by Wally Wiggins
Wally Wiggins has a way with dialogue; its charm is infectious and makes Willow Run a delightfully readable work.
Irene Franck, author of The Silk Road and Women's World
...an engaging, diverse and thoroughly entertaining book.
David Brownstone, author of Island of Hope, Island of Tears
"I'm a story-teller, not a true writer," the engagingly modest character-- a small-town lawyer who is the narrator of Willow Run-- confesses. Wally Wiggins, a lawyer himself, as well as the actual author, has not only put together an entertaining series of stories by his imagined narrator, but in the thread connecting them has managed to do what only true writers can do: tell yet another story, that of the narrator himself, which turns the series into a novel. Willow Run is proof enough that all true writers are story-tellers at heart.
James McConkey, author of Court of Memory and
A totally engaging mix of short stories that harken back to an earlier time. Wiggins captures perfectly the essence of small-town America.
Robert Lieberman, author of Baby and Paradise Rezoned
Wally Wiggins is an American Balzac. Couldn't put it down. Fascinating read.
E. Jean Carroll, columnist for Elle, Sports Illustrated,
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