Maggie is back. Goodbye again.

Here’s a photo from my recent event for Goodbye, Maggie. Be like the iconic don Marcos, who is introducing me in the picture, and show your love by clicking HERE.

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Author Chat Book Club

ATTN Blogmates! Click here to join the free Author Chat Book Club

Created by authors for readers. Award-winning author Gary Gautier has teamed up with memoir writer and novelist, Michael Tusa, to get you discounted ebooks with monthly video meetings to discuss them with the author. Authors are encouraged to set their ebooks at 99c during the first week of the month and then host a Zoom meeting on the third Thursday of the month. (The 99c price may not be available every month due to Amazon or publisher restrictions, but we will try our best to discount.) Calendar to be posted regularly. In an age when social media silos tend to narrow one’s focus, we are open to serendipity and surprises, inviting a range of authors so that each reader can wander and stumble upon new things. Interested authors to date include writers of literary fiction, historical fiction, memoirs, and non-fiction works of cultural interest. Let us do the legwork. You just download the book (no fee, no requirement, the download is always optional) and join the conversation with the author.

Nov. 18: Gary Gautier, Hippies
Dec. 16: Jim Lambert, Sub Rosa and Other Stories
Jan. 27: Michael Tusa, And Trouble Followed
Hippies is set for 99c on Kindle Nov. 1-7. 

Admin/author websites:
Gary Gautier
Michael T. Tusa

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Future classic – free while you can get it

Looks like Love’s Ragged Claws (Faulkner-Wisdom finalist) has a FREE cycle this week. Download free at this link: http:amzn.to/3cwDBaj.

Just be nice if you take a freebie and post an honest  Amazon review of at least one sentence. These really help authors.

In this short novella, Gabriel enters confession for the first time in 50 years and tells the priest he has only three sins to confess, all sins of the flesh, and the confession opens up the byways of human identity and human relationships as it weaves the tale of the three sins.

“A stop at the confessional becomes a life story . . . three sins of the flesh, all of them unique, touching, funny, and remarkably real” (John Allen Stevenson, Professor of English and author of History of the British Novel: Defoe to Austen)

Here’s a sample page if you want to preview the style.

Thanks!
Gary

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Bargain Booksy – Faulkner Prize Finalist

Shortlisted for the 2019 Faulker Prize and now $3.88 as promoted on today’s Bargain Booksy list.

Share, enjoy, write reviews!

Link to Maggie here.
Bargain Booksy main site here.

In a culture of health nuts, gurus, quacks and seekers, Phil’s stagnant life collapses when his charismatic brother, Magnus, shows up with the news that he has murdered someone and asks for sanctuary. Thus starts a dramatic comedy of rollicking misdirection, as Magnus disappears – with Phil’s girlfriend, Hermia – and Phil lands on an uneasy road trip through small town Louisiana with Gus, another rival for Hermia’s attention. Phil and Gus, white and black, find racism, madness, and unlikely friendships as they roll through the bayous and into New Orleans.

Amazon link here.
Author site here.
Facebook link here.

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