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Coyote Loop Wins Honorable Mention

December 7, 2021

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Coyote Loop (Adelaide Books, 2021) has won Honorable Mention as the 2021 Book of the Year (Traditional Fiction) from the Chicago Writers Association.

An Interview on Charlotte Readers Podcast

October 15, 2021

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Really enjoyed talking with host Landis Wade on the Charlotte Readers Podcast: We talk about the significance of coyotes, loops, rock ‘n roll love songs, and how I still write all my first drafts long-hand, ’cause I’m crazy like that.

Coyote Loop Reviewed by Readers’ Favorite

August 18, 2021

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Coyote Loop was favorably reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers’ Favorite: “Coyote Loop is deft and balanced, written in prose that is fluid and replete with mesmerizing descriptions…. Themes of love, family, relationships, parenting, and authenticity are elaborately written. L.C. Fiore’s engaging humor flows naturally throughout the exciting ride with John Ganzi.” For the full […]

Coyote Loop Reviewed in Midwest Book Review

August 6, 2021

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Coyote Loop (Adelaide Books, 2021) was favorably reviewed by Diane Donovan in Midwest Book Review. “The first strength to note about this astute and compelling story is its ability to draw readers into the bullring of stock trading and operations, a highly charged atmosphere that is purposeful, passionate, and rife with struggle and change.”—Midwest Book […]

Coyote Loop Reviewed in Windy City Reviews

June 24, 2021

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Coyote Loop (Adelaide Books, 2021) was favorably reviewed in Windy City Reviews. “An exquisitely written tale about relationships that evolves into a special sort of love story,” says reviewer Dennis Hetzel. “L.C. Fiore’s new novel belongs on your must-read list.” Read the full review here.

Coyote Loop Reviewed in Southern Literary Review

June 16, 2021

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Coyote Loop (Adelaide Books, 2021) was favorably reviewed as the “June Read of the Month” in Southern Literary Review.  “This novel stands out not only for creating an unforgettable, all-too-human protagonist in John Andrew Ganzi,” says reviewer Donna Meredith, “but also for taking us inside the fascinating, exotic world of options traders.” Read the full review here.

“Magic” Reviewed in Historical Novel Society

February 19, 2021

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I missed this review of The Last Great American Magic when it came out in 2017, but I’m so humbled by it, I thought it worth sharing. Many thanks to Steve Donoghue for this thoughtful reading. Check it out here. “Fiore’s many action scenes are gripping, but the real strength of the book is its […]

“Magic” Wins Gold

September 19, 2017

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The Last Great American Magic has won Gold in the “Tall Tale” category of the 2017 Readers’ Favorite Book Awards: L.C. Fiore is a master craftsman when it comes to characters and plot. Fast-paced and intriguing, the plot has many “Aha!” moments. The story begins with action and the evocation of powerful and interesting images: […]

Quoted in IBPA Article

July 31, 2017

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I was quoted at length in the article “The Cream of the Crop” on the Independent Book Publishers Association website. The product matters. The presentation of your submission package matters. Most importantly, comport yourself professionally, from the cover letter, to the supporting materials, to the book itself. Pay attention to details, be courteous, and remember […]

“Magic” Takes Silver at IBPA

April 14, 2017

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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!