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Release Party Russell’s Revenge

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About the Book

the-bully-and-emily-dickinson-by-dennis-fishelTitle: Russell’s Revenge

Author: Dennis Fishel

Genre: YA Humor, Adventure

Fate has been messing up Dennis’s life for as long as he can remember. It was Fate that decided Russell Folmer—the biggest, ugliest, and meanest kid on earth—would live only two houses south of Dennis’s. Fate was also responsible for making Russell the same age and placing him in the same school. So who else but malicious Fate would arrange for Russell to be in the wrong place at exactly the wrong time when the bombs crafted from the only product a dog manufactures fell from Dennis’s experimental kite? Now, with dog dumplings decorating Russell’s extremely large and angry face, it looks as though Dennis’s days of successfully dodging the well-known bully are over. As the sound of Russell’s pounding feet gets ever closer, two questions flare up in Dennis’s panicked mind like neon in the blackness of a cave: What has he done to make Fate hate him so much, and how is he going to get out of this fix?

Author Bio

Owned and managed by dogs for most of his life, Dennis shares a home on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula with his four-legged boss, Sally. Together they pursue their interests in wooden boats, fly fishing, chasing down obscure historic sites, and hiking to remote places just for the fun of it.

Links

Author Website: http://www.dennisfishel.com/

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iBooks: iBooks

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Guest Post Sexual Confessional

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Guest Post

A Writer’s Relationship with the Editing Process

By Nicole Delacroix, author of Sexual Confessional: Confidential Admissions From Social Media

Editing is a writer’s first step in looking at their work critically and making it better. Any good writer is going to use a trusted critique partner – other writers, critique groups, etc. – and if a writer is serious about their career, a professional editor. For the record, an editor should never be a close friend or family member: you want someone to challenge every word you wrote to help make it better. I like to use a critique group to take me to a place where I’m ready to have someone professional look at my work. There are two types of editing, and it helps to know the difference and why each is important: there is the line edit and the content edit.

A line edit is where you or an editor go line by line and fix any grammatical or structure errors. This type of edit catches typos, tense errors and errant verbiage – I am plagued by the word ‘that’ – I use it far too much and I’ve gotten myself into the habit of reading my work aloud both with and without it. If it sounds good without it, I remove it.

A content edit is where you or your editor will read the piece in its entirety and look for continuity errors. This edit focuses on the story itself, how to make it better, and suggestions of changes to how it’s written to ensure the story flows from one chapter to the next. Here’s where a good editor will challenge the story, and if you aren’t getting challenges and suggestions from your editor, then they aren’t doing their job. If you’re serious about being a writer, you have to listen to the harshest critic, and that should always be your editor. Many writers have different theories on when you do which edit, but I personally like a line edit after I’m finished, followed by a deep content edit, and topped off with a second line edit. But let’s look at some other ways writers edit.

Internal Editing

Any writer will tell you that they edit the story as they write – it’s hard to turn off the internal editor. Internal editing is the most dangerous of the edits, a writer can get stuck within the internal edit and the book will never see the light of day. They constantly go back to what they’ve written and rewrite until they’ve lost focus on finishing. One of the most freeing experiences of my life was participating in NANOWRIMO – National Write a Book Month. For one month you are challenged to put 50000 words down on paper – no editing, just write. I try to limit myself to 1 chapter. That way I move forward and finish and I know there’s more editing to come.

Self-Editing

Once the first draft is completed, it’s time to see what needs to be fixed. The problem with self-editing is that many writers focus on the little things and miss some major issues. My rule of thumb is when I finish; I put that manuscript away for at least a month. I work on something else, read, relax, whatever – but I forget about the book. This helps me see the writing with fresh eyes. I do a full read through without any notes, just to see where the problems are. After a day or two, it’s time for the second read through – this time with my trusty red pen. I like to print out my work so I can write corrections directly on the page. This second pass is just to fix any glaring problems, tone, character, etc., this is not to fix typos. Once I’ve made my list I go through and make the changes. Then I let it sit for a week and do a third pass, again, only looking for big problems. If I feel that everything looks right and the story flows, then I turn to a line edit. Depending on my availability, I may run through once myself or have a trusted colleague do the line edit.

