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Author Wednesday – Kevin Brennan

Many thanks to Patricia Zick for this interview opportunity at Writing Whims!

P.C. Zick

typewriter Welcome to Author Wednesday! One year of posts introducing authors and their work to the followers of this blog has been a most pleasant journey. Today I welcome Keven Brennan, the author of several works of literary fiction. In his latest work, Yesterday Road, a “coming-of-old-age” tale, Jack Peckham finds himself on a journey into his distant past, helped along the way by Joe Easterday, a young man with Down syndrome, and Ida Pevely, a middle-aged waitress with her own mountain of regrets. According to Kevin, “We all tow our histories behind us as we make our way down Yesterday Road.”Small cover

Welcome to Author Wednesday, Kevin. I’m so glad you dropped by today to tell us a bit about Yesterday Road. What’s your pitch for this book book?
Jack Peckham is trying to find his way home. Home’s a tough nut to crack.

If Jack is the protagonist, who or…

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2 comments on “Author Wednesday – Kevin Brennan

  1. 1WriteWay
    March 27, 2014

    Excellent interview, Kevin! I learn a little more about you with each interview. Pretty soon, I may know you better than you know yourself … geez, that sounds creepy … 😉

    • Kevin Brennan
      March 27, 2014

      That is a little disturbing!

      It’s hard to be interesting and different in each interview. Tempting to cut and paste previous ones!

      Thanks for reading it, Marie. U da bomb!

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