You Won’t Be Singing the Blues

My review of Resurrection Blues by Josh Langston.  If you like fun, fast paced, entertaining reads you really need to pick up some of his work.  Go now.  Buy.  Read.  Enjoy.

RESURRECTION BLUES opens with this line, “Trey opened his door to the first line of a joke: An Indian, a dwarf, and a biker walk into a bar…” It just keeps getting better after that. And if you think the Indian, the dwarf, and the biker are going to be the most engaging characters, think again. The cast of Resurrection Blues is an interesting and varied one, weaving in and out of several storylines culminating in the surprising conclusion. Once again, Josh Langston blends humor and wit with an entertaining writing style, and well fleshed out characters you are going to love to hate, and cheer. Fast paced and light, your time spent in Resurrection, the town that doesn’t exist, will be a well spent escape.

Available at Amazon & Smashwords.

And, because I owe one from yesterday, my ROW80 check-in.  Editing still going strong with some excellent input and suggestions from my beta.  Other writing in fits and spurts between editing and life.  Blog posts…. so far behind it’s failed to be humorous.  Just when I think I’ve got some breath to catch up (and I have two blog awards to catch up on as well) something comes around and slaps me.

Well, as they say, what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger . . . or ends up in one of our plots!

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4 responses

  1. Thanks for the book recommendation and the update!

    January 23, 2012 at 4:58 pm

  2. snagglewordz

    Geez blogging is dangerous. The list of ‘to read’ books on my Kindle just got longer! Good work on the editing. 🙂

    January 24, 2012 at 2:51 am

    • Love Josh’s writing, even though out of my typical genre. His humor appeals to me.

      January 25, 2012 at 8:17 am

  3. Great book review. My to read list just got a little longer. More like Santa’s naughty list long.

    January 26, 2012 at 4:21 pm

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