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We welcome your business at the WOW! E-Store. All E-Store orders will be personally signed by the author. Current titles may also be purchased or ordered at the following, and other fine book outlets: Barnes & Noble,, The Clinton Museum Store, The Cotton Museum, Memphis, TN and That Bookstore in Blytheville.

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See larger book cover Sundays with TJ. Janis F. Kearney’s third memoir, Sundays with TJ, presents the 107-year old family patriarch from the viewpoint of a daughter still mesmerized by the stories she grew up hearing. Thomas James "TJ" Kearney is the last of the nine Kearney children - all born in the early 1900's, in southeast Arkansas. TJ is the oldest resident in Lincoln County. "Sundays with TJ" shares stories from the centenarian's treasure trove of memories from his exciting, but challenging life; including the 45 years he and his wife Ethel raised 17 of their 19 children on the eight mile gravel byway called Varner Road.

Publisher: WOW Press
Publish Date: First Quarter, 2014 (Now Accepting Preorders!)
ISBN: 978-0-9762058-7-6 (HB)
Retail Price: $27.95 Hardback

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See larger book cover Daisy: Between A Rock And A Hard Place. Presidential diarist and author Janis F. Kearney transforms civil rights legend Daisy Gatson Bates’ life from black and white, to living color. The author, who interviewed Bates many times, creates a fictionalized last interview granted by Bates, as she lay dying in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Publisher: WOW Press
Publish Date: February, 2013
ISBN: 978-0-9889644-2-6 (HB)
          978-0-9889644-0-2 (PB)
Retail Price: $27.95 Hardback, $19.95 Paperback
320 pages

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See larger book cover Something to Write Home About: Memories from a Presidential Diarist. Janis F. Kearney, author of Cotton Field of Dreams is completing a sequel to her memoir that begins in 1987, with her role as publisher of Daisy and L.C. Bates‘ newspaper. The book also includes her years as presidential diarist, and is interspersed with more memories about her life as a member of the Kearney family -- cotton sharecroppers in the Arkansas delta.

Publisher: WOW Press
Publish Date: Nov. 2008
ISBN: 9780976205852
Retail Price: $22.95
Current Price: $15.00
320 pages, Hardback

See larger book cover Once Upon a Time, there was a Girl: A Murder at Mobile Bay. Janis F. Kearney debuts her first fiction; a murder mystery based on an actual southern race murder. In this riveting story, Kearney paints a portrait of a small Alabama town, the “good” people who believed race was no longer a problem, and the innocent victim whose death proved them wrong.

Publisher: WOW Press
Publish Date: Nov. 2008
ISBN: 9780976205869
Retail Price: $22.95
Current Price: $15.00
266 pages, Hardback

Click for full cover Cotton Field of Dreams: A Memoir
By Janis F. Kearney
“ American story—in black and white...”
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Click for full cover Conversations: William Jefferson Clinton, from Hope to Harlem By Janis F. Kearney
A book that “had to be written, and needs to be read...”
Hardcover Price: $15.00
Paperback Price: $12.00
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Current titles may also be purchased or ordered at the following book outlets:

Afriware Books
1701 S. 1st Ave. - Suite 503
Maywood, IL 60153

Barnes & Noble - Online

That Bookstore in Blytheville

Clinton Museum Store
500 Clinton Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72201

  Follett Bookstores
Arkansas State University
Carl Reng Center
101 North Caraway Street
State University, AR 72467

Hearne Fine Art
1001 Wright Ave. - Suite C
Little Rock, AR 72206

Mosaic Templar Cultural Center
501 W. Ninth Street
Little Rock, AR 72201

Wordsworth Bookstore
5920 R Street
Little Rock, AR 72207