Author Interview – About a Book, W. H. Matlock

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W.H. Matlock

“Grandpa Explains the Snow.”

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Description

It’s snowing! Grandpa remembers what it was like when he was a child.  His grandkids want to hear all about fun in the snow when Grandpa was their age.

Grandpa Explains the Snow presents a beautifully rendered look at what life was like in a 1950s neighborhood.  The book has been designed to present all of the warmth and good feelings of discovery that surround childhood, no matter what time period.  You’ll want to gather your family around this book to explore the wonders of the snow.

Illustrated by Elizabeth Daugherty


 

Where did the idea for the story come from?

Winter, when it snows, could very well be the most fun season, says W. H. Matlock.

Please summarize your book in 10 words.

You just need a little snow and a fun grandpa!

 

Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.

“Go outside when it snows. The winter is full of wonder for children and their grandpas.

 

Where are you based?

In the San Francisco Bay Area

 

Which social media platform would you like us to send your readers to for you?

Facebook: W.H. Matlack – Author

 

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W.H. Matlack is a prolific author whose writing encompasses a broad range of subjects from love stories to hard-bitten, noir-style mysteries and even supernatural stories that range in style from humor to suspense.

Matlack also produces children’s picture books and an extensive line of graphic stories.

Published by Kazzmoss

Karen loves fiction, reading and especially writing short stories and novels. She is also an avid blogger and book reviewer. Living on the beautiful Isle Anglesey, off the North Wales coast, Karen draws inspiration from the world around her.

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