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Editor, novelist cousin speaking at Oxford library

My cousin, Oxford Public Librarytwo-time novelist David Bignell, and I will be discuss our books, writing styles, trials and tribulations of the art, and how to get started yourself on Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Oxford Public Library in Oxford, Wis. David’s novels include “Demons of the Past” and the just released “Ryder.” My books include the novel Windmill, three writing guides, nine hiking/trail guides, and a collection of poetry. The library is located at 129 S. Franklin Ave.

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