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Why I Am Writing Under a New Name

John Mantooth's first book tanked. This is how he got back in the game. Column by John Mantooth This article originally appeared on the Hank Early website. So, one of the questions I've been getting is why write these next two books under a new name. What was wrong with John Mantooth? Some folks have rightly pointed out that you can't really hope to find a better name than Mantooth, and I would tend to agree with them.
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