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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"You've Ruined Me For All Other Books" I think I shall never read again, for any other words will only pale in a very limp comparison to this, the Most Believable Book That Ever Was, the Stunning Masterpiece that caused the frontal lobe of my cerebral cortex to eject itself through my ear, go for a walk, hurl itself off a cliff, then return to me. Different than before. Not the same. This book tackles life's greatest mysteries head-on and, I dare to say, provides a level of insight you've never seen before. I was heading for a life of despair, down the wrong path, until this book came and set me free. "She’d choked to death on a cocktail frank while watching infomercial," I read, and o! How I shuddered that I might befall the same fate. You saved my life, Mr. Tea. I put down my cocktail frank right there and changed the channel to Animal Planet. You don't even know me, but I want to thank you for saving my life. Bravo. Bravo, I say, Mr. Tea. This reader thinks... More > you've earned your place in the literary canon, and will always have a special place in my heart carved out just for you.< Less
"Atlanta Nights" This book has changed my life. Yes, you too (if taking the proper medications) can enjoy a story of the magnitude seldom seen in publications without cheap staples. In all honesty, I applaud the authors of this text, for they achieved what they set out to do.
"Thank You" Most folks have written hilarious reviews, and I thought about writing one as well. But in all seriousness, thanks. I'm a writer working on my first novel; I've published a few short stories, been both an active and inactive Critter, you know how it is when you're starting out. Thanks for being farther along, for sticking up for those of us who might not otherwise know better, and for donating the proceeds of this truly terrible book to a truly terrific cause. You rock, and you've got my 12 bucks.
"Atlanta Nights" I am happy to note that my wife's requirement that we own the cover of this book enabled me to buy The Hardball Times 2004 Annual, and I wish to thank all the members of Travis Tea who are not myself for the opportunity to establish a Lulu account.
"Atlanta Nights" Reading so many adulacious but off-the-mark reviews of Atlanta Nights stimulates me to clarify its actual significance: the book is a coded message containing the answer to the age-old question "who wrote Shakespeare?" Deconstruct the text, overlay with Cheerios nutritional info, and you will see the answer: Philip Marlow.
"This is the BEST book I read this week!" I laughed so hard at the storyline, the plot, the characters, that my gut hurt. This is the most extreme display of quality that Publish America puts out. I am so impressed that Mr. Tea (Still laughing about that name) took the time to do this. Becca krinkles nose and shut's down PC. Too much!
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