WODEHOUSEBROKEN

From: Matthew David Brozik (brozik...)

Hullo, hullo. If it won't be too much a breach of protocol, I thought
I'd plug my new e-book: WODEHOUSEBROKEN—The More/Most Unlikely
Adventures that Bertie Wooster and His Man Jeeves (N)ever Had ...now
available for purchase as an e-book at Amazon, here:

http://amzn.to/KWCE3V

In the opening story (of 12), “By and By, Bertie”—which appeared in
the Fall 2012 issue of Redivider—Bertie Wooster wakes up one morning
to find himself changed in his bed into... a parakeet? Shades of
Kafka! Jeeves takes his annual vacation; the agency sends Bertie the
only valet it has available, and that valet is a robot, in “G.E.V.E.”
“Jeeves Your Own Adventure” allows the reader to play the role of
Jeeves himself! In “Back to the Wooster,” (Feathertale Review no. 8,
Summer 2011), Bertie, while in New York, is persuaded by a stranger to
take a quick car ride... to the year 1967! And in “Jeeves and Wayne,”
Jeeves helps the Batman begin.

About me: I’m a co-author of THE GOVERNMENT MANUAL FOR NEW
SUPERHEROES, THE GOVERNMENT MANUAL FOR NEW WIZARDS, and THE GOVERNMENT
MANUAL FOR NEW PIRATES (Andrews McMeel). My short, quirky fiction and
humor pieces have appeared in/at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency...
Adult Swim… Popcorn Fiction... and various and sundry other places
online and in print.

You'll love WODEHOUSEBROKEN. And then maybe you'll tell everyone you
know about it! And I will be forever grateful!

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