“lost dogs” in the kent island bay times

My local newspaper, The Kent Island Bay Times, interviewed me a few weeks ago about my modern-day sci-fi novel Lost Dogs, and they ran it today:

 

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My only quibbles with the article are 1) that the third-to-last paragraph could be interpreted that I will be donating half of all proceeds to the Animal Resource Foundation, which, unfortunately, is not true (the donation was for books sold at the October 18 ARF Hot Dog Grill); 2) that the softcover price is actually $11.99, not $10.99; 3) Dragontamer’s Daughters was published in 2012, not 2013.

 

Overall, though, it was a very good article, and I’m extremely pleased to once again have my books be in the Bay Times.  A reminder for you Kent Islanders that I will be signing copies of Lost Dogs during the KI Fall Festival this Saturday, October 25, at Camp Wright.

 

 

 

Kenton Kilgore is the author of LOST DOGS, the story of a German Shepherd and a Beagle-mix who survive the end of the human world, only to find that their struggles have just begun. Kenton also wrote DRAGONTAMER’S DAUGHTERS, a two-part young adult fantasy novel based on Navajo culture and belief.
 
 
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