Let’s have some fun

Drop a line in comments below and quote the most memorable line you can recall off the top of your head in a book or movie. Then you will be entered in to win a copy of “Crossing Bedlam” by Charles E. Yallowitz.

I will choose one lucky winner this weekend to receive their copy, I can only gift to US residents via Amazon, but everyone is welcome to play just for the fun of it. Help out an author and share this post if you have a chance. Book details below .


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The United States of America has been crippled. Violently contained by a global military force and left without its leaders, the country has become shattered and chaotic. A decade has passed since the first strike and a new landscape has emerged where survival is more important than anything else. Who will uncover the truth behind the attack and revive this once great nation?

It certainly won’t be Cassidy and Lloyd since they couldn’t care less about that stuff. She is a young woman on a mission to honor her mother’s dying wish, which is to toss her ashes off the Golden Gate Bridge. He is an infamous serial killer she broke out of Rikers Island since hiring a bodyguard wasn’t working out. Not the perfect plan, but having an insane, oddly charming murder-junkie on your side is a plus in the Shattered States.

Bullets and swear words are going to fly as Cassidy and Lloyd travel coast to coast, facing one challenge after another . . . including Nebraska.

24 thoughts on “Let’s have some fun”

  1. I’ve already read this VERY fun and entertaining book. Oh and I don’t live in the US. But I do have a favourite line (Bacall to Bogart in 1944 movie To Have and Have Not) “You know you don’t have to act with me, Steve. You don’t have to say anything, and you don’t have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together and… blow.”

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  2. Don’t worry about putting my name forward for any book – I live on the wrong side of the pond… but here it is anyway – ‘The trouble with being a god is that you’ve got no one to pray to.’ from Small Gods by Terry Pratchett.

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  3. “It is not that I have no past, it is rather that it continually fragments on the vivid and terrible ephemera of now. In the long country, cut with rain, there is suddenly nowhere to begin.”

    Samuel Delany

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  4. Shared on my face book. My line is from The Princess Bride, just for fun.
    “The Forest of Despair, we’ll never survive!”
    “Nonsense! You’re just saying that because nobody ever has!”
    Best wishes from baldy 🙂

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