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Town Father is great book club material — and it’s on sale for 99 cents!

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Pick me! Pick me!

Starting today and running through Friday, Town Father is on sale at Amazon for 99 cents. I finally landed an EReader News Today slot!

And this gives me the opportunity to suggest that Town Father would make an excellent choice for book clubs. Don’t just take it from me. Author Carrie Rubin (Eating Bull) introduced the book to her club, which just wrapped up their discussion last week.

Carrie had asked if I might want to prepare a few discussion questions for the group to dig into, which I was delighted to do. I might have gone a little overboard with fifteen questions, but consider them a pick n’ choose menu. You can download a pdf here. (Caution: includes spoilers!)

If you’re in a book club and you’re looking for unique historical fiction about a Gold Country village made up of three hundred women and one (un)fortunate man, why not run Town Father up the flagpole?

You can’t go wrong at 99 cents. 

3 comments on “Town Father is great book club material — and it’s on sale for 99 cents!

  1. pinklightsabre
    September 21, 2016

    Hey, congrats on nailing that slot Kevin. Right on!

    • Kevin Brennan
      September 21, 2016

      Thanks, Bill. Crossing my fingers for some good numbers mañana …

  2. 1WriteWay
    September 21, 2016

    Reblogged this on 1WriteWay and commented:
    Dear Reader, do you belong to a book club? Well, here’s a sale for you and your fellow bookies (or book lovers, whatever): Kevin Brennan’s Town Father for 99 cents but only through Friday so HURRY! And check out Kevin’s post: he has questions that you can use to guide your book club’s discussion!

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