Four From Left Field – Now Available

May 13, 2010

Four From Left Field

a short story collection

Authored by Perry P. Perkins

I dreamed the first chapters of a thousand not-so-great American novels, between the blue sky and the green grass of left field, waiting those interminable little-league innings. And, while I was never carried off the field on my teammate’s shoulders, and never trotted the bases for a homerun, I came away with something infinitely more valuable.

The dreams and visions I put to paper now may not be the same as the Technicolor odysseys that filled my younger eyes, but the seed from which these words come once fell to ground, rooted and grew tall in left field.

From a young wife’s revenge, to world killing comets, from an asexual future society, to man-eating grizzlies, FOUR FROM LEFT FIELD is a collection of my more bizarre flights of fancy, none of which has anything to do with baseball.

Available online at Burnin’ Love BBQ’s Amazon Store

Publication Date: May 06 2010
ISBN/EAN13: 1450571654 / 9781450571654
Page Count: 176
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5.25″ x 8″
Language: English

About the author:
Novelist, blogger, and award winning travel writer, Perry P. Perkins is a stay-at-home dad who lives with his wife Victoria and their two-year-old daughter Grace, in the Pacific Northwest. A student of Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writer’s Guild, his novels include Just Past Oysterville, Shoalwater Voices, and The Light at the End of the Tunnel.

Perry has written for hundreds of magazines and anthologies and his inspirational stories have been included in twelve Chicken Soup books. His first collection of outdoor humor, Elk Hunters Don’t Cry, released in 2009.

More of Perry’s work can be found at http://www.perryperkinsbooks.com


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