The Rinse and Repeat

There is no hard, fast rule when it comes to editing. I like to line edit, content edit and line edit – but sometimes you just feel like you’ve missed something. That’s where you do a rinse and repeat. I’ve found it helpful in this situation to use more than one editor. This is where critique groups are so necessary. You have many different voices and everyone has their own style, using more than one person’s thoughts will make your writing that much better. All of this gets you ready for the professional edit. Sometimes the best thing for a manuscript is a multi-edit session. This gives the writer multiple opinions on how to progress their narrative and keeps the writing fresh.

The Professional Edit

Editorial letters are a shock to new writers. Many times, they’ve used friends and family to do editing and are surprised by the sheer number of different things that need changing when a professional gets a hold of the manuscript. It can be overwhelming, and then you have to read someone else’s critique of your work. No matter how polite the suggestions are, you will get your feelings hurt. So take the fuzzy slippers off and grab a glass of wine, there’s a way to deal with it all.

First, remember to breathe. Reading and writing is subjective and your first impulse is to be defensive. So read the letter once and put it away for a few days. This will give you time to process everything that was said and bring your defenses down. Then you have to make a plan. Some people color code changes, I like to jump in. I like to break it down by chapter. That way I only do one chapter at a time then I can run for the wine.

From here, you just start making changes. Work slowly but steadily – it will seem daunting, but so was writing a book. If there are major changes that happen throughout the book, it’s best to handle them on a case by case basis. Once you’ve made the changes, it’s time for a second opinion. It’s always best to edit twice, it makes everything clean and presentable and you don’t miss any typos.

How Will I Know When It’s Done?

Writers are a strange bunch. Once we dive into changes, we start tinkering around with a book and never finish. You have to stick to a guideline of what you want to accomplish. When you’ve made changes, read it through, if it sounds right, then move on to another project, but ultimately, your book isn’t done until the editor says it’s done!

About the Book

Front Cover ArtTitle: Sexual Confessional: Confidential Admissions from Social Media

Author: Nicole Delacroix

Genre: Non-Fiction Humor / Essay

Discovering secrets is titillating.

Everyone wants to peek under the covers, be a fly on the bedroom wall, or read someone’s diary. The juicier the secret, the more people want to know it, and sex is the most taboo of all subjects.

It’s human nature to be curious about what everyone else is doing. What do people like about sex? What are their fantasies? How far are they willing to go to please the one they love? These questions and more are explored, where everyday people offer up their most intimate secrets about sex.

One part social experiment – one part personal journey mixed with a little shock value, a whole lot of confession, laugh-out-loud comedy, deceptively thought-provoking questions and answers, all in the name of self-awareness. A foray into the inappropriate Sexual Confessional is a brash, unfiltered look at sex in the new millennium as seen by social media. A cautionary tale that warns “be careful what you ask the internet for, you may just get it…”

Author Bio

Author Portrait - newNicole Delacroix was raised with a deep love for words and literature. This appetite for reading was the foundation fuelling her creative passion for writing. With a strong will and precocious nature, she is the atypical Texan Southern belle, preferring the fantastical, science and reason. Growing up in the buckle of the Bible Belt, writing was her saving grace.

A fan of all genres, she will most often be found buried in fantasy, science fiction or nonfiction, favoring George RR Martin, Douglas Adams and Michio Kaku, while Joan Rivers, Mae West, Madonna and Audrey Hepburn are personal role-models, each possessing a strength she admires. Diversity extends to her writing as well, as she writes about anything that strikes her interest, with a keen eye for character and the absurd.

A blogger, author, and IT professional for a major ISP, she is consistently sought out to provide guest blogs and the oft-maligned tech manual, and receives many requests to review new works from fellow authors. She believes life is about possibilities, which challenges her to write outside her comfort zone, trying new projects and meeting new people.

Fiercely loyal to friends, family and pets, she is a proud member of the Atlanta Writer’s Club, avid Tweeter, and closet Anglophile with addictions to British Tea, Doctor Who and Soccer. Above all, she maintains sarcasm is a legitimate art form and strives to challenge conventional thinking.

