I’ve found a nice new book for you this week. It’s a bit of an odd one, but odd isn’t necessarily wrong. Here is:
Buck & Tangee: Things that Happened
by author Jon Zech
Ebook Short Description: I thought when I finished this book, I was through writing. My editor thought otherwise and said I had to write something for the back cover to sort of sum up what the book was about. I guess that makes sense, and I figured it would be easy. It wasn’t. Every time I tried to chop a forty page section down to two or three sentenses, it sounded stupid. Look:
The first section is about how my brother, Roy, and I tried to start a men’s only, beer allowed, version of one of those PlastiQueen kitchenware parties. It didn’t go well. There. See? Does that sound like a story you’d want to read? Maybe.
And the second part, about how four buddies and I took a trip out to Vegas in a reconditioned, forty-year-old school bus. Lots of things happened, but I can’t cut any of them down to just a few words. Okay, here’s one: When we pulled in to our very first overnight campsite, we had no idea we’d wake up in the morning, axle deep in…. No. I’m just not going to spoil it.
Then in the third section, Tangee got a job and I wrote this book.
Where to find. You can find the e-book on Amazon.com.
And other news from the world of books this week:
- The Alexandria Publishing Group is 1 year young and for that reason we’re having a party! Come and join us in our raffle where you can win e-books, signed paper books and even a Kindle Fire HD!
- In more peaceful news: I have written a review of an interesting book called Games of Adversaries.
- Someone thought up a new form of DRM, and it’s not a good thing. Read about it at The Digital Reader.
- My progress on writing a story in two languages at the same time: the story of Sebastian.
Paul Kater is an indie writer.
He is the author of the successful
“Hilda the Wicked Witch” series.