My Year as a Clown is part of a Book Club contest this month through TLC Book Tours, a company that specializes in promoting quality books. They don’t take just any old book and they have a great relationship with book clubs around the world. One lucky group will get ten physical copies of my novel. If you’re part of club, enter the contest here.… Read the rest
Here’s a song from the gig last week where I opened for Declan O’Rourke in Fairfield, CT. We had a sold-out show.
With the Flatlanders in New York playing Carnegie Hall this week, I thought I’d share what Jimmie Dale Gilmore said about my book. I’ve known Jimmie for many years, but it was still a surprise to get a call from him about my book. To be honest, that’s about as good as it gets. If you’re in NYC on April 13th, his show is not to be missed.
“When we first meet Chuck Morgan, the main character in Robert Steven Williams’ new novel, My Year as a Clown, he’s broken, twisted and confused. And that’s what makes him so interesting. Like other intriguing literary heroes, Chuck is at his best after life has knocked him to the ground, forcing him to find a new way to be strong again; damaged maybe, but more confident this time, with a kinder, more open heart.” — Jimmie Dale Gilmore, singer, songwriter, guitarist, member of the Flatlanders
Thanks Jimmie.… Read the rest