Adios, Elvis – a long time coming


Two-and-a-half decades ago (can it really be that long?), as a lark, I wrote a three-day-novel with my friend George Godwin.  We spent a weekend without sleep, in different rooms of my house, banging out chapters, one after the other.  What can I say, it seemed like a good idea at the time!

Now, George has packaged that novel, Adios, Elvis, as a Kindle eBook which can be purchased from Amazon.   The  cover blurb may or may not have anything to do with the book.  I’ve re-read parts of it since George sent it to me, but not all.  George asked me to write a blurb, to which I responded with this:

Don’t read this book or you will die in seven days. Really. Don’t buy it. Don’t read it.

He decided not to use that one.   Perhaps he thought I was joking.

In any event, “the book” is out there.  I can’t stop you buying it.  But don’t say I didn’t warn you.

George is also the author of two unique books on David Lynch.   You should really forget Adios, Elvis, and check those out instead.


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Stephen R. George

Stephen R. George's first novel, Brain Child, was published in 1989, by Zebra Books, New York. He quickly became a stalwart of the Zebra Books horror stable, publishing 14 novels through the 1990s. His shorter works have appeared in a number of […]


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