It was one of those rushed kind of days where I have learned that “good enough” is better than stressing or not at all. The end though, talking with author Bracken Macleod about his book, Mountain Home, was worth it.
He was nice enough to read parts of his book to us, and the story was so well written and tightly packed with the story meat rather than fat… I didn’t want him to stop. I’m purchasing a copy of Mountain Home as soon as this post is done and I’m looking forward to diving back into this world he created.
In the meantime, be sure to listen to tonight’s interview to hear this brilliant book for yourself. Here’s a little bit about Bracken from his bio on Amazon:
Bracken MacLeod has worked as a martial arts teacher, a college philosophy instructor, at a children’s non-profit, and as a criminal and civil trial attorney. While he does his best to avoid using the law education, he occasionally finds uses for martial arts and philosophy. His work has appeared in Sex and Murder Magazine, The Siren’s Call e-zine, and twice in Every Day Fiction. He also has stories in the anthologies, The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes, Anthology: Year One, and most recently in Femme Fatale: Erotic Stories of Dangerous Women from Go Deeper Press.
His first novel, MOUNTAIN HOME, is available from Books of the Dead Press.