Saturday, July 9, 2011

Probability Angels - Jospeh Devlon

Bio: Joseph Devon was born in New Jersey and has been a pioneer in the
field of self-publishing since his first book, The Letter.  He is
known for his world-building literary style, instantly accessible
characters and poetic dialogue as well as the "26 Stories in 52 Weeks"
writing project from his website at

Product description: Matthew Huntington’s problems seem to keep
growing. Not only is he seeing things in garbage cans but his mentor
doesn’t think he’s working up to his full potential, his best friend
can’t offer any solace but drunken confusion and his wife is dying in
Central Park. Of course, the fact that Matthew himself died over two
decades ago isn’t helping things.
Step into a world where death is just the beginning and find out how a
2,000 year old Roman Slave, the summit of Mount Everest and a Japanese
ronin have to do with the fate of the world.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book? Probability Angels is
fast paced, thought provoking and full of imagination. Where else are
you going to find a book that brings together Isaac Newton, a
two-thousand year old Roman slave and Mount Everest?

Q: Why did you go indie? I wanted to experiment with better ways to
build an audience and share my work, like allowing free downloads and
Creative Commons licenses.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre? Neil Gaiman, Stephen
King, Cormac McCarthy.


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