Publishing History
Books:

Glimpse of Darkness, April 2014 – October 2014

 

Blog Posts:

Common Misconceptions About Literary Agents, January 21, 2015 Post Link

 

Guest Post: How Many Frogs Do I Have To Kiss?, January 19, 2015 Post Link

Guest Post: Books Vs. E-readers, December 21, 2014 Post Link

Guest Post: Using Createspace, December 21, 2014 Post Link

Guest Post: Author Social Media Checklist, December 6, 2014 Post Link

Links

www.nicole-delacroix.com
http://www.facebook.com/writer.nicoledelacroix
http://twitter.com/NicoleDelaCroix
http://www.google.com/+NicoleDelacroix
http://instagram.com/nicoledelacroix/
http://www.pinterest.com/wrtrndelacroix/
http://nicoledelacroix.tumblr.com/

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Release Day Party Sexual Confessional

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About the Book

Front Cover ArtTitle: Sexual Confessional: Confidential Admissions from Social Media

Author: Nicole Delacroix

Genre: Non-Fiction Humor / Essay

Discovering secrets is titillating.

Everyone wants to peek under the covers, be a fly on the bedroom wall, or read someone’s diary. The juicier the secret, the more people want to know it, and sex is the most taboo of all subjects.

It’s human nature to be curious about what everyone else is doing. What do people like about sex? What are their fantasies? How far are they willing to go to please the one they love? These questions and more are explored, where everyday people offer up their most intimate secrets about sex.

One part social experiment – one part personal journey mixed with a little shock value, a whole lot of confession, laugh-out-loud comedy, deceptively thought-provoking questions and answers, all in the name of self-awareness. A foray into the inappropriate Sexual Confessional is a brash, unfiltered look at sex in the new millennium as seen by social media. A cautionary tale that warns “be careful what you ask the internet for, you may just get it…”

Author Bio

Author Portrait - newNicole Delacroix was raised with a deep love for words and literature. This appetite for reading was the foundation fuelling her creative passion for writing. With a strong will and precocious nature, she is the atypical Texan Southern belle, preferring the fantastical, science and reason. Growing up in the buckle of the Bible Belt, writing was her saving grace.

A fan of all genres, she will most often be found buried in fantasy, science fiction or nonfiction, favoring George RR Martin, Douglas Adams and Michio Kaku, while Joan Rivers, Mae West, Madonna and Audrey Hepburn are personal role-models, each possessing a strength she admires. Diversity extends to her writing as well, as she writes about anything that strikes her interest, with a keen eye for character and the absurd.

A blogger, author, and IT professional for a major ISP, she is consistently sought out to provide guest blogs and the oft-maligned tech manual, and receives many requests to review new works from fellow authors. She believes life is about possibilities, which challenges her to write outside her comfort zone, trying new projects and meeting new people.

Fiercely loyal to friends, family and pets, she is a proud member of the Atlanta Writer’s Club, avid Tweeter, and closet Anglophile with addictions to British Tea, Doctor Who and Soccer. Above all, she maintains sarcasm is a legitimate art form and strives to challenge conventional thinking.

Publishing History
Books:

Glimpse of Darkness, April 2014 – October 2014

Blog Posts:

Common Misconceptions About Literary Agents, January 21, 2015 Post Link

Guest Post: How Many Frogs Do I Have To Kiss?, January 19, 2015 Post Link

Guest Post: Books Vs. E-readers, December 21, 2014 Post Link

Guest Post: Using Createspace, December 21, 2014 Post Link

Guest Post: Author Social Media Checklist, December 6, 2014 Post Link

Links

www.nicole-delacroix.com
http://www.facebook.com/writer.nicoledelacroix
http://twitter.com/NicoleDelaCroix
http://www.google.com/+NicoleDelacroix
http://instagram.com/nicoledelacroix/
http://www.pinterest.com/wrtrndelacroix/
http://nicoledelacroix.tumblr.com/

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Release Day Party The Bleaklisted Books

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Happy Release for The Bleaklisted Books! I’m participating in the fun by hosting an excerpt from this delightful-sounding book.

Book Excerpt

What happens?

Some spy is told to carry out an assignment in East Germany to uncover a double agent but he falls for someone prior to this and love ultimately messes the operation up.

 Reason for bleaklisting?

Proper spies don’t fall in love. Wimps they are!

 What should have happened?

Eric is sent on an exclusive mission into East Germany to assassinate a double agent. Before setting off he is approached by an air stewardess named Fiz who fancies him but he turns her down. She does warn him that it’s cold in East Germany and gives him some cough syrup.

