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Christian Brothers High School

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Christian Brothers High School

4315 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Sacramento, California,95820

United States

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Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, Tennessee is an Independent, Catholic college-preparatory high school for boys in ninth through twelfth grade, in the tradition of the De La Salle Christian Brothers. Use the links below to explore and learn more ab... more.

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Novel Novice | open a book, open your mind

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Cover Reveal Contest: How to Be Manly by Maureen O'Leary Wanket
Maureen O'Leary Wanket is a writer and teacher living in Sacramento, California with her husband and two daughters. In a series of cover-reveal posts, author Maureen O'Leary Wanket talks about the importance of each of these things to Matt's story. Maureen O'Leary Wanket on football in How to Be Manly:


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Cover Reveal Contest: How to Be Manly by Maureen O'Leary Wanket
Maureen O'Leary Wanket is a writer and teacher living in Sacramento, California with her husband and two daughters. In a series of cover-reveal posts, author Maureen O'Leary Wanket talks about the importance of each of these things to Matt's story. Maureen O'Leary Wanket on football in How to Be Manly: In How to Be Manly, fifteen-year-old Matty loves his grandma's cakes and playing video games. In an effort to get a certain girl to like him, he makes an impulsive decision to join his high school football team.


novelnovice.com

Cover Reveal Contest: How to Be Manly by Maureen O'Leary Wanket
Maureen O'Leary Wanket is a writer and teacher living in Sacramento, California with her husband and two daughters. In a series of cover-reveal posts, author Maureen O'Leary Wanket talks about the importance of each of these things to Matt's story. Maureen O'Leary Wanket on football in How to Be Manly: In How to Be Manly, fifteen-year-old Matty loves his grandma's cakes and playing video games. In an effort to get a certain girl to like him, he makes an impulsive decision to join his high school football team. One response to " Cover Reveal Contest: How to Be Manly by Maureen O'Leary Wanket"


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Maureen O'Leary Wanket is a teacher and writer living in Sacramento with her husband and two daughters. Her fiction also appears in Issue 11 of Esopus magazine.


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"When I read the first pages, I put them down and I called my mom and said, 'This is it,' " recalled Maureen Wanket, a member of the writing group who is close to Diffenbaugh.
Wanket remembers going on a writing retreat with Diffenbaugh. "We would type and type and type and write and write and write all day," Wanket said. She was with Diffenbaugh when she wrote the climactic scene in which Victoria, still a child, seems to break, irreparably, the only family bond she has ever known. "Painful," Wanket said. "Holy moly."


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