Local author wins award for newest work

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New Boston novelist Michael J. Hawron has been recognized for his most recent work titled Just Good Clean Fun.
Readers of the exceptional titles selected for Texas Association of Authors (TxAuthors) Best Book Awards, would agree that they are winning reads and top-tier selections in their categories. 
By any measure, the distinguished books from this year’s winners are of stellar quality. 
Readers will love to fall into the pages and climb out with the greatest of satisfaction.
This is the sixth year for TxAuthors to select winning titles by Texas Authors. 
A sample chapter from each winning book can be found, along with the previous year’s winners at http://Books.TxAuthors.com
The winners from this year’s contest will receive their prestigious awards at the Celebration of Authors Gala event in Dallas on July 28th, which is a part of the 2nd Annual Authors Marketing Event happening July 27-29 (http://2018.Authors.Marketing).
Each award-winning author will have their book(s) on display and for sale during the weekend event.
Michael J. Hawron is the winner of the 2018 Best Book Award for his Just Good Clean Fun in the Historical Spy Thriller genre.
TxAuthors promotes authors from the Lone Star State in a variety of ways. The association leverages the knowledge and expertise of various authors to promote their works locally and globally.
A synopsis of Hawron’s award winning book, found on the association’s website reads, “The town of West Bush could be in any state. It’s a nondescript little slice of 1950s Americana, where kids stay out late riding their bikes and no one ever locks the door. This is where Mitch Hawkins, Bobby Murphy, Billy Shanahan, and Marty Lanzo grew up. The boys spent their childhoods together in this idyllic little hamlet. Everyone, including these four friends, thought West Bush was just a normal, even boring, town. No one realized its true secret. 
West Bush may seem ordinary, but it houses some extraordinary people. It’s a town full of future spies!
When Mitch Hawkins leaves home for MIT, he gets his first and shocking glimpse of West Bush’s true importance. Mitch is one of the chosen ones, invited to join a secret government program overseen by the CIA. They have been watching him for years and think he has exactly what it takes to spy for his country!
As Mitch adjusts to the challenges and moral quandaries of espionage, he realizes something else. He isn’t the only one from West Bush who has been selected for this secret service, and now he and his childhood friends are in for some real international adventures!
Hawron received local accolades with his previous book, The Little Town with the Big Heart, a book in which he chronicled the  nostalgic charm of living in small town America.

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