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Thomas Hill

Thomas Hill

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Thomas Hill is the author of "Warrior's Song," which won a Readers' Favorite award for fiction in 2011, and founder of Lampas Books, a full-service publishing services company.

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Thomas Hill has spent the majority of his fifteen-year career working as an editor for traditional publishing houses. After winning an award from Readers' Favorite for his first novel in 2011 (which took third place in the paranormal category), he began teaming up with authors who were looking for fresh approaches to novel and nonfiction writing. He began his career at the University of Virginia Press and worked with Rowman & Littlefield and other academic publishers. He also currently works for an arts and culture magazine in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Mamour Dieng

Mamour Dieng

Florida, United States

Mamour Dieng an American citizen was raised in a large West African (Senegal) family in which storytelling was a time honored tradition and part of the family’s daily routine.

Dieng studied Criminal Justice in Senegal, Paralegal at CUNY and Business Administration at Walden University. He has worked as traffic manager for Liqui-Mark (Long Island, NY), in desktop support at General Electric (Fort. Myers, FL), and as Director of Customer Service at Hertz in Fort Myers FL.

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Success! Kundul the Younger, a Novel has already sold 26 pre-orders , was pitched to 3 publishers , and will be published by Lampas Books .

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Level 3 donors have their choice in levels of participation in future novels in the Kundul series. The Level 3 donor may choose to have himself/herself memorialized as a character in upcoming Kundul series novels, or provide editorial support and guidance in creating new spin-offs of the Kundul series.

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Update #2 - The timing couldn't be better June 24, 2020

Gorée Island (above), off the coast of Senegal, was recently renamed the Place of Liberty and Human Dignity by the Senegalese Government. Gorée was a major staging area for the transatlantic slave trade.



So far we have three publishers interested in Kundul the Younger

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Thomas Hill

Mamour Dieng