A New Review! Brief but Sweet!

I got a new review from a reader, and this one I’m dead chuffed over:

Medousa takes a monster and makes her human in a literary story that draws on classical mythology and weaves an engaging prose narrative. Recommended for those of us who revel in the myths and appreciate a new approach. 

I never would have thought anyone would call my work “literary,” but I am extremely flattered and happy about it! And at the risk of self-flattery, I must say, this is probably the best single-sentence description of my book I’ve seen yet.

Go have a read! Medousa 

If you enjoy it, please leave a review. If you don’t enjoy it, please go to Amazon and buy a physical copy of the novel, anyway; at 2.4lbs, it’ll make a great doorstop, and at 662 pages, it’ll keep your privy well stocked with high-quality paper for a long time!

About Michael Butchin

I was born, according to the official records, in the Year of the Ram, under the Element of Fire, when Johnson ruled the land with a heavy heart; in the Cradle of Liberty, to a family of bohemians. I studied Chinese language and literature at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. I spent some years in Taiwan teaching kindergarten during the day, and ESOL during the evenings. I currently work as a faceless drone in a corporate call center, and am an unlikely martial artist. I have spent much of my life amongst actors, singers, movie stars, beautiful cultists, Taoist immortals, renegade monks, and at least one martial arts tzaddik. I currently reside in my dead grandparents’ house, alone, with an impressive collection of martial arts weapons, where I practice and train daily. I am not currently on any medications.
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