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Secrets of the City

Well, my dear reader, tonight is my first official reading.  If you’re interested in hearing me pontificate about Eve (okay, not so much) and answer questions and sign your lovely books, I’m reading at Magers & Quinn in Uptown at 7:30. Let’s see, shall I read about Eve waking in the Garden for the first […]

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Reviews and Dorothy Day

Two more lovely reviews of Eve from the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the Historical Novels Review.  You can read portions of them on the Media page. Well, for a long time now I’ve wanted to read Dorothy Day’s autobiography The Long Loneliness, because I’ve read other books about her, written by other people, and I […]

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Novelist as God & Clever Learning Ideas

This week’s Speaking of Faith broadcast “Novelist as God” piqued my interest, for in the outlining and writing of Eve, I was playing God.  I had to ponder questions like: Was the Garden a perfect place?  Did Adam and Eve have sex in the Garden?  Did Adam and Eve have children in the Garden?  Were […]

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Requests for Actual Biblical Account of Eve

One question that keeps popping up, from people who’ve already read Eve, is: Which parts are truth, and which parts are fiction? Needless to say, I’m not expecting you, my dear readers, to know the original account of Adam and Eve and their children.  In fact, it may only confuse you.  But for those interested […]

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Publication Day!

Yay!  Today, Eve can be found anywhere books are sold.  Wow.  I almost want to go see it in on the bookshelves, but it’d be a bit desperate to show up at where I’ll be reading in a week, murmuring, “Oh, yes, I look exactly like that woman in the window!  What a coincidence!”  The […]

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