Time Crumbling Like a Wet Cracker, by Ryan Dilbert

My chum, Ryan Dilbert, shot me an email recently to let me know that his blood, sweat, and tears have paid off.  His first novel, Time Crumbling Like a Wet Cracker, has found its way to the shelves.

Here’s the description from Amazon:

Audrey, a failed tattoo artist with a worthless history degree, just fled an abusive marriage and lost the footrace to the joint bank account. Wallowing in self-pity, and hard up for cash, she hasn’t noticed that things are a little out of sync lately. Was Benjamin Franklin really hit by a car outside a Taco Bell? Did Segway-riding Huns overrun the East Coast? How did Chevy Chase escape human sacrifice at the hands of the Aztecs, and why are archeologists unearthing Green Bay Packers helmets alongside the bones of Neanderthal hunters? Deep in Wisconsin woods, a deranged scientist is slipping back through time, in a quest to purge recorded history of evil. But this experiment has gone terribly wrong, and somehow it’s now up to Audrey to put things right before the world descends into chaos.

If that doesn’t make you want to fly out of your Chesterfield and grab a copy, then I don’t know what will.  Here is where you can fulfill your destiny.

You can also find Ryan’s writing peppered across the Internet. Enjoy.


About jackfrey
Jack Frey lives somewhere in Northeast Asia with his wife and two young boys. He finds the letter K to be the most aesthetically pleasing of all the consonants, in both its upper and lowercase forms. Like many of us, he is currently seeking publication of his first novel.

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