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About to publish!

Matthew Butler's next adventure; Butler's Island will be available for fans to read on our website on the evening of November 14th.

 We're very excited to publish and don't want any  more delays, but we don't know when our cover will be ready.  After spending hours on the internet, unsuccessfully looking for a stock image that would be suitable, we have hired artist Paul Strahm to paint it for us.

  As soon as the cover is ready, it will be available from all the usual sources;…


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Added by Sally Pomeroy on November 8, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments

To Rewrite or not?

We made Butler Did It!  free last week, .99 cents on Amazon because I have yet to figure out how to make it free there.  The result was a HUGE increase in downloads.  It's so cool to think that that many people were at least tempted to read it.

 I wish I knew what they thought of it.  The feedback we have gotten has been good overall, with our two most honest and critical family saying they thought it dragged until Kobi jumps off the yacht.  We have considered rewriting and re-posting…


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Added by Sally Pomeroy on April 9, 2011 at 9:23pm — 2 Comments

First paragraph of Butler's next adventure

  We've begun writing.  Just came up with this scene to open the book.. What do you think?

It was not their fault, really.  Well, mostly not.  Matthew Butler, Tommy Cooper, and the little dog Jack emerged from Mobile Bay like Swamp Thing II, their powder blue tuxedos dripping with mud and rotted weeds.  On the expansive lawn in front of them sat three hundred fifty close friends and relatives, dressed in their Sunday best.  A murmur ran through the crowd.  The bride, an… Continue

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Added by Sally Pomeroy on March 25, 2011 at 9:07pm — 2 Comments

the first few pages of Butler Did It!



Tommy Cooper jumped into the passenger seat of the battered jeep pickup.

“Did you find any Tequila?” asked Matthew Butler, not looking up from the map he was examining. 

“No,” Tommy replied, “I had to settle for Rum.  I guess there’s not much call for Tequila in Kenya.  I also got Captain Z his Johnny Walker.  For beer, I got plenty of Tusker, the Budweiser of Africa.  I grabbed the last of the Guinness, and to round out the order, I got 10 cases…


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Added by Sally Pomeroy on March 9, 2011 at 7:00am — 2 Comments

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