Monday, November 28, 2016

A Thousand Miles Adds To The Piles!

The cat has to promote a new non rhyming book. That is so mean of Pat to do at my nook. But then he did write 75K words in 11 days with one hand. Yeah, bragging a bit in our land. This was probably one of the funniest he has ever done too as a new novel came due.


Will and Ray Stinger are two brothers that have not seen each other in over a decade. Will lives a simple life with his family and wants nothing to do with his self absorbed, reality TV star brother. But the two are brought together by the passing of their Uncle Frank who left them what could be the best gift of all, an ugly shoe pendant.

When the pendant breaks Will and Ray each take half and go their separate ways, suspecting to never see each other again. The next day all of that changes as they wake up in each other's body. Through the pendant they quickly experience life from the other's point of view. Not wanting to waste any time, they search for answers and soon learn that the only way to reverse it is to walk a thousand miles.

Will, Ray, Will's two young kids, Sarah and Oliver, and their dog, Sammy, set off across America to reverse what they believe to be a curse. And through one giant mishap, they now must do it while avoiding law enforcement, crazy Ray Stinger fans, gun toting hillbillies, Ruth and her master race and the many other colorful characters they meet along the way.

Sound interesting to you? A mix and match of two. Body swapping and a buddy road trip. Don't think anywhere that sail did ship. But who knows indeed. This idea popped in and sure wanted to take seed. So away Pat went with it. And it is more adult as one character is a douchebag and swears a bit. But that may end up less as the story does progress. I guess you will have to see what comes to pass as another non rhyming novel comes from my little rhyming ass.

Later all, have a nice fall.

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    1. 4 in a row
      In for the dough!

      Hank

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    2. Dough would be nice
      At any old price

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  2. A Thousand Miles Adds To The Piles!
    Non-rhyming ready to make one rile
    Written in 11 days
    A spectacular pace
    Tracing progress of the twins' guiles

    Hank

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  3. Congratulations, Pat! Holy crap, that's some fast writing. Even at NaNo speed that would take me six weeks.

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    1. Out it flowed at my sea
      Nano has nothing one me

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  4. Pat is a busy boy! Congrats at your shore!

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  5. Wow, that many words in 11 short days!
    Congrats on your new book.
    It certainly sounds interesting.
    I may have to take another look.

    betty

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    1. Thanks for another look
      Had fun with it at my nook

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  6. Hope many have a look
    at your shiny new book
    read it in their nook
    with their imagination shook
    or read it by a brook
    while baiting their hook
    In the kitchen while they cook
    or out crime fighting a crook!

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    1. haha many doing it all
      There at their stall
      That would work
      And be a perk
      Back from blogland break?
      After a thanksgiving partake.

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  7. You sure wrote that at top speed
    now, I have something new to read

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    1. Top speed it came
      But not my top speed claim

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  8. Congrats to Pat this very day
    Writes with gusto all the way
    Adventure lurks as pages turn
    Maybe he includes a worm

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    1. haha sure a worm has worked in
      To some tale that was given a spin

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  9. Damn, I don't know if I've written that many words in my lifetime. Well, that's an exaggeration, but maybe not that many in the past year.

    Best wishes on the book. Love the story concept.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. haha you may be close within a year
      As the a to z was near

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  10. congrats. You are one prolific dude. NaNo King without being in the ring. Wow

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    1. haha no need to join in
      As a new idea I spin

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  11. Wow! That's a lot of words and in such a short time.
    Congratulations. The story idea is intriguing. Adding it to my never ending list. Best of luck to you.
    (AOL lets me comment. Blogger does not. Go figure.)

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    1. Weird how blogger does that
      Glad it is intriguing where you're at

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  12. Congrats Pat! Sounds like those two we made for each other, maybe!

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  13. Pat, how do you write so fast? Good grief! lol CONGRATS!

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    1. lol when you have no life
      It can be written with little strife

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  14. Congrats, Pat! 75K in 11 days, I'm reeling. I think I've written about 6K in that amount of time. Ha ha.

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    1. haha nothing wrong with 6K
      9 days is my record now for completion of first draft at my bay

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  15. Congrats, Pat, on a new one. You write so fast!

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  16. Yikes! Switching bodies! That's a great story theme. And you wrote it in 11 days with only one hand.

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  17. One Thousand Miles in 11 days
    Did you say?
    In that time I can walk a lap
    But after that, I'd need a nap
    Congratulations and cheer
    For this fun one
    you brought here!

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    1. At least after the lap
      And the nap
      Another mile you can put in
      With chocolate and sin lol

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  18. Good job on the new book and it is a good one too. That is pretty speedy writing, for sure. Well done.

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    1. Speedy we can be
      When an idea comes to we

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  19. Wow that's a lot of books in such a short time! Congratulations on the new book, you write so fast :)

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  20. orlin N cassie....YAY !!!!! conga ratz two dad pat N heerz ta 93 bazillion in sales; thiz book sounds grate....we will tell de food gurl ta head over two that shoppin place N chex it out !!!! awesum ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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    1. Let the food service girl know
      Hope she enjoys the show

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  21. Congrats my Pat
    I tip my hat
    but what is that
    another cat

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  22. 75K words in 11 days???????? How???? Did your hand fall off afterwards?
    Congrats on the new book!

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    1. lol it needed a bit of a rest
      After putting it to that much of a test

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  23. Writing 75K words in 11 days with one hand- that is something to brag about! Congrats! Definitely sounds like an interesting idea. :)
    ~Jess

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  24. That's a lot of words. I'm having a hard time getting 200 words written in a week, hahaha (not kidding) Wishing you tons of good luck with the sales!

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    1. 200 you say?
      Well you just wrote 29 today

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  25. Woah, you have been a busy boy! Congrats on the new book. I do have I'm Gonna Be by The Proclaimers in my head now... I would walk 500 miles and I would walk 500 more.....

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    1. haha that tune can get stuck
      Making you go fluck

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  26. Congrats Pat hope the book does well.
    Yvonne.

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  27. This sounds excellent...like a Twilight Zone episode. What better way to understand the other than to walk in the other's shoes

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    1. Yep, sure learn a ton
      As away they run

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  28. A fun read might be had!
    Does it have words that are bad?
    Might have to review this one too
    Soon at my zoo...

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    1. haha plenty of words that are bad
      As the main guy swears a tad

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  29. This sounds like fun, Pat! And I love the concept! You write way faster than I can read! LOL Good luck with your new book!

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    1. haha writing away
      Just comes to my bay

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  30. A non-rhyming book?
    I'll take a look!

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    1. A few that don't rhyme now
      The cat will still meow

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  31. That's amazing that you were able to write 75K words in 11 days! You must have strong hand and arm muscles! A big congratulations on your new book.

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    1. I can get the job done
      1000 pushups can be given a run

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