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A One Woman Man

A One Woman Man by Travis Hunter
Mar 01, 2005 | 272 Pages
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“For the past three years I’ve hosted Travis’s first event to kick off his book tour and bring together more than 100 readers to hear Travis talk about his latest novel. What can I say about Travis? He’s charming, funny and makes everyone in that room feel important. He is also a favorite author at our annual African American Book Club Summit, a weeklong cruise during which book clubs and readers meet their favorite authors and discuss books. Any book club would be fortunate to read a Travis Hunter novel (I can’t pick a favorite!) and meet him.” — Mary J. Jones,, Houston, TX

“We had the honor and pleasure to host [Travis Hunter’s] signing at Zhara’s when he visited L.A. this past summer and we are still talking about how charismatic and down to earth he was. We’ve hosted other authors, some with larger names and more books sales, but I can truly say no one compared to Travis.” –Gayle Boise, California Dreamers, Los Angeles, CA

"Travis writes the stuff that men want to read. He participated in our book club discussion over the phone and it was one of the liveliest we’ve had in a while. We’ve read all of Travis’s books and they mirror our lives –our ups and downs, the good and the bad." -Johnnie Mosley, Renaissance Men, Memphis, TN

From the Hardcover edition.

Author Q&A

Book club favorite, Travis Hunter, author of the upcoming novel, A One Woman Man on book clubs and his new book.

Why are book clubs important?
Meeting with book clubs is one of the few chances I get to meet the readers who support my work and hear what they think — the good and the bad — which makes for a better book the next time.

I’ve met with book clubs in person and over the phone. They’ve reached out to me via email, my website, or word of mouth and if my family schedule (I’m a single dad), writing and promotional schedule permits, I’ll do the book club chat.

Does anything in particular stick out to you about the book club meetings you’ve done over the years?
A 65 year-old man in a men’s book club told me that my novel, The Hearts of Men, made him want to be a better man. At another a woman told me that Trouble Man was the first book her son read on his own. It really touched my heart to hear these things and let me know that I was enlightening people as well as entertaining them with my works.

Tell us about your new novel.
I’ve never had as much fun writing a book as I did this one. A One Woman Man is primarily about a man who loses the love of his life and thinks he’ll never find another woman like her. He’s raising their child alone, but he lets down his guard and messes with the wrong woman. That decision could cost him everything — his family, his reputation, and his freedom. But that’s just part of the story, and you’ll have to pick it up to find out the rest!

From the Hardcover edition.

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