#BookLove: Mike Sahno

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I’m delighted to welcome author Mike Sahno to the blog to share a little more #booklove. We’ll be taking a look at some of Mike’s favourite books in just a moment, as soon as we’ve found out a little bit more about Mike.

About Mike

michaeljsahno1.jpgBorn in Bristol, CT, Michael J. Sahno began writing stories at an early age. He obtained a Master of Arts in English from Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY at the age of 24, going on to become a full-time professional writer in 2001. Sahno has written and published three novels: Brothers’ Hand, Jana, and Miles of Files.

You can follow Mike here:

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MOFMiles of Files

“Riveting.” “Fascinating.” Hilarious!”

In Miles of Files, the main character, Paul Panepinto, an employee at Flambet Insurance, learns that his manager Graham Woodcock is stealing from the company. Paul struggles with whether or not to report the boss at the risk of losing his position. Eventually, Graham fires Paul anyway and Paul is forced to pursue justice, but the story doesn’t end as expected. Readers move through a fast-paced adventure with many twists and turns, including high points, drama, comedy, and an edge that Sahno captures through his writing.

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“Engaging.” “Masterful.” “Radiant.”

Small town upstate New Yorker Jerome Brothers loses his hand in a tragic fall, then falls even harder for his physical therapist, Maria Santisia. Can even the most romantic one-armed man get the girl…if she doesn’t get his full cooperation in therapy?

If you like character-driven fiction written with humor, heart, and compassion, then you’ll love Sahno’s work. Discover the fictional world of Carverville, New York today.

 

JJana

“Lyrical.” “Evocative.” “Totally captivating.”
Because of her sexual orientation, Jana Odessi loses her child care job. It’s not until she is halfway across the country on a road trip with her partner that Jana realizes she must decide whether she has the strength to return home and fight for her right to be herself.
 
Jana appeals to the LGBT audience because it depicts the struggles of young gay people in the mid-1990s with humor and heart. Sahno’s second novel leads to a dramatic courtroom showdown that will leave you breathless.
 
If you like character-driven fiction written with humor, heart, and compassion, then you’ll love Sahno’s work. Discover Jana’s world today.

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Childhood Sweetheart
Favourite book from childhood

Charlotte’s Web

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First love
The first book you fell in love with

Tender Is The Night

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Biggest book crush
The book character you’re totally in love with

Maria Santisia, Brothers’ Hand

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Weirdest book crush
Well… duh

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

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Hardest break up
The book you didn’t want to end

Lost Illusions

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The one that got away
The book in your TBR or wish list that you regret not having started yet.

Finnegan’s Wake

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Secret love
Guilty Reading pleasure

Breakfast of Champions

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Love one, love them all
Favourite series or genre

Literary fiction

Your latest squeeze
Favourite read of the last 12 months

Let the Willows Weep

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Blind date for a friend
If you were to set a friend up with a blind date (book) which one would it be?

The Sound and the Fury

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Greatest love of all
Favourite book of all time.

Sophie’s Choice

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Thanks Mike. Some fabulous choices in there. What do you think folks? Do you have any recommendations for Mike that you think he’d like? Did you read Charlotte’s Web as a child? I have to admit I never read the book, but I did see a TV version. You have to wonder why people are so scared of spiders. Apart from Black Widow spiders. They’re nasty. And Funnel Web spiders … creepy critters. And recluse spiders … happy if they stay hidden to be fair … OKay. Not making a good case for Spiders here am I?

Make sure to stop by the blog again on Saturday when CJ Harter will be helping spread a little more #booklove.

Happy reading all

JL

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