The Last Great American Magic has won Silver in the category of Historical Fiction at the 29th annual IBPA Ben Franklin Awards. Kudos to the winner, M.L. Becker, whose novel about a Civl War nurse, Iron O’Brian, took Gold. Congrats to all the finalists!
I had a blast being interviwed by Michele Tracy Berger on her blog, “The Practice of Creativity.” We chatted about what books I’m reading now, what it took to research my new novel, The Last Great American Magic, and whether the things I write are “risky.” The character who kept threatening to steal every scene […]
My new novel, The Last Great American Magic, has been named Novel of the Year by Underground Book Reviews! Chosen from 700 submissions, The Last Great American Magic was up against many, many worthy titles. It’s quite an honor, and I’m humbled…and elated. From the announcement: THE LAST GREAT AMERICAN MAGIC by L.C. Fiore is more than […]
It’s quite an honor for Booklife, which covers indy publishing for Publisher’s Weekly, to have chosen to review my latest novel, The Last Great American Magic: “Tecumseh’s Shawnee descendants may well tell his story differently but this works adequately as a piece of fiction.” If there’s no such thing as bad press, I’ll certainly take […]
My new novel, The Last Great American Magic, was named one of the Top 10 “Most Fantastical Local Books of 2016” by Indy Week: The Durham author weaves magic, myth, and history to retell the story of the Shawnee warrior Tecumseh, struggling to preserve his tribe’s way of life against encroaching Europeans at the end […]
Underground Book Reviews has given my new novel, The Last Great American Magic, a Five-Star Review, which makes the book a Top Pick, eligible for The Novel of the Year Award. “Any agent or publishing house that passed this one up made a big mistake….The Last Great American Magic is a worthy read and holds […]
I have a new essay in The Good Men Project, “Death: A Father’s Lesson about Being a Warrior.” It’s always nice to land a publication in something I read weekly anyway! “Because ignoring the death of a child doesn’t mean the child hasn’t died.”