Let me just say, my local newspaper rocks.
From the August 5 issue:
…and from the same issue:
I can’t tell you how lucky I am to live in an area with such a great newspaper as The Bay Times. They always go to bat for local authors, and they’ve always been a joy to work with. Because they’re owned by the same folks who run The Star Democrat and The Record Observer, articles about me and my work often appear in those papers, too.
It seems like every week, I read another article about how the newspaper industry is swirling the drain. If anything is going to save it, it’s small, good-quality papers like The Bay Times and its affiliates. Hats off to them!
Kenton Kilgore is forging a new direction in young adult science-fiction and fantasy. He is the author of Dragontamer’s Daughters, based on Navajo culture and belief. Kenton also wrote 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. With Patrick Eibel, he created Our Wild Place, a children’s book about the joy to be found in exploring Nature.
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