Wobbly Barstool in currently included in a giveaway on Goodreads.com. Ten lucky winners will receive a hardcover copy for free! Contest ends November 2, 2012.
Now you can look inside Wobbly Barstool on Amazon.com. Wobbly begs to assure you that it won't hurt him a bit. http://www.amazon.com/Wobbly-Barstool-Jane-Lowy/dp/0985157127/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1347571559&sr=8-1&keywords=wobbly+barstool
A fictional fellow named Wobbly
set out to bring cheer to the mob-ly
"And thought I exist but in thought, I'll persist,"
he said, and I think he might, prob'ly
David and I are working to get the e-book out there. There are a few bumps in the road, but it should be out in October, if all goes well.
There is a CD or MP3 download available of David, Orion, and me from 2002. Check it out, if you've a mind to! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/rhythmickisses
Wobbly is now on Twitter! Follow him at https://twitter.com/WobblyBarstool
He'll no doubt appreciate it, if you do.
Wobbly is now on Facebook! Though he is somewhat perplexed by this turn of events, he is endeavoring to make to best of it. Visit facebook.com/wobbly.barstool to become his friend (and he's a very friendly sort, you know).
We thought it also might be useful to clarify that the name Baddonschilde is syllablically divided Bad-dons-childe.
David thought that it might be helpful to Americans to point out that the words "Mamma" and "Papa" in Wobbly Barstool are pronounced the British way, with the stress on the second syllable in each word like so: mamMA and paPA.
Welcome to my blog!
I was tickled pink by the launch party for Wobbly Barstool that my wonderful husband, David, so deftly and creatively organized for me on April 29th at the Black Labrador restuarant and pub. Well done, David! Thanks so much to everyone who attended and helped to make the book launch so special.
I'm the author of the literary novel Wobbly Barstool, a Victorian-era tale of friendship, love, and perseverance.