Read Ground and Pound: There's A Funny Kind of Fight Going On by Joe Canzano Free Online
Book Title: Ground and Pound: There's A Funny Kind of Fight Going On|
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The author of the book: Joe Canzano
Edition: Happy Joe Control
Date of issue: August 4th 2015
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I will start this out with a warning. In this short story, you will find violence, sex, and graphic language.
Now that the disclaimer is over, I'll mention what else you'll find in this story. Fighting. Retribution. Ghosts. And a neat little twist at the end. Without giving away too much, I really enjoyed Ground and Pound. I've only read one other story by this author so far (Magno Girl and the Beast of Brooklyn) but this is just as good in a different way. Where Magno Girl and the Beast of Brooklyn is full of tongue-in-cheek humor about superheroes and villains, Ground and Pound is about your normal, everyday heavy-weight fighter. With a Ghost. It's darker. It's more violent and there is more profanity. But I LOVED the ending... maybe I'm just a little vindictive, but I found it satisfying. I smiled. It may have been an evil little "don't make the red-headed Irish woman angry" type smile, but it was a smile.
So if you want a ghost story with a twist and don't mind sex and profanity, pick this book up. It's currently for free through BN.com for the Nook and also free on Smashwords, and if you're nice and contact the author if may even send you a MOBI copy for free since Amazon hasn't price-matched this yet.
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Read information about the authorJoe Canzano is a writer and musician. He lives in New Jersey, U.S.A., in a house with a basement where he usually stays. Occasionally he leaves the basement and visits the kitchen.
He is a graduate of Rutgers University, where he majored in English. His short stories have appeared in a half-dozen printed literary journals, as well as in the Akashic Books online series, "Mondays are Murder."
He recently formed his own publishing company, Happy Joe Control, and in January 0f 2015 published his debut novel, "Magno Girl." He has a blog at www.happyjoe.net, as well as a website with more info than you'd ever want to know about him.