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My PHOTO Wnovel Windmill received a positive review Wednesday on Amazon.com. The novel tells the story of Carl Steinar and his sons, Peter and Lyle, who for 15 years have maintained a tenuous balance keeping together their family and farm…but when Abbie Blaire, the new reporter in town, comes to write a story about them, a monkey wrench is thrown into their perfect machine: She is the spitting image of the wife and mother the Steinar men lost years ago. Of the book, reviewer Lasher Lane wrote, “Mr. Bignell taps all the senses. His description of the landscape's harsh beauty is almost spiritual, as well as his depiction of the windmill’s watchful eye, its constant rotating force giving the Steinar men both consolation and purpose.” Lane is a fiction writer whose first novel is set to be published this spring. Windmill is available in paperback or on Kindle.

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