Monday, May 8, 2017

The Connective Today Is On Display!

So Pat is back on the non rhyming spree. He sure is doing a lot of that at our sea. The cat should scratch him for that. But then it could be a hit at our blog mat. So I will let it go as a new novel does show.


Travis, Sally and their mother are seeking a fresh start in a new town after an accident claimed their father's life. They arrive in Queens County, each ready to try and put the pieces of their family back together. The slow pace of the rural community seems to be the place to do just that until a neighbor's warning comes to be. After one night in this sleepy community Sally and her mother are merged into The Connective. 

Now Travis is left alone to fend against The Connective. His many questions needing answers so he can save his sister and mother from their clutches. He seeks out his neighbor, Billy, and begins to learn what The Connective is and its true purpose. The more he learns, the more fearful he becomes for his family, his new friends and his very life.

With an ancient evil hovering over his family, Travis will stop at nothing to unravel the mystery surrounding Queens County. It will lead him to places he never knew existed and things he never wanted to believe could exist. A power as old as time itself lurks in the shadows and it is up to Travis and his friends to stop it in order to escape Queens County with their lives.

Sound good to you? Another new genre kinda came due. Pat is branching out every which way. Did you know he actually used real places this time at our bay? Instead of just making names up at our sea. It just wanted to come to be. So be sure you aren't near The Connective mass. They would sure scare my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

74 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Pat! How many is this now?

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    1. 110 out now at our sea
      With more coming to be

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    2. Impressing is fun
      As more are spun

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    3. Quick as a flash
      Beats that series called Mash

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    4. They had more
      At their shore

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  2. Nice you are branching out

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    1. Going every which way
      With what pops in at my bay

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  3. Congrats on the new book, it sounds mysterious and of course I will be buying the book! The cover is eerie and well done.

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    1. Cover did turn out well
      As I went a bit different for a spell

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  4. Congrats. If you used real places for your scary story, I don't want to visit them.

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    1. Real names were used at our sea
      But they really aren't, that we know of, creepy

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  5. Congratulations, stories flow
    Many books are on the show
    The story line is great indeed
    Soon the book will take the lead

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    1. A lead so fine
      Millions align lol

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  6. Look at you go! This seems to be a different path for you but it showcases how talented you truly are.

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    1. A different path indeed
      As it wanted to take seed

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  7. Your imagination precedes you!

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    1. Knows no bounds
      Which could leave us on crazy grounds

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  8. Seems like an interesting plot
    For your new book
    I might have to
    Give it a look.

    Congrats!

    Betty

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    1. Thanks indeed
      For any look coming to seed

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  9. Wow, this sounds like an eerie tale!
    Just the description leaves me pale!
    Congrats on another book
    Of which I may have to take a look!

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    1. Eerie figured was worth a go
      And so I did at our show

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  10. Congrats on the new release. Wishing you lots of sales. Sounds pretty scary. I'll do a review as soon as I finish.

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    1. Thanks a lot
      Hope your attention stays caught

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  11. iCongrats Pat, it does sound creepy cool!

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    1. Creepy cool works for us
      As another boards our bus

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  12. Congrats. You are branching out- creepy creeping. Good luck!!

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    1. Branching every which way
      Here at our bay

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  13. Congratulations! You are a talented writer!!! I love eerie stories and hope this book creeps everyone out. :)

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    1. Not sure it will super creep
      But we'll see when few make the leap

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  14. The Connective Today Is On Display!
    Congrats on branching out at play
    Looks to be a bit creepy
    Looks to be a bit eerie
    Expecting the unexpected any day!

    Hank


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    1. That is the way
      With the unexpected at play

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  15. We're suckers for horror. This sounds damn cool regardless, but you had us at 'ancient evil'. Is there any better kind of evil? New evil is just lazy.

    We'll definitely be getting this one!

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    1. Yeah, new evil just doesn't have the same ring
      Makes the new evil guy look like a dingaling

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  16. Good for you - branching out into horrifying and yet still child friendly territory. And thank you for relieving me of the need to comment in non-rhyming fashion.
    Congratulations Pat!

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    1. haha relieved you for a day
      Yeah, still child friendly, mostly, with this one at our bay

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  17. Branching out is kind of like a good cat stretch. It feels wonderful and loosens up the old muscles. Great job!

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    1. That it does
      Adding some new buzz

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  18. Congratulations! It sounds like an awesome story.

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    1. Thanks indeed
      As a new one takes seed

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  19. Good idea to get a good story going even though it sounds a little scary but nothing wrong with that. We like this new turn.

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    1. When going have to go with it
      A new turn for a bit

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  20. orlin N cassie; this new book oh dadz soundz GRATE !!!! we iz big time inta scaree heer; afturr all we see de food gurl everee day N thatz plentee scaree...best fishez two dad N heerz two a bazillion in salez ~~ ♥♥☺☺

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    1. lol burned into your brain now
      Do you give her a meow?

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  21. Congrats on the new book
    and all the work it took
    so friendship's not mistook
    I shared this on Facebook

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    1. Thanks for the share
      At your lair

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  22. Change is strange mostly
    And sometimes costly
    But I love what I see
    Best wishes to thee

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    1. Change is fine here
      With my rhyming rear

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  23. Another one....congrats Pat ~ Good that you are branching out ~

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    1. A new limb to the tree
      Here at our sea

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  24. So the moral of the story might be,
    don't run off to a new city! hahaha.
    Sounds like a great read
    as another book takes seed!

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    1. Yeah, stay put at home
      Never ever roam

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  25. A mystery and ancient evil, what an intriguing combination. Trying new things is always fun. This sounds like a very good one.

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    1. Away we shall try
      As another tale does fly

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  26. Wow, how cool! The book sounds scary and exciting! The cover looks great, too!

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    1. Cover did turn out good indeed
      As I had it take seed

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  27. Nice job cranking out another work. What are you trying to do?--Stock the Pat Hatt Public Library?

    Sounds like a creepy tale. Hope you stir tons of fright with this book.


    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Have to keep them in stock
      For when they knock

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  28. Congrats Pat enjoyed the read. well done.

    Yvonne.

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  29. I do love a good, creepy story! Congrats on the addition of another book to your ever growing pile :)

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    1. Pile is above me now
      But I still write away some how

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  30. The Connective is exactly the kind of book I used to love reading as a kid. Heck, I still love reading that kind of book.

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    1. Bringing childhood memories back
      Sure works for our shack

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  31. Oh, this looks cool
    And creepy and scary
    Should I leave the lights on
    To avoid something hairy?

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    1. haha don't think the lights are needed
      But just in case they can be seeded

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