Holy smokes, it’s official! I have released a collection of short stories called “Jack Dick, World’s Musician-est Musician and Other Stories.” Yes, it’s true!
It’s just like a concert, with opening acts in the beginning and then the main event toward the end, except you don’t get to spill beer on yourself. Well, you can still do that, I guess, just read the stories too. They’re awesome.
For example, have you ever wondered what it’s like to go slightly crazy on a ranch in Wyoming? Well check out this excerpt, champ!
Brad did not want the only conversation he had all week to be an awkward one about his piss in a jar, so he took to burying them.
Perhaps you have thought that your coffee mug might have some thoughts of its own? It does, believe me. Perhaps you’ve speculated about the secret lives of ballerinas? This book is definitely for you, provided that you know how to read. Myself, I never had time for it.
The main portion of the book is a short story entitled “Jack Dick, World’s Musician-est Musician.” If you’ve ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a professional musician, this story will shed some ridiculous light.
Here’s the sort of thing you’ll get to read:
He was taking pictures of the two of them with a digital camera and then inspecting the photos. He looked at one he’d just taken, and said “Fat face.”
She put a hand on his arm “You don’t have a fat face,” she said.
“Not me, you!”
He can be a jerk sometimes. I can too. Still, I’d love it if you checked out my book. Thank you, and please let me know what you think via email. I’d love to hear your thoughts, even if they’re mean!
Glowing Accolades for Jack Dick and Other Stories
“I feel like the fuzzy little rodent with his ass painted orange. Except my head is orange.” – Nick Tapp (97.1 The River), Atlanta, GA
“Dude your book is insanely funny! Great job. I’m laughing my head off” — Jen Lowe (jenlowe.com), New Haven, CT
“I got to read it before it was released! It’s hilarious!” – Mellie Higgins, Atlanta, GA
“But I haven’t read it yet!” – Alex Pasco (Paper Radish), Seattle, WA
“I don’t want to hear any of your stupid stories, Jim.” – David Brooks, Atlanta, GA
“I’m in Portland.” – Alex Pasco (Paper Radish), Portland, OR
“Our editors have carefully reviewed your recent submission of “Jack Dick and Other stories,” and it has not been selected for inclusion in the Kindle Singles store. Thank you very much for giving us the opportunity to consider it. Your work will remain for sale in the Kindle Store.” – Simone Gorrindo, Amazon Kindle Singles