Kickass, the doorstop dog, reports that the keeper and Phyllis will begin their campaign to sell Bill’s novel—Margaret’s War, with a reading tonight—6 p. at the Waunakee Library. It will be the first of a spring-summer-fall series around the state with emphasis on the 38 communities where German POW camps were located seasonally in 1944 and ’45. The keeper claims his version of circumstances involving the prisoners is historically accurate and the story he tells is damn exciting. He says he gets to say that because Dennis McCann told him there is no room for modesty in selling books.
(See billstokesauthor.com for more Kickass and news of Margaret’s War.)