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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.

Featured on The Practice of Creativity

April 3, 2017

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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 […]

“Magic” in Publisher’s Weekly

January 20, 2017

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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 […]

“Magic” on Ten Best List

January 2, 2017

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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 […]

5-Star Review for Last Great American Magic

December 16, 2016

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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 […]

New Review for The Last Great American Magic

August 11, 2016

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Donna Meredith of the Southern Literary Review posted a fantastic review of my new novel, The Last Great American Magic, today. “With thundering force, all the touchstones of a good story roll together in The Last Great American Magic. Three brothers with wildly different personalities create conflict. Forbidden romance and vicious battles add the spice […]

New Profile in Continuum

May 2, 2014

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Leanne Star profiled me in Continuum magazine in 2005, back when I was a struggling graduate student at Northwestern. So it was really fun to talk to her again this spring for a follow-up profile in Continuum, now that I’m….something other than a struggling graduate student. Just like she did nine years ago, she makes […]