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"POST CRASH" by my beautiful sister, Bethany Shady!

My super-talented sister just released her new book, Post Crash! This book marks the first release in a three-part series called “The Finneus Winch Trilogy.”

At 334 pages, this book has an impressive spine! Just like the Elephant Man!

"POST CRASH" by my beautiful sister, Bethany Shady!

What’s that? You want to know what the book is about? Well, okay!

POST CRASH: Finneus Winch Book One

After his father’s Royal Air Force plane is shot down, eleven-year-old Finneus Winch is sent to stay with his grandparents in the quiet town of Pickridge. But when a small Royal Mail airplane crashes in his grandparents’ backyard, Finn finds that Pickridge is far from boring. With the pilot nowhere to be found, Finn snatches a bag of post from the cargo hold just before the plane disappears. Finn sets off to deliver the post to the unusual residents of Pickridge, and along the way discovers that each letter contains a clue, and he’s being sent on a secret mission.

The book is labeled as middle-grade fiction for ages eight and up, but I thoroughly enjoyed it and I’m a bald guy pushing 40! Don’t judge me!

So what are you waiting for? Pick up a paperback or Kindle version (or both) here. If Nooks are your thing, you can pick up a copy here!

You can also get an autographed copy of the paperback (plus a free Tiny Ninja) if you order directly from Beth here!

More exclamation points!

So get reading, y’all. You’ll be glad you did.

Couldn’t be a prouder brother,


Author James Leigh (sometimes known in other circles as my sister Bethany) just published her first novel titled The Interview.

Here’s a short blurb about the book:

For the last five years, Orson Dodd has left his house for only three reasons: the occasional run to the grocery store to stock up on baby food and laxatives, his monthly road trip to Reno for a few days of Texas Hold ‘Em, and to the city to indulge in his new hobby of going on job interviews while pretending to be someone else. His routine is broken, however, when he meets Grace, the receptionist at the company of his latest interview, and decides to lie his way into her heart.

The Interview is available for purchase now as both a paperback ($13.99) and as a digital download ($5.00). Get your copy here.

James has two more novels slated for release this year: Building 64 and Post Crash. Stay tuned for more information on both books.

Waiting for the mailman to bring my copy,


Old Poop!