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Midwest Book Review

Midwest Book Review has been reviewing books for 35 years.  Here is their review of To Kill the Other: To Kill the Other Danuta Hinc Tate Publishing 127 E. Trade Center Terrace, Mustang, OK 73064 9781617390197, $18.99, www.tatepublishing.com No one is born a murderer of thousands. “To Kill the Other” takes a spin on how […]

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A question of killing: Howard County author searches for an answer by Lisa Kawata Howard Magazine hit a record for social media activity with this article.  You can find the link: here.        

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Tomorrow, February 7th is my first public book reading and signing at the Columbia Art Center (at 7:30PM).  Here is the link. For those of you who want to attend, the address is in the link (bottom of the page). Here is the first review of To Kill the Other by C Wallace Walker. I […]

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Taher is the main character of my novel about 9/11. Since his birth was unexpected, it came to be considered miraculous. Taher himself was proclaimed to be exceptional, a gift of God, on the day he was born. Later on, his unusual sensitivities, his remarkable imagination, and his dedication to the studies of the Holy Quran not only ensured him a privileged position as the family’s […]

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A friend of mine recently sent me an interesting article about book jackets. The article reminded me of the power of an image and the role it plays in my own life. As I was reading the article many book covers came to my mind. This is true — I remember books by their covers. I […]

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