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The Return of Future Joe

Future Joe checks out our upcoming book launch… and it doesn’t look good.

A Time and a Place, in wide release Oct 1st, 2017:
Publisher’s Weekly Review of A Time and a Place

Book Launch of A Time and a Place:
October 26 19:00–21:00
Merril Collection reading room 3rd floor 239 College Street Toronto Public Library. Hope to see you there!

Assorted Nonsense XII: Telepathic Siberian Forest Cat

Introducing my telepathic Siberian Forest Cat, Lily…

A Time and a Place, in wide release Oct 1st, 2017:
Publisher’s Weekly Review of A Time and a Place

The Blue Shank Road

Assorted Nonsense Episode VIII: My brother-in-law (and fellow author) Brian Wyvill and I visit the Blue Shank Road outside Summerside PEI, where Barnabus J. Wildebear and Doctor Peter Humphrey first return to Prince Edward Island following their trip through the gate in my novel A Time and a Place.

A Time and a Place, in wide release Oct 1st, 2017:
Publisher’s Weekly Review of A Time and a Place

Assorted Nonsense Episode V: Reviews

Assorted Nonsense Episode V: “Reviews”

In which we discuss reviews of A Time and a Place, some good and some… otherwise.

A Time and a Place, in wide release Oct 1st, 2017:
Publisher’s Weekly Review of A Time and a Place

Readers Write

From reader Brian Wyvill on A Time and a Place:

Brian Wyvill

“What a great book – couldn’t put it down! I found Wildebear to be a fascinating character study; in some ways a typical man of his generation so easy for us to identify with, but unlike most of us he finds great strength from within and many will admire that. Joe Mahoney places this quirky character into a strange and fascinating set of fantasy worlds creating a wild, wild ride! An intricate plot laced with Mahoney humour and excellent writing makes this a must read for all lovers of good books..”

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