(Internet radio, that is.)

popculturezoo books review pagePopCultureZoo.com, made up of “a plucky group of writers who earnestly want to help spread proper entertainment news” (read the rest of their appropriately plucky bio here), posted its review of Homefront yesterday.

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Snippets:

In every aspect, from style to subject matter, this book feels refreshingly honest and new while also feeling strangely familiar. I say that because there are times where you are certain how things are going to play out, but Tsetsi chooses a slightly unexpected direction…

…On a personal note, this is an extremely difficult book to properly review. It is an intimate and personal look into a soul bared raw for us all to see and it’s sometimes difficult to not feel like an unwelcome voyeur, especially when you find yourself quick to want to judge. I don’t think anything I can say will really do the book justice… make this the next book you read.

Read the full review at PopCultureZoo.com.

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And at noon (CST) today, I’ll be discussing Homefront with Beth Wilson on her blog talk radio show (archived podcast at “Navy Homefront Talk“).

Wilson is the founder of “Homefront in Focus” and a syndicated columnist who has appeared on Fox News and was recently featured in the Washington Times as the “first spouse embedded on a mission with the armed forces.” She said yesterday that she wants me to discuss – among other characters in Homefront – my favorite character. I’m still not sure who it’s going to be; it’s a tie between two characters, and for two very different reasons. I’ll be interested to know who I pick when the time comes. Coolest thing: she’s using Homefront to introduce her book club. It’s their first official book club selection!

I’m looking forward to the show – I hope you’re able to listen in.

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About Kris Tsetsi

Kristen J. Tsetsi is the author of the novels "Pretty Much True..." and "The Year of Dan Palace" and the short fiction collection "20 Short Stories," all published under the name Chris Jane. Website: http://kristenjtsetsi.com

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