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J. Frank Dunkin

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J. Frank Dunkin grew up in Marion, Alabama during the heyday of The Grand Ole Opry, the birth of Rock and Roll and the height of the Civil Rights Movement. He recalled that in those days, local businesses were closed on Wednesday afternoons, and the friends he made in first grade stood beside him in caps and gowns twelve years later.

For him, the fifties and early sixties were a magical time when days were golden, nights were sweet, and ‘picture shows’ offered escape to the Wild West or romantic South Pacific. At an early age, sitting in the local theatre, wide-eyed with wonder and surrounded by the fragrance of fresh popped corn, the author’s love for story telling took root.

After graduating from Auburn University with a degree in Fine Arts
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“Whether a man favors crepes and classical or cornbread and country, the complexities of life are all the same.

-The Rabbi-”
J. Frank Dunkin, Bones of My Brother

“My most important piece of advice to all you would-be writers: When you write, try to leave out all the parts readers skip.”
Elmore Leonard, Elmore Leonard's 10 Rules of Writing

“Whether a man favors crepes and classical or cornbread and country, the complexities of life are all the same.

-The Rabbi-”
J. Frank Dunkin, Bones of My Brother

“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.”
Dr. Seuss




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