The world is full of bad books written by amateurs. But why settle for the merely regrettable? Atlanta Nights is a bad book written by experts. -- T. Nielsen Hayden
Atlanta Nights is a book that could only have been produced by an author well-versed in believable storylines, set in conditions that exist today, with believable every-day characters. Accepted by a Traditional Publisher, it is certain to resonate with an audience. It fits their specialty like a glove.
All proceeds from this book go to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Emergency Medical Fund.
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"publish america conned by Travis Tea" Comedy is art. So this falls in the lines of art. I read little of the preview and less of the book. I want to take something away with me when I read something, whether it is a time investing novel or a quiet whisp musing over some lines of poetry. I am a writer and publishing is hard enough, with the query letters and the rejection, that sometimes all you want your work to do is to be read. This book was purposely and carefully crafted to be terrible, I agree. www.hi-poweradvertising.com www.timothysquires.biz.ly Atlanta Nights is a story worth telling and they purposely missed. I hope they find their muse before writing another novel and strive for greatness instead of 'the king wears no clothes' get it?LOL
"Re: Sheer Brilliance" i think the book made me feel nasuas,, confused and depressed ,and ugg it shows how upside down society is....it can stop creativity not make it go further,...that is what is sad but maybe people like that,im dizzy from looking at ands dont feel well,,thanks and it is a famous book how awful
"a basic primer how to on what not to do" I found a copy of this book at the free table in my local library and after recalling some buzz about it, I picked it up, took it home and read it. I must say, it's so bad it made my eyes and head hurt, yet so funny that I almost busted a gut from laughing so hard. I returned it to the library so some other person could pick it up, but left a vague note... "it's not what you think it is."
I received my copy of Atlanta Nights over the weekend. By the time I had read the first two paragraphs, it was clear this work would live up (down?) to everything I had heard. Kudos to the group of fine writers who stretched their skills to the max and produced Atlanta Nights. Perhaps certain "traditional" publishers will now think twice before denigrating the writing prowess of the fine men and women who produce thought provoking and highly literate works in the sci-fi and fantasy genres.
"This book should be featured on Oprah!" This is, without a doubt, the most enjoyable and entertaining book that I have ever read. The complex storylines, lifelike characters and realistic dialogue were unbelievable. I hope that so called authors like J.K. Rowling can learn a lesson from Travis Tea. I have just two questions:(1) When can we expect Atlanta Nights the movie to begin production?(2) Is Carrot Top available to star? His screen presence is perfectly suited for such a cinematic masterpiece as this.
"Atlanta Nights" I happen to personally know that the moment that the writers decided to market Atlanta Nights, they did so with the understanding that all profits would go to the chosen medical fund. Atlanta Nights in a hilarious manner shows exactly what a writer should not do when telling a tale. And as far as having a "carrier" [sic], Bobby, I'd much rather have a "career" [sic]. I give Atlanta Nights a five-star rating, or, as Lulu would have it, three thumbs up.
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