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I've finished my Arkansas coming of age novel (unedited draft) and while searching for a publisher--which could take another century--I posted it on Amazon where if any of y'all want to "Look Inside" at the beginning, you can for free.

The locations are authentic, but even though these characters talk like the guys I played with--as nearly accurate as I could make them--they are all fictional with just a touch of drawn from life.

As always with fiction, some stuff may be to your liking and some not.

NOTE: the title character is NOT me except for some place references here and there. He is not the best Catholic. He tries his best to be a nice guy, even as he screws up from time to time.

The Father Tribou mentioned in the text though is--Father Tribou.

NOTE: if any of the baseball stuff is inaccurate, I blame Don Curdie because he taught me, or tried his best to teach me, everything.

Here is the link:

Take care!

Martin Wayne