The big winner in our contest will be announced Mother’s Day, May 11. The rest of you still have a chance. Click contact form, fill it out and you could be the proud owner of an autographed copy of “Son of Ravage.” Speaking of contact forms, we had another guest who entered our little contest. Below are his comments:
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See how easy it is? Even people from the dark web can enter. I only hope they are not planning to undermine our American Way of life and our beloved “Son of Ravage” autographed book contest. If so, it will not go unpunished, Alexander, or whatever your filthy Russian bot name is.
The big day at Outer Planes Comics & Games is just weeks away. I am feverishly looking through “Son of Ravage” for one additional passage to read and share. I’ve chosen the first one and that was a no-brainer but am looking for one more that showcases the work in general. If you have any ideas, let me know. In the meantime, I will practice my diction.
And speaking of Outer Planes Comics & Gifts at 519 Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa, they are the only store authorized to sell copies of “Son of Ravage in the United States.” If you are in the Bay area and want to see the comic store that the “The Bohemian” named the best comic bookstore in Sonoma County. Check it out. More bookstores from around the country will be selling it soon.
NEWS FLASH: “Son of Ravage” has gone International! The novel is now available in the Great White North. King's Bookstore, 6350 Coburg Road in Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada now carries the literary adventures of one Barry Ravage, proving once and for all that this favorite Maritime Province is more than just Puffins and Seals. It also happens to be the birthplace of Ellen Page! Keep it classy, Canada.
I will be the guest of Susan Rice and Art Krug on their fantastic podcast, “Stop Me If I’ve Heard This.” We will be recording May 19thjust in time for Memorial Day. Here is a link to their fantastic show.
Susan and Art are old friends, gracious hosts, and fantastic comedians. I’m sure we’ll share a gaggle of laughs while talking about my little book. Do yourself a favor and subscribe to this podcast.
Okay, I can see that I overstayed my welcome. Don’t forget to tip your waitresses and, in the immortal words of dark web Alexander, “Proshchay.”
In 1981, J.P. Linde co-wrote and appeared in a one-man comedy show titled “Casually Insane.” Shortly after, he joined the ranks of stand-up comedy and performed in clubs and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. In 1989, he made his national television debut on “Showtime’s Comedy Club Network.” He wrote the libretto for the musical comedy “Wild Space A Go Go” and co-wrote and co-produced the feature motion picture, “Axe to Grind.” “Son of Ravage” is his second novel.