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Export author Negich releases book of poetry

Patrick Varine
| Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, 11:06 a.m.
Above, a pastoral scene on the cover of Export author John Negich's new book of poetry, 'My Life in Rhymes.'
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Above, a pastoral scene on the cover of Export author John Negich's new book of poetry, 'My Life in Rhymes.'
Author John Negich of Export.
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Author John Negich of Export.

Export author John Negich's second book, “My Life in Rhymes,” is now available on Amazon, Kindle and CreateSpace.

Negich's print debut, “ Retribution ,” was released July 31. Negich said in a Facebook post that he is already at work on a sequel, titled “The Minder,” and told the Trib he has a third book planned for vigilante anti-hero and “Retribution” main character John Stanic.

After living elsewhere for four decades, Negich said he is happy to be back in his hometown, and plans to incorporate it into future works.

“I have five novels, as well as a book of poetry, in different stages of development and all use Export as the primary setting for the stories and poems,” he said.

“My Life in Rhymes” is available for Amazon Kindle now and will be available in paperback beginning Wednesday, Sept. 13.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-850-2862, or via Twitter @MurrysvilleStar.

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