Suspicious of the bottle labelled poison with a skull on it, Eric tosses the syrup and completes his mission. When he returns home to England he has a runny nose and is coughing a lot. Fiz realises he has seen through the poison expertly disguised as cough syrup and she runs away. She is shot and killed by a traffic warden who believes her car is parked on double yellow lines. Eric ends the novel by nipping to the pharmacy for some genuine cough syrup.

Special instruction

Make available at MI5, MI6, CIA, B&Q and M&S and rename The Spy Who Came Home with a Cold.

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 Mr B compares the stories

Dear me, Charlie, I thought you’d like John le Carré’s 1963 Cold War Novel. The Spy Who Came in From the Cold does deal with Communist East Germany where Alec Leamas is sent, under the pretence that he is defecting, and with the intention of locating Mundt, suspected of being a double agent. Alec has a romance with Liz which ultimately throws a spanner in the works. There isn’t anything about cough syrup thankfully and as with Charlie’s other efforts, this one is likely to disappear into the ether. My apologies to Mr le Carré for this despicable alternative to his story.

About The Book

BleaklistedBooksTitle: The Bleaklisted Books

Authors: Donna Brown, David M. Brown

Genre: Non Fiction: Humour/Pets & Animals

Blurb:

My mini-irons,

I urge you to embrace the goose-spell of Animal Farm and you will find sanctuary when our difficult war is over. I will add, of course, that given that conquering the world means a long, long, long, long, long war, I will permit you to read another book every now and again.

Just remember which books are bleak-listed; e.g. Barry Potterer, 100 Years of Silly Tudor, Prude and Perjury, The Hungary Olympic Games, The Chronicles of Nerdia and Of Mike and Ben.

In the meantime, here is a list of books I have vetted and will reconsider for approval if the appro… apprap… proper changes are made. Read this manyule carefully mini-irons.

Your Cat-tain

Charlie Brown

About the Authors

DonnaBrownDonna:  Donna is a longtime book lover and sometime book reviewer and has devoured books from an early age. She writes short (or long) stories as and when inspiration hits and is married to fantasy author David M. Brown (Fezariu’s Epiphany, A World Apart). She was also co-contributor to David’s book, Man vs Cat, a humorous look at life with six rambunctious rescue cats.

Donna has lived in many different areas of the UK over the last 30-something years but has remained in Yorkshire for the past decade. She ardently disputes the misnomer that ‘It’s grim up north’. You can find Donna on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Goodreads, or visit her and her husband’s shared blog: B-Lines and Felines.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/_mrs_b

Website: http://books.donnambrownuk.com

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/donnambrownuk

Instagram: http://instagram.com/donnambrownuk

DavidBrownDavid:  David Brown could be considered a fantasy fanatic, especially since he has spent the last 10 years developing a 47,000-year history for his fictional world of Elenchera. When converting his obsession into literary form, David commits himself to a rigorous writing and editing process before his work can meet his approval. Combined with the critical eye of his wife and a BA Hons in History and English, David’s dedication leads him to his goal of inspiring readers through heartfelt stories and characters.

Although David is inspired primarily by fantasy fiction, he also finds his muse in the form of anime, world cinema, history, and biographies. His own books, Fezariu’s Epiphany and A World Apart, combine aspects from worlds both old and new into compelling tales of a world not soon forgotten., David himself certainly does not lack a spirit of adventure; in fact, he left his job in 2007 in order to spend a month travelling. Second only to meeting and marrying his wife, David counts this as one of the most amazing experiences of his life.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/elenchera

Facebook: http://facebook.com/tweedling

Website: http://elenchera.com

Blog: http://blog.elenchera.com

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Author Interview I Am Ella. Buy Me. Tour

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I’m hosting an interview today with Joan Ellis, the author of “I Am Ella. Buy Me”, a chick lit / humor / romance book. Welcome to my blog, Joan!

1) How long have you been writing?

Since I was ten-years-old. Until then, I had been a rubbish speller and my Mum had to write all my school essays. Eventually, thanks to her patience and understanding, I discovered how to do it myself. Before long, the other kids stopped laughing at me and started laughing with me when the teacher read out my stories.

