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October 19, 2015

Blog Tour: The Book of Names by Royce Leville – Spotlight and Giveaway

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Hello readers, and welcome to our Tour Stop for

The Book of Names by Royce Leville!

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Blog Tour:  The Book of Names by Royce Leville – Spotlight and Giveaway

Strange situations, unsolvable problems, secret lives, redemption and revenge.

Who are the people behind the names? Frankie, Pavel, Willard, Esmeralda, Milo, Shannon ... these are just some of the stories in The Book of Names. There’s a benevolent locksmith with keys to every lock in town. There’s a serial-killing vet who harvests his victims’ organs. A paediatrician battling her own imaginary friends. A group of men locked inside a container, stranded at a harbour somewhere. A performance artist who can open a bottle of champagne in an extraordinary way. And more. Royce Leville’s second book is a mesmerizing collection of the bizarre, the off-kilter, the strangely normal and the cleverly humorous.

Winner of the Australia/New Zealand category in the 2015 IPPYs.

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The Book of Names by Royce Leville
Published by: Ripple Books  on January 13, 2015

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About Royce Leville

Royce Leville is a pseudonym of the Australian writer Cam Jefferys. Leville’s second book is a mesmerizing collection of the bizarre, the off-kilter, the strangely normal and the cleverly humorous.

Cam is a prolific author, journalist and advertising writer who has published three books under his own name and two as Royce Leville. He has won four independent publishing awards and received three prestigious writing residencies. Cam, born in Australia and residing in Germany, took second place in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards for his first Leville book, A Little Leg Work. His articles have featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, while his short stories have appeared in Australian Reader, Spotlight Magazine, Italy from a Backpack and the Fellowship of Australian Writers (WA) compilation, Lines in the Sand.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Susan T.
    10/19/2015

    This sounds like a really unique short story collection. It sounds like it will be good for a laugh but also has some creepiness and peculiar stories too!

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  2. Wanda Bergman
    10/20/2015

    I would love to read this because the author is new to me and I love to read.

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  3. Rachel B
    10/21/2015

    This sounds like a kooky book, and I need more of those to read.
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  4. Katherine Riley
    10/30/2015

    The books sounds like it is a little quirky but also very interesting and I have a feeling I won’t get bored.

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