Interview with novelist David Stearman

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The Claymore and Surcoat

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Me: I was born and raised in upstate New York, have never been surfing, or to Mexico, and I’ve never spent more than a few days in a major city in my life. Your novel, Hummingbird really took me on an adventure. I also enjoyed watching Lexa grow and change through the course of her journey.

David, give us the lowdown on your novel, Hummingbird.

912805_10151636998261337_1550926320_nDavid: Hummingbird is the story of a “taker” becoming a “giver.” Lexa Morales, to save her brother from a gang execution, robs a Southern California grocery store and then flees to Mexico to escape the police. There, while being pursued by an American bounty hunter, she comes to the end of her rope and reaches out to God. As a result of this encounter, she begins helping others and earns the nickname “Colibrí,” or “Hummingbird”–a reference to a local proverb about the Hummingbird being…

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