Author name: Bruce W. Bishop
Book to feature: Uncommon Sons
News to share: Bruce has released the interlinked novel to his successful debut late in 2020 with Unconventional Daughters. The new book, Uncommon Sons, re-introduces the characters of Marc and Eva in 1935-36 as they are confronted with two mysterious deaths at the hotel where Marc works as a manager. Uncommon Sons is a page-turning tale of sexual identity, systemic racism, familial obligations, workplace pressures, and the bonds of love and friendship prior to World War II. It’s the perfect late summer ‘beach read’ that further explores what happens when adults are not what and who they are expected to be.
The book can be purchased through Amazon or Rakuten Kobo.
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16 thoughts on “Book Club Mom’s Author Update: News from Bruce W. Bishop”
It is amazing how popular WW2 is for settings for books, Barbara. I was saying this exact thing to my son last night. This looks like an interesting book.
I don’t think people can get enough of that subgenre of historical fiction – you are right! Thanks for stopping by.
Hi Roberta – Thanks for your comment. The novel takes place in 1935-36 when the rumblings of war were starting in North America, and when some political figures were copying Hitler’s rhetoric. It had to have been a very unsettling decade, along with the Great Depression happening at the same time.
Thank you for this additional information. This certainly is a book that interests me.
This book sounds like a page-turner. Congratulations to Bruce. Thanks for sharing, Barbara.
Hi Jill – I like the cover, too! Thanks for the visit 🙂
Glad you like the cover. It was designed by Lynn Andreozzi in New York who is a former art director for one of the ‘big 5’ publishing companies.
Thank you, Jill. I’m getting a great reception from the book, especially from those who first met two of the characters in my debut novel, ‘Unconventional Daughters’.
Thanks for the update, Barbara. And best wishes to Bruce and the new book–great cover, I agree!
Thank you, Marian! Barbara does a great service for authors with her blog and the subsequent updates that are posted!
Both books sound interesting!
Great review (once again)! 😀
Thank you for introducing Bruce to us.
Hi Donna – thanks for stopping by to meet Bruce!
Thanks for introducing us to Bruce, Barbara, and both of his books sound interesting. I’ll add them to my list. Great review, too. Also, I emailed you a couple of days ago regarding my new book. I should be ready to promote it by the end of this week or on the weekend. So, I look forward to hearing back from you. 💞
Hi Lauren – thank you for stopping by to read about Bruce. Yes, I received your email and replied – whenever you are ready, I will be too!
You’re welcome, Barbara, and thank you so much! I’ll check email! 💞
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