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Tom Mach wrote three successful historical novels, Sissy!, All Parts Together, and Angels at Sunset (his most recent work). In 2011 Sissy! and All Parts Together were listed by the Kansas State Library as worthy to be included among the 150 best Kansas books (which would include authors such as Truman Capote and Laura Ingalls Wilder). Sissy! won the J. Donald Coffin Memorial Book Award while All Parts Together was a Best Books Award Finalist. Angels at Sunset received 5-star reviews and was also a Finalist for the International Book Award. On March, 2012, the state of Kansas issued a proclamation honoring Mr. Mach for his help in recognizing the 100th anniversary of the 1912 passage of Kansas Suffrage by proclaiming 2012 in honor of his boo ...more

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Angels at Sunset

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Sissy!: Book One of the Jes...

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All Parts Together: Book Tw...

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So Runs the Water: life's j...

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A Belt Buckle for Camilla

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Persistence, Then Peace: on...

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Stories to Enjoy

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An Angel For Father

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What Title Should You Use For Your Book?

This is a difficult question to answer because it’s a combination of a personal emotion for the author as well as something that will capture the reader’s imagination. For a nonfiction book (especially a how-to) it’s easy enough to come up with something that will attract a reader in a particular niche. If you want to teach others how to build your own house, titles such as “How to Build Your Drea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 08, 2013 09:22 Tags: all-parts-together, angels-at-sunset, book, book-title, sissy, stepehn-king, tom-mach
Angels at Sunset (Literature & Fiction)
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Beth Hi Tom,
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Tom Mach "Life is like a jigsaw puzzle being taken apart. Pieces of the past disappear as the final picture continues to get smaller."
--from "Angels at Sunset" by Tom Mach


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