Jonathan Grant’s Brambleman wins Benjamin Franklin Award

From the Tucker Patch: A book by author Jonathan Grant has won an award from the Independent Book Publishers Association. The 2013 Benjamin Franklin Award for popular fiction was bestowed on Brambleman at IBPA’s annual meeting in New York City on May 29. The novel is about a mob that expelled 1,000 African-Americans from Forsyth County, Georgia early last century…

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Prizewinning book recounts 1912 ethnic cleansing in Georgia, USA

Note: Brambleman recently received the Benjamin Franklin Award for popular fiction, and to celebrate this honor, Thornbriar Press has put the Kindle version on sale through June for only $6.99 — $2 off the regular price. * * * Forsyth County, Georgia is the site of one of the most infamous acts of ethnic cleansing in American history.  In late 1912, white mobs…

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A Brit likes Brambleman

Brambleman is actually selling over in the UK! The very proper Mrs. Helen Painter gives Brambleman four stars and writes: “I really enjoyed this book, it wasn’t what I thought it was going to be, so I was very pleasantly surprised! If you want a story that is long, funny, strange and weird then this is the book for you!!!”…

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Forsyth County saga wins prestigious award

News from Thornbriar Press Brambleman, Jonathan Grant’s gritty, supernaturally-tinged tale of redemption and revenge in Forsyth County, Georgia has won the Independent Book Publishers Association 2013 Gold Benjamin Franklin Award for popular fiction. The Franklins were presented at the IBPA’s annual meeting in New York City on May 29 in a prelude to Book Expo America. Brambleman tells the story…

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