220Welcome to DanMarvin.net! This web site is a little about me, and a lot about my books Briefs for the Reading Room, Change of Briefs and Thomas Granger.
Let’s face it, life gets busier every day. There simply isn’t enough time in the day to read everything you’d like to. In much the same way that microwave ovens revolutionized cooking dinner, Briefs for the Reading Room and Change of Briefs revolutionize the time you spend after dinner. Now you can fill this otherwise wasted time with humor, suspense, intrigue, and factoids.
Change of Briefs is my latest book. It contains 108 freshly laundered stories for your enjoyment. As the followup to the wildly popular Briefs for the Reading Room, this new book has more action, more adventure, and more semi-colons!
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Excerpt: The doctor seemed very nice and explained everything to me. I would go to sleep and when I awoke, my brain would be in another body. In a few days I could leave the hospital and take possession of my new wealth. I felt some pangs of regret as the mask encircled my mouth, and then I felt nothing at all.
Briefs for the Reading Room is the bathroom reader that defined the genre. In Briefs, you will discover 102 ‘micro-novels’, 1 to 2 page stories that pack in a whole day’s RDA of fiction. Briefs was the first fictional book designed specifically for the “Reading Room” and years of feedback from readers suggests it is more than up for the challenge!
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Excerpt: “Colt,” the old man was saying, “what is the nature of the universe?” “The ancient Greeks had one way of looking at it dad…” Colt started but suddenly there was a commotion from the other room. The rest of the gang had been playing Bocce Ball and now someone had been caught cheating. Syringes were drawn and things looked bad.
In the novel Thomas Granger, Rusty Rogers is a college Freshman at Fabian University. His life is plodding along benignly enough until he meets Thomas Granger, the enigmatic heir to the Granger paper fortune. Thomas convinces him to pledge a fraternity, introduces him to a girl he likes… and involves him in the murder of one of their professors. Could Thomas be the culprit? Will Rusty survive Hell Week? Well, no and yes, but you didn’t hear that from me.
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