We’re happy to share that Truck: A Love Story has been announced as the Kindle Book of the Month. From now until January 4, you can download the ebook for just $1.99 wherever you buy ebooks (Kindle, Nook, iBooks, etc.–see links below).
From USA Today—“A delightful, quirky account of a year in a mid-American life restoring a 1951 International Harvester, cultivating a garden, and falling in love.”
Click the links below to download—or to share with a friend if you’ve read it already.
- Kindle: http://goo.gl/xLDyNz
- Nook: http://goo.gl/a9I7OD
- iBooks: http://goo.gl/4PxfBk
- Google: http://goo.gl/ihqfUZ
- Kobo: http://goo.gl/LA6hs0
Thank you for all your support, from reading the books to attending the shows. Mike takes none of it for granted, and is up there in the room over the garage, typing right now.
About Truck…“All I wanted to do was fix my old pickup truck,” says Michael Perry. “That, and plant my garden. Then I met this woman. . . .” Truck: A Love Story recounts a year in which Perry struggles to grow his own food (“Seed catalogs are responsible for more unfulfilled fantasies than Enron and Penthouse combined”), live peaceably with his neighbors (one test-fires his black powder rifle in the alley; another’s best Sunday shirt reads 100 PERCENT WHUP-ASS), and sort out his love life. But along the way, he sets his hair on fire, is attacked by wild turkeys, takes a date to the fire department chicken dinner, and proposes marriage to a woman in New Orleans. As with Population: 485, much of the spirit of Truck: A Love Story may be found in the characters Perry meets: a one-eyed land surveyor, a paraplegic biker who rigs a sidecar so that his quadriplegic pal can ride along, a bartender who refuses to sell light beer, an enchanting woman who never existed, and half the staff of National Public Radio.
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