This book review, if you will, is an excerpt from one of my (now many) novels in progress. *** Part of Melissa’s job at The Antiquarian was to close up the bookstore at 9 PM promptly. She didn’t always though and often times because she was lost in reading. If there were still customers in… Continue reading A Different Kind of Book Review: Parts Unknown by Kevin Brennan
Welcome to an interview with Kevin Brennan, author of Parts Unknown, Our Children Are Not Our Children, and the recently released Yesterday Road. Kevin also has a blog at http://kevinbrennanbooks.wordpress.com/ where he takes his readers along on his sometimes funny, sometime harrowing road to self-publication. M: Kevin, thank you so much for agreeing to be… Continue reading Interview with Kevin Brennan, Author of Yesterday Road
It was a dark and stormy night, and Mary had called and said she was on her way, but traffic was backed up a bit. Randy didn’t want to stay at his desk for fear that some emergency might come in and he would have to attend to it. And then Mary would wind up… Continue reading A Different Kind of Book Review: Our Children Are Not Our Children by Kevin Brennan
Whoo-hoo! Kevin Brennan is giving away a SIGNED copy of his novel Parts Unknown. To participate in the contest, all you have to do is leave a comment on his blog post so … go for it 🙂
I’m giving away a copy of Parts Unknown this week. It’s a hardback, and I’ll inscribe it to the winner too.
Folks, this is a $10 value (see sidebar), and if you don’t win you can always cough up a tenner and get one for yourself!
Taking a page from the Accidental Cootchie Mama’s manual, (yes, I won the Mystery Hole T-shirt!), I’m going to pick a name randomly from the commenters to this post. I want at least 10 names in the pool, so I’ll keep this going till I reach that target. If I don’t hit 10 in a reasonable time, I’ll open it up to Twitter people who are scrounging for giveaways, and nobody wants that to happen. So tell your friends to come over and comment, or reblog this, or shout it from the hilltops.
Be the first in your neighborhood to read this fine…
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