James Joyce was born on this day, in 1882.
And his door-stopping novel, Ulysses, was published (in a single book form)–on this day, in 1922. It was originally serialized in the magazine, The Little Review.
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The world is crrrrraaazzy.
As a result, I’ve made my humor book–The Little Things DO Suck!–only 99c for awhile. Maybe it can help ease some of the anxiety many of us are feeling these days.
It is available on a bunch of ebook seller websites. Just click on the annoyed cat below.
Prolific writer–and self-described agnostic mythic–Robert Anton Wilson was born on this day, in 1932.
“Only the madman is absolutely sure.”
The King of Horror was born on this day–in 1947.
His importance to the world of literature–especially Horror–cannot be overstated. He truly is the “King”.
One of the most important books (especially in Fantasy literature) was published on this day in 1937.
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien popularized modern Fantasy and is still loved by fans to this day.
Today was the release date for a novel that is still relevant–maybe even more so–today. George Orwell’s 1984. It was first published, in London, on this day in 1949.
My collection of short stories, titled DISRUPTIONS, is now live on multiple platforms. It’s a collection of horror, fantasy and weirdness (both new & previously published).
Please buy a copy.
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