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Reviews on My Year as a Clown

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Here’s what Teddy Rose said about My Year as a Clown:

Robert Steven Williams takes the reader on an emotional roller-coaster as we follow Chuck for a year.  His writing is raw and at times profound…I highly recommend My Year As a Clown!

And here’s what Joy at Joy Story said:

. . . the humor sometimes gentle and subtle, reached ROFL proportions at times . . . There were a number of eccentric characters that stay with me months later as memories that get confused with memories of someone I once knew.  Not that I’m confusing the characters with someone I ever knew but that when something triggers a vague memory of them I’m at first searching my memories of real people from my past for them before it dawns on me they were characters in a novel.  Which is high marks for the author.

Here’s a guest post I wrote for A Book Lover’s Library.




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The Great Gatsby: Westport, Connecticut, a documentary film

In 1920, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda summered in Westport. During their four month stay, The Great Gatsby was conceived, inspired by the locals, the mansions and the town.

The Great Gatsby: Westport, Connecticut tells the story of why some believe Westport was the source of much of what Fitzgerald conceived for one of America’s greatest novels.

Keir Dullea will narrate our film. Many other Westporters are making contributions and the project is for the Westport Historical Society.

We intend to talk to a variety of sources who have given much thought to this period in Fitzgerald’s life and we’ll see where it leads . . .

But at this time I would like to recognize Barbara Probst Solomon for her outstanding article on this very subject written for The New Yorker in 1996. The team is very excited about having the opportunity to interview her on film to learn more about her views on Fitzgerald’s time here. Her work provided the inspiration for all of us to want to know more.Read the rest

Virtual Book Tour Starts June 20th

Had a great review from the Gorge News Center in the Portland, Oregon area last week.


And coming up, I’ll be making the rounds at a few websites  as part of a Virtual Book Tour. Here’s the schedule:

June 20: Teddy So Many Precious Books

June 25: Melissa’s Midnight Musings:                                                 

June 26: Joy Story

June 27: Rebecca Book Lover’s Library

July 1: Brianna A Book & a Lattee

July 3: Carole Rae’s Random Ramblings


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Silver Medal Winner for Popular Fiction

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