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I’m often asked about the inspiration for my dark novel Clemenceau’s Daughters. It all boils down to a creepy photo I found in an old family album. Nothing will raise the hair on your arm like flipping through pictures from the early 1900s and coming face to face with your daughter.
Readers’ Favorite announced that “Clemenceau’s Daughters” by Rocky Porch Moore won the Honorable Mention in the Fiction – General category. The contest featured thousands of contestants from over a dozen countries, ranging from new independent authors to NYT best-sellers and celebrities.
How often is it that an artist is commissioned to paint death on a faceless doll? Your friendly neighborhood horror novelist needed a little creep factor straight out of the pages of Clemenceau’s Daughters.
As any good Southern girl knows, if Walmart doesn’t have it you don’t really need it. My book’s at Walmart, y’all! Clemenceau’s Daughters has arrived!
Dusty Cole, a local realtor and former student, visits Moore’s Creek Farm to talk books and bulls.