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Interview With Author Paul Guzzo1. What type of books do you write? Prior to this book, my books have been history and memoirs. I have written a handful of vanity memoirs for families looking to capture an elder member of the family’s stories before he or she passed on. In early 2012 I released a book titled From Indians to Indian Americans: How Tampa’s India Community Was Built, which is obviously a history of Tampa’s India community. It was financed by a nonprofit that catalogues Indian history. And in August 2012 I released The Darkside of Sunshine, which is a criminal history of Tampa focusing on its most infamous people and events of the past century. My publisher has joked that I didn’t find exposing Tampa criminals dangerous enough so I decided to tackle something more dangerous – raising children.
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