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Eduardo Pavez Goye Book Review

One of my favorite YouTube creators is the Chilean playwright, author, musician and photographer Eduardo Pavez Goye. If you’re unfamiliar with him then I highly recommend that you subscribe to his channel when you visit the video below. A month or so ago I sent him a copy of If Only The Names Were Changed as a thank you for all of the amazing content he’s been putting out into the world. I was thrilled to find he’d given my book a very positive, brief review on his 2016 year-end video. While this video may not be his norm – they’re usually about photography instead of books – I love to hear what other writers are reading and really loved his list.

Besides the video, he sent me his first self-published book of photography titled A Parade of Strangers that has some poems and reflections in it from a project he undertook called 30 Rolls in 30 Days (you can click through to those videos as well). It is a beautiful piece of work and I hope he might consider a second pressing so that I can recommend you pick up a copy – as for now though, they’re all sold out.

So how about you, what are you reading these days?

2016 Beachie Award

I’m really excited to announce that my book was chosen by alt-lit reviewer Beach Sloth for a 2016 Beachie Award.
 
“Best Novel (Male): Andrew Miller’s If Only The Names Were Changed– I began the book knowing nothing and by the end I knew it all. This is a book that consumes the reader whole and I liked the unusual multi-layered, multi-faceted life that lives within the pages.”