I am presently cobbling a third book tentatively titled, "I'm Afraid of Everything." The title betrays what can only be regarded as an odyssey, the protagonist of which mysteriously vanishes behind the locked doors of a mental health facility and, with the aid of mass social hysteria and the cult of celebrity, emerges into a bizarre arena of unprecedented success and demise. Hold on to your own sanity when this mother is released. HH
Author Harry Hughes is a veteran of both the Viet Nam War and the Woodstock festival. He is also an award winning song writer and a recently retired college professor with a Ph.D. in biopsychology. Seven years of his life in New York is the subject of the National Book Critics Circle Award nominated book, Homefires by Donald Katz (Harper Collins Press, 1992). Harry's short story, A River Too Distant, was published, along with works by Edward Albee and Joseph Heller, in Hampton Shorts, Vol. 3, 1998.
My first two books of fiction, THE BAIT SHACK and HORSESHOES, were published in paperback (with an e-book digital version also available) by BeWrite Books. Both were available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and all other major online bookstores.
However, BeWrite Books has recently folded and my two books are now available only from second-hand book sellers. The right to republish these books is now available to top-shelf publishers interested in producing printed and e-copies of each or both.
Contact Harry at firstname.lastname@example.org.