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Pearson brings ‘Forever Across the Marsh’ home to Camden
Pearson - Hemingway Bust
Kershaw County native Jeff Pearson looks over his newly published novel, Forever Across the Marsh, in front of a bust of famed author Ernest Hemingway in Key West, Fla., which Hemingway called home. One of the novel’s characters is based on a true encounter Pearson had with a professional treasure from Key West. “Hemingway was an influence in my writing style,” Pearson said in an email,” but not as much as Mark Twain. I looked to both of those writers for inspiration."
War veteran and rising star author Jeff Pearson is coming home to Camden to meet readers and sign books. His first published novel, Forever Across The Marsh, is connecting in powerful ways with readers across the nation, and is already selling out in Savannah area stores.