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Parris Afton Bonds discusses her latest work

We’re delighted to share this fabulous interview with Parris Afton Bonds about how her all-new series, The Texicans, came to be! Book 1, The Brigands, is available now wherever books are sold! It’s a great stocking stuffer!

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