by J.B. Hogan
|Losing Cotton is a story about transitions—young people in a young nation on the threshold of change. Nestled quietly in the desert, the small southern California farm town of Cotton has until now only heard the rumblings of change from a distance. The events of 1963, however, will forcefully drag America into a bold new epoch—and Cotton right along with it. (310 pages, Liffey Press, 2015)|
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Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63373-091-5
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|J. B. Hogan is a prolific and award-winning author. He has published over 250 stories and poems.
His book of fiction, The Apostate and his local baseball history book Angels in the Ozarks are available from Pen-L Publishing and Amazon.com.
His books Living Behind Time, Losing Cotton, The Rubicon, Fallen, and Tin Hollow are available from Oghma Creative Media and Amazon.com.