Larry Enright

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Walter Stickle and the Galactic Rangers

When the world needs a hero...

Walter Stickle is an average man from an average town who lives life with nothing more than normal expectations because somewhere along the line he was told that he didn’t have the right stuff to do what he always dreamed of doing — going into outer space. Not that Walter is unhappy. He is very happy in every normal sense. He gets up at the same time every morning, does the same things in the same way every day, and goes to sleep at night content that he is making the world a better place. Yet inside that shell of normalcy is a boy who still dreams of going to the stars someday.

Walter Stickle and the Galactic Rangers is the story of a man whose life is forever changed by a pair of mismatched socks, a woman with the ugliest glasses on Earth, and a comic strip.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Award-winning novel "A Cape May Diamond"

I am pleased to announce that A Cape May Diamond is a 2013 winner of the Independent Publisher Book Awards (bronze medal) for best eBook fiction. They call these awards the "IPPYs," so Yippy Ippy! As you can tell, I am both honored and flattered to receive this award. I'm one of those people who always used to say, "I never win anything," but I guess those days are over.

Some background on the award:

The "IPPY" Awards, launched in 1996, are designed to bring increased recognition to the deserving but often unsung titles published by independent authors and publishers. Independent publishers are extremely diverse, in both style and geography. Last year’s IPPY competition attracted 5,203 total entries representing 44 U.S. states plus the District of Columbia, seven Canadian provinces, and ten other countries.

I would be honored if you would take the time to read the sample of this book on Amazon by clicking here -> Read a sample at or by listening to me read the first chapter here -> 

And if you like the sample, I would be most gratified if you'd consider buying a copy:
Amazon U.K.
Barnes & Noble

And, lastly, if do you read it, please leave a review to let me know what you thought!