This book is bargain priced from 01/14/2014 until 01/15/2014
From the Bahamas to Heathrow airport, to the rain soaked streets of London the dead have ceased dying.
This is inconvenient for a number of reasons but what’s the real reason behind the chaos?
In London we find Nigel Reinhardt, a disgraced, confused, and gifted London police constable who owns a prophetic goldfish. In Ireland the Angel of Death questions the value and position of his current employment. At Majestic Technologies Celina McMannis works diligently on a top secret project. At the South Pole there lives a very unhappy penguin.
When the Devil hatches a nefarious plot to take over the world by possessing a cute little kitty and seizing a factory of robotic Christmas elves it’s up to Nigel and his group of unlikely companions to save the world or die trying… or both.
Targeted Age Group: 14+
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Satirical Fiction or Comic Fantasy are notoriously difficult genres to work with. The main reason being that humor is so subjective. One person’s giggle is another’s groan. Believe me, I’ve tried writing other stuff. I truly believed that I had at least one good horror novel in me somewhere so I started writing a werewolf novel. This quickly became an amusing tale of a teenage boy coming to terms with his new life as a werewolf. Hair in All the Wrong Places: My Life as a Teenage Werewolf will be completed in 2014.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write, write, and then write some more. Once you’ve done that, do it all over again. We’re living in a content driven world that thrives on social media whims and an eternal quest for instant gratification. Keep getting your work out there, no matter how you do it, keep trying, persevere, and keep writing!
Andrew Buckley (born 1980 in Lees, Manchester, UK) – is a contemporary Canadian novelist (an author of satirical fiction), marketing professional, freelance writer, and podcaster.
Buckley attended the Vancouver Film School’s Writing for Film and Television program where he graduated with Excellence. After pitching and developing several screenplay projects for film and television he worked in marketing and public relations for several years before venturing into a number of content writing contracts. During this time he abandoned screenwriting altogether and began writing his first novel, Death, the Devil, and the Goldfish, which was published in December 2012 by CQ Press.
Andrew lives in the Okanagan Valley, BC with his wife, 3 children, two evil cats, and a very needy dog. Fueled only by Pop Tarts and Tetley Tea he spends his time writing, working, and podcasting for more hours than are actually contained in a day.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
While attending film school in Vancouver, BC I owned a very evil cat. He inspired and urged me to write the book. He was very convincing…