A Dream Goes On Forever

Thanks for visiting THE DREAM MECHANIC for a tune-up!

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

 I’m trying to earn money for golf, fishing, and lottery tickets by promoting one of my novels, The Dream Mechanic,  available in print and for Kindle at:

The Dream Mechanic is a southern gothic journey back to the Me Decade when credit card debt was tax deductible and businesses that lost money were profitable.

Wilbur Dobbs takes a job as a dream mechanic setting up waterbeds so that he can pay back his National Defense Student Loan from the University of Urban Failures and the Record Club of America for three hundred copies of In The Court of The Crimson King. Wilbur is fed, clothed, liquored, stoned, entertained, loved, hated, and abused by a variety of people from the Me Decade. One of them is a thirty million dollar soda pop heiress.

It’s an entertaining novel reminiscent of A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole.

Thanks for spreading the word!



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