This week, be the FIRST to answer ANY ONE of the following question and win a FREE audio copy of Doc’s Codicil. Send you answers to www.garyfjones.com/contact 2. One-humped camels are _________ camels 3. The top two milk producing states in the U.S. are _______ and _______ 4. Name three of the four top beer […]
Today, Nov 21, Edgar’s Books Blog interviews me about “Doc’s Codicil,” an award-winning comic mystery set around Christmas. Read the interview and enter $20 gift card give away at http://edgarbooks.blogspot.com/2016/11/docs-codicil-by-gary-f-jones-book-tour.html
Today, Nov. 10, the virtual tour of the award winning Christmas mystery “Doc’s Codicil” continues at http://straightfromlibrary.blogspot.com/
Since 1982 the English department at San Jose State University has sponsored the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, a whimsical literary competition that challenges entrants to compose the opening sentence to the worst of all possible novels. Here are this year’s winners. 10) “As a scientist, Throckmorton knew that if he were ever to break wind in […]
November 7, Long and Short Reviews will feature an interview with me about “Doc’s Codicil.” Read it on Nov 7 at http://www.longandshortreviews.com November 8, Elaine Cantrell will carry an interview about “Doc’s Codicil.” Read it at http://www.elainepcantrell.blogspot.com November 9, Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews will have an interview with me about “Doc’s Codicil.” Take a […]
Suggested Book Club Questions for Doc’s Codicil and A Jerk, A Jihad, and a Virus
Something to think about with the election coming up and confident politicians telling us what they will do on issues of war and peace: Count Axel Oxenstierna, Chancellor of Sweden during the 30 years war and later under Queen Christina, told his son, “Know my son with how little wisdom the world is governed.” Almost […]
A preview: the rest of Chapter 2 and all of Chapter 3 of Doc’s Codicil are now available for review at www.garyfjones.com/books.
I was reminded again how easy it is to brighten someone’s day with a smile or a kind word. We should all do it more often.
Release Date: October 21, 2015 Synopsis: When Wisconsin veterinarian Doc dies, his family learns that to inherit his fortune, they must decipher the cryptic codicil he added to his will—“Take Doofus squirrel-fishing”—and they can only do that by talking to Doc’s friends, reading the memoir Doc wrote of a Christmas season decades earlier, searching through […]