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Eddie Coyne loves playing the horses. In a last ditch effort to prove he’s not a loser in his family’s eyes, Eddie places an impossible bet on a long shot and hits pay dirt.
Before he can cash in, a greedy hoodlum looking to cash in on Eddie’s winnings leaves him for dead. Dying, Eddie wakes up in the presence of the Jesses, a monolithic group of six whose job it is to decide who enters heaven and who enters hell.
Much thanks to Val Penny and her blog Val Penny's Book Reviews for allowing me to participate in her wonderful 5 Questions of Writing.
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Just in: Humbled to be part of the amazing anthology, Making Good Time, about the tribulations of travel in South Florida. Scan the contributing authors - wow!
News: Pedal is an Amazon Best Seller!
Pedal is the story of a 49-year-old elementary school music teacher who is fired and struggles to reclaim her life back through bicycle racing. More than a sports book, Pedal is a contemporary family drama based around the theme of daring to change and how ordinary people handle life’s turning points. For information check out the Pedal page.
Latest Interviews: On my (oh so secret) Interview Page I discuss with a host of wonderful people everything from my latest books to my writing influences to what I like on my french fries. (Kidding on that last one - it's ketchup.)
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To Dream book launch was a success! Thank you to all who attended. You made the evening truly memorable. For more photos and a review of the event see my PICTURES page.
Take a peek at the new interviews I did for top blogs Miami Writers and Books, and Edge of Insanity. Thank you Neil Crabtree and Anthony Avila for the insightful questions!
To Dream: Anatomy of a Humachine
has been released!
This science fiction thriller spans two centuries, crosses two planets and centers on J-1, an artificial intelligence struggling to find his humanity.
John Dufresne has called the novel, "Savvy and Unnerving." Cover by artist extraordinaire Dean Samed.
In hard cover and e-book. Available on Amazon or better yet, through IFWG Publishing.
Who the heck is this guy?
Glad you asked that question! My name is Louis. Officially, Louis K. Lowy. A former firefighter, I am the recipient of the Florida Invidual Artist Award and received my MFA in creative writing at Florida International University.
My stories have appeared in, among others, New Plains Review, Pushing Out the Boat, The MacGuffin Magazine and The Chaffey Review. My humor poem “Poetry Workshop (Mary had a little lamb)" was runner-up of the 2009 Winning Writers Wergle Flomp Poetry Contest.
My first published novel, Die Laughing, is a humorously dark sci-fi adventure set in the 1950's of flying saucers, communist paranoia and live television. Check out my Die Laughing page for information and a quick video trailer. In the trailer you'll see The Blob, Elvis Presley, and Hedda Hopper. How's that for a trio?
Currently, I am polishing up my sixth novel. Besides writing, I play bass guitar.
My favorite bass to play is my 1970's Fender Precision. My most well known band was Hemlock, which had the dance hits “Disco Break” "Drive Me Crazy" and “Body Rhythm.” I live in Miami Lakes, FL with my wife. We have a son in Seattle who is studying Asian Literature, a daughter who recently received her Bachelor of Arts degree, and a lovable Yorkie named KC.
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Pedal voted Book of the Month by Long and Short Reviews' readers!
To Dream: Anatomy of a Humachine
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