Prince George, BC (Vocus) September 15, 2010
Book enthusiasts are in for an engrossing read as author Dennis Schreiner presents Kate Carlo. Released through Xlibris, this amazing book of pure entertainment will let readers follow one man who tries to get one headstrong woman to say “yes” in the middle of all sorts of adventures.
A heart-tickling story of and by a man obviously smitten can be found in author Dennis Schreiner’s Kate Carlo. Dean Dorian is a guy who likes to keep things easy, while Kate is the adventurer and assertive woman of his fancy. Among other things, Kate is a writer, a flutist, a plant lover, and – get this – an amateur detective. This last bit is what mostly gets both of them into all sorts of adventures and encounters with friends and enemies alike. Told through the eyes of a besotted lover, Kate Carlo is bound to tug at the corners of its readers’ mouth and heartstrings.
Readers will find Kate Carlo truly engaging—giving them absolute amusement. It is also a perfect addition to anyone’s collection. This book will be featured at the Frankfurt International Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, which will run October 6-10, 2010. For more information, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Dennis Schreiner was born in 1970 in Prince George, British Columbia and is the author of Between Gods and Men. He spends most of his time looking at the wall in the hopes that some sort of inspiration will spark the paragraph he is currently working on, but when those hopes sometimes dwindle he takes to drinking beer. And then doing sit-ups to work off the caloric effects of said beer. Still, all in all, he would have to say that his favorite beverage is milk, that the last great year in film was 1976, and that without a book nearby he would probably have long since passed on.
Kate Carlo* by Dennis Schreiner
Publication Date: November 22, 2005
Trade Paperback; $18.69; 234 pages; 978-1-4134-9767-0
Trade Hardback; $28.79; 234 pages; 978-1-5992-6263-5
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