This book is exemplary in character appeal (or interest) and development. All main characters (including antagonists) are unique and fully fleshed out with compelling, layered motivations and traits. Secondary characters are unique and have a meaningful purpose.

--Judge, 29th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards

Backcover blurb...

Invisible in the night, a raven drone swooped down from its bird's eye view. Alone on the road, the pitch black van with a mini-helicopter hovering above it blended uniformly between the stars. The only object visible was the stadium lights. The tense, isolated passenger hunkered down in his seat chanting silently, No, no, no...


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Improvising to Beat the Band is a compilation of three novellas: Dieting after she Died; Love & All Its Glory (Is Never Going to Be for Me); Just Let Time Pass

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