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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Book Review: Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer


Book Review:  Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer
being the story of a regular guy
who learns how to animate and command the dead
a death-comedy novel by
George Dalphin

Narrated by an extra-dimensional alien, this novel presents a post-Bob world in which a new religion has taken hold, despite the best efforts of Bob to avoid such an outcome. The opening sentence of Chapter 1 reminds me of Snoopy’s novel, “It was a dark and stormy night.”  Not a good omen.  I question the metaphor, “merely a cardboard cutout of the sun behind the clouds” as an unlikely sight.

Somehow it reminds me of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.  Not that the plot is similar, because it isn’t, but because it has that same tongue-in-cheek humor that you often find in British literature. 

Bob’s girlfriend Anna breaks up with him because he has never grown up, depends on her for money and even for a working shower and is, in short, a man-child.  This inauspicious opening leads to Bob’s discovery of the secret of life – or more properly, the key to reversing death.

Armed with an ancient book that only he can read, Bob sets out to put his own life in order.  He has no plans for the rest of the world, but you know what they say about the best laid plans. 

Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer is fun to read, despite some awkward phrases and clumsy sentence constructions.  The story will take you far into the depths of your own mind and then back again to the everyday world which we call reality.

On a scale of one to five, I give it four stars.


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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The last re-write

My guest post on Blogging Authors is live now.

"The Last Re-Write"

One of the biggest mistakes that novice writers make is considering the manuscript finished when they have reached the last page and typed “The End”.  The story has come to an end, and the plot has been resolved, but the threads within the story nearly always need to be drawn together.

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Monday, July 4, 2011

Kindle author interview - Murder Lies

David Wisehart was kind enough to post an interview with me about my Kindle book Murder Lies.


If you have a Kindle book, you can apply to have him interview you, too!