Monte Dutton, author of CRAZY OF NATURAL CAUSES and FORGIVE US OUR TRESPASSES, very kindly shared his thoughts on GRAVE OF HUMMINGBIRDS. Thank you, Monte!
Being in an informal community of writers — the ranks of the Amazon KindleScout winners are growing exponentially as more and more of the program’s novels are released — has led me down disparate paths.
Jennifer Skutelsky led me up into the Andes in her Grave of Hummingbirds. As such, I felt a certain kinship with Finn Lawson, an impulsive 18-year-old, and his mother, Sophie, whom Finn drags up into a remote town, Colibri, so that he can witness a festival he finds repulsive.
Not that I wish I were there.
In the past six months, I have read many of my colleagues’ works. Many of them have read Crazy of Natural Causes, my third novel but first through Kindle Publishing. My fourth, Forgive Us Our Trespasses, will be out … soon. I’m going through edits and will keep you abreast of the release…
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