Joseph A. Pinto

barflypoet & author of dark fiction

Can you believe we’re on our 5th stop of our Dusk and Summer blog tour already?  Take a look out the window – do you know where we are?  Scotland!  That’s right Scotland, home of not only the Loch Ness Monster but Karen Soutar as well!  Karen is a driving instructor by day, torturer of …

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We’re really rolling now on the Dusk and Summer blog tour!  Buckle your seat belts, because I’m roaring into the station of one Megan Stewart and her blog ‘Life’s Unfiltered Ramblings.’  Now, Megan might be an Associate Editor for Automotive.com (I’ve a beautiful 1968 Ford Fairlane 500 just waiting to be written about, Megan! lol), …

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Lists; we all make ’em.  We all love ’em. In our second stop of the Dusk and Summer blog tour, I take you to the website of Laurie Jenkins, aka ‘Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews.’  Laurie is retired from Verizon Communications and now loves to read, read, read!  She particularly enjoys smooth, flowing stories – I …

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All aboard, kiddies!  Stop #3 on our Dusk and Summer blog tour takes us to the land of Christy Wilson and her blog ‘Christy Herself!’  Christy is a legal assistant and a very kind one at that; she was generous enough to allow me onto her blog to talk about a serious matter: How Dusk …

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Hello everyone!  I’m embarking on a blog tour for my recently released novella Dusk and Summer, and I thought you’d like to join me.  You’ll have the opportunity to visit some great blogs and the even greater people who have been gracious enough to host me.  You’ll learn a thing or two about me along …

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It is with absolute pride that I announce the release of my book DUSK AND SUMMER from Sirens Call Publications. My journey started six years ago after I lost my father to ‪pancreatic cancer‬. I honored his life the only way I knew – I wrote for him. This is not a biography; this is …

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SAVIOR Man of Steel why won’t you come down from your perch high above Metropolis save me I have desperately tried to fly in your cape but you left me no field guide and in this world I need to be more than just a hero Do you remember when I gazed upon you with …

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