When I left school, I went to college and became a copywriter. Working in the advertising industry for over thirty years, I got paid to come up with ideas and write every day. Brilliant!

2) Is I am Ella. Buy me. your first book? If not, please tell us a little about your first book.

‘Ten wrong spelling, ten red crosses. And judging by my teacher’s expression, they weren’t meant to be kisses.’

The Things You Missed While You Were Away is for anyone who has been a child.

This glimpse into my upbringing in the 60s and Sophie’s in the 90s proves when we lose someone special, love comes from unexpected places to fill the hole in our hearts.

Sophie, like me is an only child brought up in a single parent family. This funny, happy memoir is written as a long letter to my father detailing all the magical memories from both my childhood and Sophie’s he never got to see. You don’t have to have lost a loved one to love it. It’s for the child in everyone.

Based on a regular column I penned about my baby daughter, Sophie for a parenting glossy magazine almost eighteen years ago, I finally plan to publish the memoir in 2015.

3) Why did you choose chick lit as genre for your book?

It’s the most fun you can have at the keyboard. I love creating a character and letting them loose on a blank document. Before I know it they’re throwing out witty one-liners I could never think of.
I am Ella. Buy me is chick lit with added extras. It explores Ella’s character at a deep level and

I read Bridget Jones Diary when it was first published. I loved it. Not only did it connect with a generation, it was heartbreakingly hilarious. For me, Helen Fielding is the mother hen of all chick lit.

4) Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?

Read.
The more you read, the better you write. It’s a lovely way to hone your craft as you enjoy your favourite author’s books and discover new novelists along the way.

5) Do you have any works in progress you’d like to tell us about?

I enjoyed writing my second novel, psychological thriller: The Killing of Mummy’s Boy, so much, I penned another, Guilt.

Seven-year-old Susan is alone with her younger brother when he dies of an overdose. The guilt she feels informs the rest of her life. When it threatens to destroy not only her but also her family, she sets out to revisit her path and discover the truth. The consequences are as magical as they are tragic.

Guilt is an interesting emotion. It seems to me, those who should feel it the most deeply manage to brush it off, yet the innocent fall victim, allowing its corrosive properties to eat away at their lives.

My next novel will be another chick lit. Time for a laugh!

Thank you for having me stop-over. Great questions! Hope you enjoy the books.

About The Book

cover-4-1Title: I am Ella. Buy me.

Author: Joan Ellis

Genre: Humor / Chick lit / Romance

I AM ELLA. BUY ME

‘I am a ginger tom. I am a boy racer. I am a housewife. I am a pain in the arse.’

Ella David is Bridget Jones meets Peggy from Mad Men.

Working in Soho’s mad, bad Adland in the sexist 80s, Ella is a rare beast – a woman in a man’s world, dodging her sleazy boss, Peter.

Based on Joan’s experiences in Soho’s mad, bad Adland, this fast-paced, funny tale is set against a backdrop of Thatcher’s Britain when money trumps morals
and lust is a must. Thankfully, Ella knows love is more powerful but can two unlikely friendships help her go from a girl in the firing line to a woman calling the shots?

Author Bio

JOAN ELLIS 1PBJoan Ellis
Award-winning advertising copywriter, comedy writer, performer, lecturer – Joan Ellis has been them all. With a full-time job in a top London advertising agency and a new baby, she did what any right-minded woman would’ve done and set up a comedy club. She even appeared on the same bill as Jo Brand. Once.

A career highlight was casting a black and white moggie as Humphrey Bogart for her award-winning cat food commercial. Other great performers who brought her words to life include Penelope Keith and Harry Enfield.

As a lecturer, Joan taught comedian Noel Fielding all he knows about advertising before encouraging him to showcase his talents on a wider stage.

Working for The Press Association, she tutored Wordsworth’s
great-grandson in the art of copywriting: Buy a host of golden daffodils and get a blue one, free!
She was a lecturer in PR and Advertising at Bournemouth University.

She penned a regular column about her daughter for parenting glossy, Junior. Sophie is now eighteen and refuses to read a word her mother writes.

Suffering from swine flu and sweating like a pig, she moved from London to her beloved Isle of Wight where she writes and eats cream teas with her long-suffering husband, daughter and cat.

She recently launched her books at The Ventnor Fringe and the Isle of Wight Literary Festival.

