No Relation: Chapter 17

June 19th, 2014

BSJ and cake

Here’s Chapter 17 of No Relation, the final chapter in my new novel published by McClelland & Stewart. In this closing episode, we jump ahead a year and tie up all the loose ends from the preceding 16 chapters.

Thanks so much for hanging in for the entire novel. No Relation, already a national bestseller (thanks to loyal readers/listeners like you), is available in bookstores across the country.

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

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

 The End

No Relation: Chapter 16

June 11th, 2014

Chihuahua and baby

Here’s Chapter 16 of No Relation, my new novel published by McClelland & Stewart. In this penultimate episode, Hem and Marie cross another threshold in their budding relationship, and Hem’s father and sister arrive unexpectedly for an important family meeting.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 15

June 4th, 2014

AMC Pacer

Here’s Chapter 15 of No Relation, my new novel published by McClelland & Stewart. In this episode, there’s a major confrontation at The Hemmingwear Company, followed by a media briefing. Then, Mario Andretti tries to pass his driver’s test a record fifth time.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 14

May 28th, 2014

Mercedes

Here’s Chapter 14 of No Relation, my new novel published by McClelland & Stewart. In this episode, Hem and his sister, Sarah, confront their father with compelling evidence that something is afoot that threatens the very 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 [email protected] Your feedback is always welcome.

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

No Relation: Chapter 13

May 20th, 2014

audio dish

Here’s Chapter 13 of No Relation, my new novel published this very day by McClelland & Stewart. In this episode, at Sarah’s urging, Hem goes all clock and dagger with a little help from Hat and Mario Andretti to try to divine just what might be going on inside the Hemmingwear Company. Then it’s off to Chicago where Hem and Sarah confront their father.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 12

May 15th, 2014

Hemingway house

Here’s Chapter 12 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem closes out the Ernest Hemingway Exorcism World Tour with a stop in Ketchum, Idaho, where the great writer lived his final days before taking his own life. Then Hem returns to Manhattan and has a breakthrough with his psychiatrist.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 11

May 7th, 2014

3Chihuahas

Here’s Chapter 11 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem says goodbye to Marie Antoinette in Paris and heads for Pamplona, Spain, for the running of the bulls, a passion of Ernest Hemingway’s. Then he meets Hat in Miami and the two travel to Key West for the third leg of the Ernest Hemingway Exorcism World Tour.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 10

May 1st, 2014

DeuxMagots

Here’s Chapter 10 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem meets Marie Antoinette in Paris for the second leg of the Ernest Hemingway Exorcism World Tour.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 9

April 23rd, 2014

EH apartment

Here’s Chapter 9 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem heads to Toronto with Professor James Moriarty on the first leg of the Ernest Hemingway Exorcism World Tour, while sister Sarah holds the family fort in Chicago.

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

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

No Relation: Chapter 8

April 16th, 2014

jet taking off

Here’s Chapter 8 of No Relation, my new novel to be published by McClelland & Stewart on May 20, 2014. In this episode, Hem considers the intriguing idea his friends from the NameFame support group proposed to end his case of severe writer’s block. The group hits the ball diamond for their second game, and Hem takes a troubling call from his father.

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

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