Kaye ~ Sorry , I was not finished, but would you rather me try to get your new book in to read. I don't care about rules. You are a great writer and I just thought i could not get your other book reviews in as many places as i wanted. I really liked that book. It was Flannery, Eudora, Gilchrest, more, but best as you. I read it so fast . I still go back sometimes and read some of my favorite stories.Please Write ? Daw
Kaye Park Hinckley
Dawn, thank you! It's great to hear from you again. I'll answer your questions together. 'Mary's Mountain' was something I simply felt I had to write as somewhat of a protest against the current misguidance by a certain segment of people who want to completely ignore some of the deepest truths about being human, and then fool the public about those truths. In "Mary's Mountain," Paul Dunaway, a college student and gifted writer, throws off his once heart-felt convictions for immediate personal gratification, allowing himself to be seduced by a woman of the intelligentsia who uses his talents to push a fake "tolerance," in order to change the cultural make-up of America.
Also, I'm so glad you liked "Birds of a Feather." And yes, it needs more exposure, though it was published with a few much appreciated blurbs by several on the Southern Trail.
As to another book coming out--I'm working on one now.