Links

www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00N7S1MSG
www.amazon.com/dp/B00N7S1MSG
http://www.joan-ellis.com
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23059201

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Author Interview with Grant Reed

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I’m hosting an interview today with Grant Reed, the author of mystery/humor novel “Garrett’s Mulligan”. Enjoy the interview!

Author Interview

1) How long have you been writing?

When I was a little boy, I was pretty creative and liked drawing and making up short fantastical stories. I started writing when I was about 17, but I knew from the age of 10 that I wanted to tell stories. My grandmother had an old typewriter (I think it was from the 40’s or so) and when my brother Gary (my twin) and I were about 10 we typed up a fantasy story using all of the people  in our family as the main characters. I remember my grandmother seemed pretty impressed with the length of it (despite the “N” key not working). Their enjoyment of our humorous attempt inspired me to write longer stories.

2) Is Garrett’s Mulligan your first novel? If not, please tell us a little about your first book.

My first Novel is titled “Shadow of the Makarios” and was completed when I was 22. My daughter had just been born and I was off work for a year. I spent the year changing diapers, cranking up the old baby swing, and writing like a mad man. Here is the blurb on it:

Eyndegaria, a peaceful country nestled in the middle of the Freelands. Once, long ago, her rich soils were the battlefield for a war between the Makarios tribe and the people of the mainland. A thousand years of rest has seen her countrymen grow complacent and the threat of their forefathers dismissed. The Makarios have not forgotten though and will stop at nothing to free their imprisoned brethren.
There is one who remembers the tale of these horrific hunters and he has spent a lifetime preparing for their return. Now an old man, he must convince an officer of the watch and a grieving swordsman that theirs is the light that will push back the shadow of the Makarios.

3) Tell us about Garrett’s Mulligan.

After writing “Funny Fruit” and “The Cassadian Chalice”, two humorous fantasy novels with my brother, I wanted to keep writing in the world I had created, but for me the characters were getting a little stale. At the time I was watching the “Magnum P.I. TV series with my wife, and I thought to myself, I like a good case or mystery, why don’t I advance the kids from the first two books to my age (31 at the time) and just have a little fun with them. So I did, and I haven’t looked back.

4) Why did you choose “mystery” as a genre for your novel?

I wanted to challenge myself and see what I could do. My first three books although fun to write were adventure and humor, and I found them fairly easy to entertain myself (and hopefully others). I’ve always enjoyed a good mystery and I wanted to see if I could do it to my satisfaction, (while putting a few spins on it and keeping the humor…)

5) Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?

If you KNOW that writing is what you are supposed to do, then don’t let anyone change your mind.

6) Do you have any works in progress you’d like to tell us about?

I am currently working on my 6th novel and the next Vellian Mystery with Garrett and Merle and the gang! (it’s about 20% written)

Garrett’s Mulligan

garrettsmulliganfrontTitle: Garrett’s Mulligan

Author: Grant Reed

Genre: Humor / Fantasy / Mystery

At thirty-one Garrett Willigins has finally earned his private investigator’s badge. Unfortunately, the bills haven’t stopped coming and building a solid reputation won’t happen overnight. Forced to take employment wherever they can, Garrett and his miniature dragon partner Merle, must dirty their hands any way possible to make a buck. Shoveling manure, chasing cats, and dock duty seem to be the order of the day.
Working off back rent for a notorious gangster isn’t the safest of jobs on a good day, but when the other workers start turning up dead, Garrett finds himself elbow deep in a mystery that could spell a quick end to his short P.I. career.

Author Bio

Grant Reed has a background in business management, computer programming, and computer networking.  He would much rather be out fishing though, so he spends his time writing and working contract jobs. He lives in Lively Ontario, Canada with his wife Robin, and their two children Aidan and Megan


Links

Kindle:

http://www.amazon.com/Garretts-Mulligan-ebook/dp/B00DPI2ZPC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1375275568&sr=8-1&keywords=garrett%27s+Mulligan

Paperback:

http://www.amazon.com/Garretts-Mulligan-Mr-Grant-Reed/dp/1477407723/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1375275701&sr=8-2&keywords=garrett%27s+Mulligan

Website:

http://www.reedboys.ca/

Author Page on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/Grant-Reed/e/B007WKB2RG

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