“A Novel Idea,” Coweta Magazine Mar/Apr 2023
Go HERE to read the entire Coweta Magazine Edition with all the featured authors. For “A Novel Idea” article about T. M. Brown, author and founder of Hometown Novel Writers Association, Inc., go directly here. Do you want to know more about HOMETOWN NOVEL WRITERS ASSOCIATION, INC.?
T. M. Brown’s Shiloh Mystery Novels celebrating their Fifth Anniversary – Spring 2023!
You are invited to their Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the Shiloh Mystery series! While T. M. Brown and Koehler Books get ready to release his new Southern historical novel, The Last Laird of Sapelo Island (July 18, 2023), there’s a busy Spring calendar ahead. In historic downtown Newnan, GA, the inspiration behind Shiloh, three key […]
Writing Randolph Spalding’s Story Began Viewing this Video…
https://youtu.be/f8DBQdbpJrs This 10-year-old video by Mattie Gladstone spurred my interests in learning more about Randolph Spalding, which led to my current story, The Last Laird of Sapelo. My wife and I toured the property with permission from Mattie Gladstone’s surviving son and daughter, who still live there. With a little imagination, one can visualize the […]
What’s the Story Behind The Last Laird of Sapelo?
“My fourth novel, The Last Laird of Sapelo, is a historical fiction story revealing how our past legacy inescapably shapes who we are today. The characters in the story, both fictional and actual, play out their drama in this novel about McIntosh County’s storied Georgia coastal region which to this day remains cursed by its […]
Merry Christmas from Shiloh
It has been five years since Theo and Liddy arrived in Shiloh and experienced their first Christmas in Shiloh. To celebrate the anniversary they want you to enjoy their first story for free on KINDLE—that’s right FREE! For the next five days Sanctuary, A Legacy of Memories will be available to download for FREE (December […]
Pondering of the Past: Harper Lee, A Southern Literary Legacy
Harper Lee’s hometown of Monroeville, Alabama provided her with ample opportunities to portray the irrationality of adult attitudes in the racist culture that permeated the South.