Connections

Met many young fans of The Boy from Willow Bend over at the Anguilla Lit Fest. Blessings. – JCH

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…the neck bone’s connected to the back bone and the back bone’s connected to the …

with students at the Anguilla Lit Fest (photo by Barbara Arrindell) with students at the Anguilla Lit Fest (photo by Barbara Arrindell)

Figuring out how this moment connects to that is not always that easy though in the world of writing and publishing. As I prepare for my fourth day here in Anguilla – as a guest of the Anguilla Lit Fest – some connections are clear. I know the invitation to be here came through the publicist at Strebor/Atria/Simon & Schuster, publishers of my book Oh Gad!and that thanks to that I was billed here as a first time novelist – a quirk of publishing I had to explain to the audience of my first panel who were like wait our kids have been reading your earlier book The Boy from Willow Bend for a while. And it’s Willow Bend, marketed when first published…

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