Is that book any good?
Maybe. We haven’t heard otherwise.
We haven’t heard anything, actually.
A Readable Reader includes selections from the below two books, as well as from other sources. The book’s hope is reflected in its title: that these writings are fun, engaging, rewarding reads that pull readers along, so they needn’t power themselves forward, but can rely upon the (accessible!) Beauty of the words.
For a little about “Superhero Novella” and “A Readable Reader”, and an offer for free ebook versions of either one, go to Book Give-Away, Looking for a Demographic
Love at a Reasonable Price, Volume I: First Loves:
No one seems to be able to get through this first book of ours.
So we’re not particularly pushing it. A Readable Reader<.u> contains several of the most reader-friendly selections of this and other works, including the untried “First Essays” below.
Diary of an Adamant Seducer (tales of the current crisis at Skullvalley After Whistletown, Booksellers Extraordinaire) is next.
We set all the many old tumbling-over updates off to one side
Everything on the site is authored by Bartleby Willard, who never was and probably never will be; edited by the equally implausible Ambrose “Amble” or “Andy” Whistletown, and copyrighted by Andrew Mackenzie Watson, who–at least to those of us mired in the realm of appearances–seems to be.
This is a production of American Turkey Printshop – “Ben Franklin says we’re a noble bird!”
This is a production of Modgepanc Bookmakers – “If it’s not in our mind-plan, it shouldn’t be on your shelf!”
This is a production of any number of other made-up enterprises.