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Gregory Attaway

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Gregory Attaway lives in Irving, Texas (a suburb of Dallas), which suits his literary leanings well since the city is supposedly named for Washington Irving, famed writer of Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. He has lived in and around Dallas for most of his life, having also lived briefly on both coasts. A graduate of the University of North Texas, he lives with his two dogs, Cara and Lois, and his imaginary friends.

A writer since the second grade, Gregory’s completed projects include The Glen Headwood Show – exclusively available for free to subscribers to his e-mail list. Sign up at gregoryattaway.com.

He has written three other books in The Great Ones series – Weston, Joe, and Freshmankind, and Dreams.The fifth and sixth boo
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Book V begun, Book IV free!

Happy Independence Day everyone! I hope everyone is out enjoying fresh air, maybe going to a barbecue or watching a spectacular fireworks display! (Or, let's be honest, watching season 3 of Stranger Things.) I'm not doing any of that.Today, July 4, 2019, I have officially put pen to paper on the fifth book of The Great Ones saga. Title? Yes, but we'll save that for later. Cover? Yes, but again, fo Read more of this blog post »
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