Post Festival Report: Contest Winners, Link to Free Rogues’ eBook

If you missed the Rogues at yesterday’s 2011 Florida Heritage Book Festival, you had missed an opportunity to win a free autographed copy of our group novel, The Method Writers, which will be released this November. Congratulations to our five winners: Rance, Cookie, Gary, Chris, and Lorraine. You’ll be notified by email shortly. Thanks to all who participated.

Yesterday, we were also handing out cards with a QR code that contained a link to a free copy of the Rogues Gallery Writers’ ebook, More Writing is Easy. Today we’re going to share that link with everyone, so please download your free PDF ebook here: FREE BOOK!!! 

More contains 9 additional Rogues stories that were not ready in time to make our collection, Writing is Easy. The stories include the 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award winner, Why Me?, Prelude and The Sunshine Bus Company (both ranked top ten in the Florida Writers Association collection Slices of Life, and Beware of Riptides (finalist for the 2011 RPLAs.)

At the Festival, the Rogues also premiered their mockumentary, Behind the Prose, which will soon be viewable on Kickstarter once our project has been posted. More information on our kickstarter project will soon be provided!

About Jeff Swesky

Author Jeff Swesky primarily writes literary fiction where the characters balance a razor sharp line between redemption and destruction. Jeff is a member of the Rogues Gallery Writers, who published a short story collaboration, "Writing Is Easy," and a group novel, "The Method Writers." He also ghostwrote the Holocaust memoir of Rabbi Samuel Cywiak titled, "Flight From Fear," and released a collection of his short stories titled, "Fell on Black Days." He's currently working on several projects, including his literary, coming-of-age novel, "Such a Dreamer," and the crime noir serial, "The Awakening of Kenny Black." View all posts by Jeff Swesky

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