Ciao, amici! Well, it’s my second week back, and I still haven’t figured out my new blogging schedule. Because I’m in flux, it was easy for me to work in a promo post for a friend. And what a post it is. What a story it is.
What an author. What a friend!
I could go on and on singing her praises, and that of her new release. But most of you already know and love her. (And those of you who don’t, you’re in for a treat.)
Without further ado, here’s Mae Clair to discuss her humorous short read, In Search of McDoogal.
Many thanks for hosting me today for the release of my Amazon short read, In Search of McDoogal. This is a light-hearted story, themed around the hunt for a missing painting. I’ve been making the rounds of the blogsphere, discussing everything from the main characters to their backgrounds and place of employment. The one thing I haven’t discussed is the object of the search.
Brady Conrad ends up with a mess on his hands when he mistakenly sells a cherished painting belonging to his girlfriend, Vanessa. A talented artist, Vanessa, painted McDoogal when she was in college. Brady has a set number of hours to track the painting down and buy it back before Vanessa returns from an out of town trip. He coerces his friend, Declan, to help, and the two end up jumping through multiple hoops tin an effort to get the painting back.
Declan hasn’t seen McDoogal, but he gets an earful from everyone who has, including Brady. The problem? No one seems to know exactly what McDoogal is.
Brady thought he did, but everyone they encounter has a different idea. They only thing they all agree on—including Brady—is that McDoogal is undeniably hideous.
Now that’s a painting worth a search! ☺
Introducing In Search of McDoogal.
In search of something ugly…
All Brady Conrad wants to do is earn a few merit points with his artist girlfriend, so he volunteers to cover her gallery when she leaves town. What should be an easy day of sales goes belly up when he mistakenly sells a cherished painting.
With the clock ticking toward Vanessa’s return, Brady has less than a day to track McDoogal down. He coerces his friend Declan to tag along for moral support. How difficult can it be for an investigator and the director of a renowned institute to find a single painting in a town the size of a postage stamp?
Neither Brady nor Declan counted on a suspicious sheriff, rival baseball teams with a longstanding grudge, or a clueless kid trying to win his girlfriend with all the wrong gifts.
McDoogal is smack in the middle. But Brady’s biggest dilemma isn’t the disastrous hunt. It’s confessing to Vanessa her painting is the ugliest thing he’s ever seen.
I hope you’ll join in the fun of this road-trip-buddy-fic-comedy-of-errors. In Search of McDoogal falls into Amazon’s 90-minute short read category—perfect for an extended lunch break or quick read any time of the day or evening.
Thanks for helping me celebrate the release!
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