Ok, at some point in the not-distant-future-at-all, I am aware my fan girl fawning over Wiley Cash and his beautiful book, A Land More Kind Than Home, will get old. But please, gentle LLF readers, humor me just one more time. I mean, once you read these tweets from his EarlyWord chat, it will be apparent why we enjoy his book so much. His eloquence in 140 characters of abbreviated text is to be admired!
Wiley’s description of his book: The novel tells the story of the bond between two young brothers and the evil they face in a small town in the mountains of N.C.
On the title: The title hints at something beyond the present that awaits us, some kind of place that is more suited to who we are or want to be
On Children's perceptions: Kids do know and intuit a lot of things we don't understand. Only diff is kids don't know how to respond to knowledge like that
The thrill of seeing your book in a library: Mom sent me a text pic of my book in the library in Oak Island NC. Seeing it all wrapped up in the library with a call number: that's real
Ok, I'm done. Thank you for indulging me!
Have a very happy weekend!