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Marc Kuhn

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Marc Kuhn is a former journalist and radio executive whose career spanned over 40 years and included key programming and marketing positions at radio stations in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Miami-Fort Lauderdale.

Since retiring he has become an independent author and has self-published seven books: three children’s books, a historical novel for young adults, two adult mystery novels and his newest effort, a novelty book targeted to daters falling in and out of relationships.

Two of Marc’s children’s books have been honored by the Literary Classics International Book Awards, ABOUT A FARM being selected as “Best First Chapter Book, 2013

Marc lives in South Florida with his wife, Rosemarie. Their son and daughter live nearby along with s
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THE GREAT MOVE, Continued…

 

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As discussed in my previous posting, Rosemarie and I have begun the initial phase of getting ready to pack up the house and stick the “For Sale” sign in the front lawn.  Actually I lie.  Our Home Owner’s Association prohibits any kind of signage on the front lawn.  The rules say nothing about my standing out there naked and yelling that the house is for sale.  Of course, this may...

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Since I am the author of this book, I have a little bias at play...okay, make that a lot of bias. But I will make an attempt at being as objective as I can. First, this is a fun read for middle-schoolers, especially those who enjoy the Wimpy Kid seri ...more
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“Time and place, I have concluded, no matter how brief and no matter how small, can have infinite influence on one's wellbeing.”
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“In South Philly, parallel parking is a skill learned at an early age and one that easily identifies native sons from outsiders who had no concept of how to move a car sideways and wedge it snugly between two others.”
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“Time and place, I have concluded, no matter how brief and no matter how small, can have infinite influence on one's wellbeing.”
Marc Kuhn, The Pope's Stone

“In South Philly, parallel parking is a skill learned at an early age and one that easily identifies native sons from outsiders who had no concept of how to move a car sideways and wedge it snugly between two others.”
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Biena (The Library Mistress) Thank you for the confirmation. Hope I'll be able to read any of your books someday. :D


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Marc Kuhn Can you view a pdf file? If so, I can send you a e-book version


Chibivy Thanks for accepting my friend request~
I would like to read your book. Hopefully, it would be successful so you could start shipping here in the Philippines. ;)


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