Fixed earns entry into running for $50,000 Kirkus Prize

PRESS RELEASE: For Immediate Release Kirkus Reviews, one of the nation’s most prestigious reviewers of books for the last 80 years awarded Fixed: Dope Sacks, Dye Packs and the Long Welcome Back it’s prestigious star award, annually given to about 10 percent of the thousands of books reviewed each year. As a Star winner, the …

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Slow and steady wins the race

For those interested, Fixed: Dope Sacks, Dye Packs and the Long Welcome Back, continues a steady climb. Kirkus Reviews – reviewing books since 1933 and known for “integrity, honesty and accessible reviews written with an insider’s eye”—awarded Fixed the prestigious Kirkus Star. “On average, Kirkus’ editors award the Kirkus Star to 10 percent of all …

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Fixed’ named finalist at Beverly Hills Book Awards

My book Fixed: Dope sacks, dye packs and the long welcome back is gaining traction in both sales and recognition. Really, this has been a pretty good week. First, the darkly comedic memoir about my early life as a drug addict, turned small-time bankrobber, turned prison inmate, turned respectable citizen was named as a finalist for …

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