Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Fourteen Reasons To Read "Confessions Of An Honest Man"


Read this book if you like dark edgy humor.
Read this book if you want to be touched by a character who bucks the odds and wins.
Read this book if you’ve had an addiction, compulsion or neurosis that really messed up your life.
Read this book if you love jazz or if music has played an important role in your life.
Read this book if you were an underdog in high school.
Read this book if you’ve done something you knew was wrong but couldn’t help yourself.  Then you did it again and again. 
Read this book if you want to be so riveted by battle scenes in Afghanistan that you can't stop turning the pages.
Read this book if you want to know what Jimi Hendrix was really like.
Read this book if you love lyrical, poetic language.
Read this book if you long to see villains get karmic justice.                
Read this book if you identify with characters who are healing deep wounds in their souls and you want to heal along with them.
Read this book if you’ve had  therapy or  psychiatric treatment.
Read this book if you want to meet a family so dysfunctional that you'll conceive a new appreciation for your own family.
Read this book if you want to know the difference between “chemical imbalances in the brain” and true evil. Read this book.  Satisfaction guaranteed. One Hundred year warranty.

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1 comment:

  1. Hey Art. I've read all your books. I love your work and I reviewed each one on my author's blog, "Writing to be Read" because I don't mind saying so.

    If the reasons above aren't enough to make you want to read "Confessions of an Honest Man", pop over to my blog and read my review. It's a read that will captivate you and you'll be immersed in it before you know what happened. You'll be glad you did.


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