Thanks to Tone for creating this thread and to all concerned for all the positive comments, I really appreciate it. If you have read it, and enjoyed it then I hope you will tell your friends - hell, tell your enemies as well, I'm not proud
A review on amazon would be nice, please (but that's up to you).
I read the blurb...looked at the cover. A resonator with obviously modern tuners and headstock? Almost as tasteless as the Big Joe fuzz pedals. I have no time for fiction. The real world is far more interesting.
Fair enough, the world would be boring if we all thought the same
The cover design reflects the theme of the story - a present day wannabe "bluesman" from England gets the chance to go back to 1930s Mississippi to see the real delta blues.
As Tone said, the guitar on the cover is my Vintage AMG1 resonator, positioned against the backdrop of a 100-year old wooden floor.
I've been told it's not a bad story, so if you ever change your mind about fiction, and want to read about the blues...
I have no time for fiction. The real world is far more interesting.
This may be true, but there can be 'truth' in fiction. From Biblical parables to George Orwell's 1984.
Come to think of it , one of my favourite songs is Five Long Years, sung by Buddy Guy ,and I don't think he ever "got a job in a steel mill" . Songs are often fictional, but can end up being '3Chords and the Truth'. PT
Well I am usually not so strident and critical as i was in my earlier blurb...must have had a real bug up my...whatever. it is a great accomplishment to write a book, and i give the author much credit for his accomplishment, and the best of luck with sales.