Thursday, April 5, 2018

Blurb for License to Ill

I need to bring you up to speed on some of the developments concerning my latest novel, License to Ill (see cover/link to the right). Both License to Ill and The Self-Improvement Book Club Murder (look to the right) are novels that uses an entertaining story to convey spiritual principles.

I imposed upon my friend Roger Johns, author of an excellent mystery set in Baton Rouge, LA, called Dark River Rising (St. Martin’s Press-Minotaur Books), to read License to Ill and write a "blurb" for it, which he graciously agreed to do. A blurb is a quote from another author that usually goes on the cover or somewhere on the interior to help get people excited about reading the novel.

Here's what Roger wrote for me:
Big money, political intrigue, a very inventive story with plenty of action, and characters you won’t soon forget make License to Ill a flat out page-turner.
 Thanks, Roger! I'll get the cover updated soon in order to get this blurb on there.

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