Tag Archives: Andrew Oberg

Freedom’s Mask – Chapter 1, Part 5

This week’s post is the final portion of the first chapter of Andrew’s new novel, Freedom’s Mask (© 2017, ISBN: 978-1-976-40079-7). The book is NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK FROM ALL AMAZON OUTLETS! Get it today before the price goes up once it is also available through other retail outlets. An ebook version can also be […]

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Freedom’s Mask – Chapter 1, Part 4

Our preview of the first chapter of Andrew’s new novel, Freedom’s Mask (© 2017, ISBN: 978-1-976-40079-7) continues. The book will be available in all formats by mid-month – with plenty of time for the holidays. You can also find it here on Amazon Kindle’s new Scout campaign. Next week will be the final installment.   […]

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Freedom’s Mask – Chapter 1, Part 3

We continue our preview of the first chapter of Andrew’s new novel, Freedom’s Mask (© 2017, ISBN: 978-1-976-40079-7). The book will be available from tomorrow, 30 November, in digital format as part of Amazon Kindle’s new Scout campaign. Look for the paperback by mid-December, and keep checking in here for updates!   Chapter One, Part […]

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Freedom’s Mask – Chapter 1, Part 2

This week we continue our preview of the first chapter of Andrew’s new novel, Freedom’s Mask (© 2017, ISBN: 978-1-976-40079-7). The book will be available soon in both print and digital formats; look for the ebook next week and the paperback after that. But for now read it here first, only on DSB.   Chapter […]

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Freedom’s Mask – Chapter 1, Part 1

Over the next few weeks we’ll be previewing the first chapter of Andrew’s new novel, Freedom’s Mask (© 2017, ISBN: 978-1-976-40079-7). The book will be available soon in both print and digital formats, but you can read it here first. We hope you like it!   Chapter One, Part One I could feel the sun […]

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Off for summer/winter and new title on the way

To escape the heat and wish once more that we could join our Southern Hemisphere friends at this time of year, we will be taking a (well-deserved?) blogging break for a few weeks. We’ll be back in mid-September with a whole lot more lined up for the final third of 2017, including – drumroll please […]

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Let’s Hear It for Sam by Andrew Oberg

Our latest By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story showcase on the theme of Hollow continues this week with a little piece by me. Warning label: The following story is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, events, etc. are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. The […]

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Drinking Urine and Eating Livers, or “Oh no! What now?” by Andrew Oberg

The final work in our By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story and essay showcase on the theme of Regret comes from me, Andrew Oberg. I basically throw a wrench into the whole works with this short essay that aims to cut regret open and take a look at what’s inside. I hope you enjoy […]

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MSP by Andrew Oberg

Our By Prescription Only: Themed Writing short story and essay showcase continues. This week’s contribution on our theme of Faces is from soda jerk numero tres: Andrew Oberg. Covering our tukhuses: The following story is entirely a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, events, etc. are either the product of the author’s imagination […]

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Should we adjust for the times?

A couple of weeks ago Nick wrote a response to a piece on the purported death of the novel that raised some interesting points about value, expectations, reflective reading versus cursory reading, and consumer trends. It’s that last area that I’d like to consider in a little more depth here, specifically regarding whether or not […]

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