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  • Indigo Sea Press 2:49 pm on July 15, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Kimberley McMaugh, Noah Baird, Southpaw, town of left-handed people   

    SOUTHPAW — A Charming New Children’s Book!

    In a wacky town of only left-handed people, something is not right . . .

    Noah Baird, author of Donations to Clarity, wrote Southpaw at the request of his two children, who wanted him to write a book they could read. Kimberley McMaugh illustrated this charming new children’s book, the newest release from Second Wind Publishing.

    Excerpt from Southpaw:

    Southpaw

     
  • Indigo Sea Press 2:08 pm on July 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    donations_final-148x223Featured Author of the Day: Noah Baird

    The plan was simple: hoax Bigfoot, then sell tours to Bigfoot enthusiasts. The plan wasn’t brilliant, and neither were Harry, Earl, and Patch. The three chemical-abusing friends only wanted to avoid the 9 to 5 rat race, but their antics attract the attention of a real Bigfoot. When the misogynistic Earl is mistaken for a female Bigfoot by the nearsighted creature and captured; it is just the beginning of their problems.

    Between bong hits and water balloon fights, Harry and Patch come up with a plan to save Earl and the lovestruck Bigfoot. Where do you hide a giant, mythical creature? In an insane asylum, because who is going to listen to them?

    Click here to read the first chapter of DONATIONS TO CLARITY: http://secondwindbooks.wordpress.com/2011/07/15/donations-to-clarity-by-noah-baird/

     
  • Indigo Sea Press 2:01 pm on July 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , humor, , Noah Baird,   

    Mini Interview with Noah Baird, Author of DONATIONS TO CLARITY

    Second Wind: How much of a story do you have in mind before you start writing it?

    Noah Baird: Very little – I start with an idea and go. I read somewhere Tom Robbins purposely writes himself into a plot corner just to see if he can get himself out of it. I found the idea – that writing didn’t have to have a regimented approach, but could be a game for the writer – really attractive. So, I sat down with the idea ‘What would Bigfoot think if he saw a Bigfoot hoaxer?’, and I went from there.

     
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