Unleashing my debut novel; Apocalypse – Cape Breton Island upon the cyber world, I feel a bit like Navin R. Johnson (Steve Martin) in the 1979 film, The Jerk.
The short YouTube clip below captures the magnitude of the event.
“I wish I could get that excited about nuttin’.”
For anyone interested in the genre, the tale is a first-person, stream of consciousness journey through a post-apocalyptic Canadian wasteland, decimated by a viral epidemic (sorry, no zombies). Written (intentionally) without plot, direction, or character maps, the unorthodox story unfolds organically, through the eyes of our protagonist (widower and raging alcoholic), Jack. Strewn with Canadian content, locales and occasional hockey references, the journey takes our hero from Ontario, to the 3rd most beautiful island in the world (rated 1st in North America); Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
And I’ll leave it at that.
The book’s available on most Amazon sites (.com, .ca, .UK, etc.), in both paperback and e-book. (I prefer the paperback version).
And there you have it.
Something we’ve all been waiting for.
The new phone book—is here.
Until next time.