I apologize for the lateness of this post, but today is #eyeneedle day, so I was up in Federal Way, getting stabbed in the face by my eye doctor, and I had to wait for my eyes to un-dilate enough to see what I was typing.
Today I am bringing you the first of a series of posts to celebrate the very first Rave Reviews Book Club’s “Bethany Turner Pay It Forward Week.” Bethany‘s idea was to support one author each day, and not support herself or anyone else on that day. So, as part of this fantastic event, I’ll be posting about a different author for the next five days, and hopefully you will take a look at their author pages or websites, and maybe pick up a book or two.
Today’s featured author is Carl Stevens. Here are a few words about his novel Canterbury tales in Neverland.
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“Stevens’ fictive world is vibrant and lived-in, with a fully realized
culture and a quasi-Shakespearean diction that’s vigorous and musical without being fusty or quaint. His characters don’t mope and mourn in the ruins, but look to them for inspiration—and swag—while they seek to build their world anew. An engrossing yarn that embeds an off-kilter perspective on history in rich language and storytelling.”
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Read more about Carl and his work on his website: http://www.carlstevenswriter.com
Follow him on Twitter: @carlstevenswrit
And find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carl.stevens.1069
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Carl has several books available, and I encourage you to check them out and possibly find your next favorite read.