Posts Tagged: All the Time in Our World

Help! Readers, Help!!

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This is going to sound crazy, coming from the author, but can any of you remember what the names of Edward’s brothers are in “All the Time in Our World”? I am not only drawing a blank, I can’t find their names in the manuscript! If you can find their names, please email me (garisonfitch@gmail.com)… Read more »

Excerpt from “Some of the Time” (coming soon!)

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Chapter Two “Abilene Native Wins Olympic Gold!” the headline proclaimed above a full-page photograph of Marianne Garrett standing on a platform with a giant United States flag hanging behind her and a gold medal hanging around her neck. On the inside there was a complete pull-out section which told everything about Marianne that a person… Read more »

September White Sale

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This September, I’m putting all my full-length novels available on Kindle on sale. As you may have guessed, I have no clue what I’m doing as far as marketing my books, so this is an experiment. The price I orginally marked my books at was about half the paperback price for the Garison Fitch books… Read more »

Overstreet

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A reader recently pointed out that some Overstreets appear in “The Nice Guy” and wondered what that meant in the larger context of my writing. While I decide whether to answer that question , let me give a brief explanation of who the Overstreets are and why two elderly people in an RV park would… Read more »

An Unrealized Character

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Several years ago, a friend and I came up with a comic book story. Mike was going to draw the comic book and I was going to write it. The story was going to follow a guardian angel. One night, the angel had kept his charge from being in a car wreck. But that wasn’t… Read more »

Check, Mate!

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I got a check in the mail last Tuesday because between August 1, 2009 and January 31, 2010 I sold 12 paperback copies of my novels. I know that doesn’t sound like much, but considering I still don’t know who is buying them, and the total of my marketing “effort” has been word-of-mouth and this… Read more »