Now that I have your attention, check out Daniel Boyd's amazing mew review of my latest: The Librarian at the End of the World is not so much a novel as a perpetual-motion machine: part road-show, part parable, careening between surrealism and comedy as our librarian-hero and his patient lady set off in pursuit of… … Continue reading We just pulled out of the nuclear missile treaty Reagan negotiated with Russia, so please read my book before the world ends
The Librarian at the End of the World presents a satirical romp across America, and is a recommended pick for readers who want to take the iconic Jack Kerouac classic On the Road one step further into absurdity. (Indeed, The Librarian at the End of the World combines the travelogue of Kerouac and the absurdity of … Continue reading Look what the Midwest Book Review says about little, old me
The Librarian at the End of the World will be published this Fall. Which book cover do you like more?
This is a work in progress. There are no romance novels about conjoined twins and thermonuclear annihilation. But why not? Everything is possible here. ---------------------------- From the back of her taxi Miranda Morgan took everything in. Her eyes recognized the verdant meadows and dark lines of pines towering over either side of the interstate … Continue reading Neverending Love with Robotic Appendage Model XR5: A Romance Hotter than a Thousand Suns
We were waiting for the sun to come out. The sky was almost black. Nothing was going to happen, and we knew it. Beyond the edge of the darkness there was light, but it was too far away, and we couldn’t see it. One of us said, “This sucks,” but I couldn’t tell if it … Continue reading We were waiting