One of the reasons why I’m writing this is because I’ll be having facial surgery in Farmington, Connecticut later on this week (which is, more or less, an outpatient thing) – and after I get this posted, I’m putting my writing career on hold until after the surgery.
First off, I’ve just written my latest short story – Curse Of The Gun – which you can not only purchase from AtContent’s website (for only $2.50), but also repost and promote it in order to it to receive a wider audience (and get a percentage of the profits). The link for it is as follows:
As for why I wrote that short story – it was inspired in part by an article that media personality Colin McEnroe wrote for the Hartford Courant a few weeks ago, not long after the shooting incident in Newtown, Connecticut almost two months ago. Basically, it’s what happens when a gun owner’s controversial opinions on gun control laws plunge him into a nightmarish situation that’s definitely no dream. I’d give you more details – but you’ll get a good idea of what I mean when you read the short story itself.
And speaking of short stories – please check out Tales Of The Psychiatrist, my latest literary effort which is only available in e-book format. To learn more about it, as well as where to purchase it from – please visit my official website. And as for my other writing projects – I’ll resume them after my facial surgery on Friday morning. Ciao!
John Lavernoich is the author of the novels Code Name: Chameleons (published by iUniverse/Writers Club Press) and Chameleons To The Rescue (published by Lulu Books/Highroad Books), and the recently published short story e-book collection Tales Of The Psychiatrist (published by Booktango), as well as various non-fiction articles and short stories that have been published in print and on the Internet — to learn more about Mr. Lavernoich and his writing achievements, please visit his official website (http://johnlavernoich.sharepoint.com), as well as his pages on Windows Live Spaces (http://cid-ef88d131988ab38f.profile.live.com), Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/john.lavernoich?ref=name), MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/jlavernoich), Twitter (http://twitter.com/JLav65), and WordPress (http://johnlav.wordpress.com). Mr. Lavernoich also maintains his own video channel on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/JLav65?feature=mhsn), his own Author Spotlight page on Lulu Books‘ website (http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Highroad), and his own Profile Page on Amazon Studios‘ website (http://studios.amazon.com/users/59488).
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