Archive for March, 2014

No Relation: Chapter 5

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

OHare

Here’s Chapter 5 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem makes his dreaded trip back to Chicago to visit his father, and his sister Sarah gives him a crash course on the future of The Hemmingwear Company.

You’re invited to follow me on Twitter (@TerryFallis), leave a comment here on the blog, or drop me an email to tfallis@gmail.com. Your feedback is always welcome.

The voiceover that opens the podcast episode was provided by my good friend, Roger Dey.

No Relation: Chapter 4

Monday, March 17th, 2014

chair circle

Here’s Chapter 4 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem attends the gathering he’s organized with a little help from the New York Times Classifieds. You’ll meet several new characters in this chapter, and some of them have accents. I’m not very good at accents, so now would be a good time to lower your expectations. Hope you enjoy Chapter 4.

You’re invited to follow me on Twitter (@TerryFallis), leave a comment here on the blog, or drop me an email to tfallis@gmail.com. Your feedback is always welcome.

The voiceover that opens the podcast episode was provided by my good friend, Roger Dey.

No Relation: Chapter 3

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

chocolate cake

Here’s Chapter 3 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20th. In this episode, Hem enjoys a visit from his little sister, Sarah, and they hatch a plan that they hope will serve both their interests.

Feel free to follow me on Twitter (@TerryFallis) and you can also leave a comment here on the blog, or via email to tfallis@gmail.com.

The voiceover at the beginning of the episode was provided by my good friend, Roger Dey.

No Relation: Chapter 2

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Hemmingwear ad

Here’s Chapter 2 of No Relation, my fourth novel due in bookstores on May 20, 2014. In this episode, we learn a bit more about our narrator, his forbears, and a family tradition that hangs around his neck like a millstone. I hope you enjoy it.

Feel free to follow me on Twitter (@TerryFallis) or leave a comment here on the blog, or via email to tfallis@gmail.com.

The voiceover at the beginning of this episode was provided by my good friend Roger Dey.