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  • November 28, 2016

A Thousand Miles


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So today is the day I release probably the funniest book I’ve written so far. The words just flowed out after the idea came to me in the shower. I had it written in 11 days, then came plenty of editing of course. Not sure why it popped in the shower though, but it did. 11 days isn’t my record in case you were wondering. I wrote The Disconnective in 9. (That one is not out until next year, along with the two other books in the trilogy. Whole trilogy done before I even release one.Yippeeee.)

Where was I? Oh yes. Today the cat and, of course Amazon, will have the usual blurb so here I’ll explain easily what it is. Some of the others like my A Not So ___ World series I can’t as easily because I mix everything into those. But this one I can with ease.

It is your buddy travel story, like say Midnight Run, mixed with a body swapping story, like say Vice Versa. Thus the reason for A Thousand Miles. As I took the old saying, “walk a thousand miles in their shoes,” and kicked it up a notch. Can’t say I recall it being done. But it could have been.

At least I hope it is more Midnight Run and less The Hot Chick. Of course I’d have to stoop really low to be anywhere near that God awful movie.

So there you are. Probably my last release of the year is here. A Thousand Miles they have to go to get their body back. Peak your interest? What would you do if you swapped bodies with a sibling? I’d walk those thousand miles some fast.

Enjoy life, forget the strife.


Alex J. Cavanaugh

2016-11-28 14:45:40 Reply

Midnight Run is an awesome film and I bet your book is just as good. Congratulations!

    Pat Hatt

    2016-11-28 16:01:36 Reply

    Damn good movie indeed. Hopefully half as good at least at my feed.


2016-11-28 22:26:35 Reply

And here I thought you were going to preview the next Ride the Rockies route! Congratulations on your next book and last book of the year! GREAT title!

    Pat Hatt

    2016-11-28 23:36:47 Reply

    haha be no riding for me. I’d break at my sea, so I’ll stick to writing.

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