| LIVE ARMADILLOS
REVEALS THE PERSONAL SIDE OF EMINENT DOMAIN ISSUE
LIGHTHOUSE POINT, FL (July 2, 2006) Having
just released Deanne Devine's, Live
Armadillos, The Lighthouse Press, Inc.
announces that the novelist is scheduled for
personal appearances in bookstores throughout the
Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky areas.
Devine's novel, inspired by a controversial
eminent domain battle between the residents and
the City of Norwood Ohio, debuted just as the
Supreme Court was lessening restraints on
government's power to implement eminent domain.
At the time Deanne pitched the novel, the
national controversy didn't even exist,
admitted Lighthouse Press publisher, Ron Richard.
We certainly never foresaw the confiscation
of personal property merely for the increase to a
city's tax base. But even without the
unbelievable change in the law, Deanne's work
shows what this means on a very personal level.
This novel is, quite frankly, important
Live Armadillos is Devine Devine's
second novel. Readers can also sample her work in
upcoming issues of Mt. Zion Press and The
Deepening Review of Speculative Fiction, two
publications offering short literary fiction.
For more information, visit the author's website
at www.DeanneDevine.com or the publisher's
website at www.TheLighthousePress.com.
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