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Re: Guest Blog by Author DANIEL PALMER

To Daniel, Thriller is the word.  I must look for your book.  Also, sounds like you and your author dad might be another Dumas father and son team.  Or since this is Super Bowl Sunday, another literary Archie and Peyton Manning.  Okay that's milking the analogy, but you know what I mean.  Best of luck with your new release.  Jean Harrington

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JeanHarrington wrote:

To Daniel, Thriller is the word.  I must look for your book.  Also, sounds like you and your author dad might be another Dumas father and son team.  Or since this is Super Bowl Sunday, another literary Archie and Peyton Manning.  Okay that's milking the analogy, but you know what I mean.  Best of luck with your new release.  Jean Harrington


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I like that analogy - very clever!

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Even more apropos, my brother, Matthew Palmer, is also writing a novel and has representation from the same literary agent as my father and I. So we really could become the literary equivalent of the Manning family!

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Daniel_Palmer wrote:

Even more apropos, my brother, Matthew Palmer, is also writing a novel and has representation from the same literary agent as my father and I. So we really could become the literary equivalent of the Manning family!


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