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Monday, August 18, 2014

BOOK SPOTLIGHT: Strangers on a Bus by Rob Manary


Strangers on a Bus
By Robert Manary

Genre - Romantic Comedy/Memoir

Book Description

If you liked When Harry Met Sally, you'll fall in love with Robb and Gertrude from Strangers on a Bus...

Robb is crushed by a failed relationship with the love of his life and finds himself unexpectedly on a long bus trip from his adopted home in the U.S. back to his native Canada.

At the first stop in NYC, a girl gets on and so begins a contemplation of life, love, and strange events that will bring tears of laughter and heartache streaming down your face.

Is this girl Robb's real true love or just a rebound? How far can they get on a bus ride anyway?

This is a true story.





Author Bio


Robert Manary is an international playboy and man of mystery, with the charm and sophistication of James Bond shaken not stirred with a couple ounces of Cyrano de Bergerac, a dash of Rasputin, and garnished with the rapier wit of Thurston Howell the Third.

That’s how he sees himself, anyway.
The truth is Robert Manary is a construct. Manary’s alter ego dropped out of Radio Broadcasting College to pursue a lucrative career bartending at a seedy gentlemen’s club, played around stocking shelves at a small grocery store until he screwed up badly enough to be given a promotion, and finally left that glamorous life for the bright lights of New York.

Manary is an award winning blogger, an erotic romance novel writer, and the author of a pretty decent romantic comedy.

New York, New York, if you can make it there you can make it anywhere. Manary couldn’t make it there, returned to Canada, and chronicled the journey in that pretty decent romantic comedy mentioned above.

Manary is also an experimental artist who has no clue how to write an Author’s Bio, and definitely no idea how to end one.

He has only been in love once, and that didn't work out so well, but he dreams and dreams of that girl he's loved all along. Can a taste of love be so wrong?


Social media links:
Website - www.robmanary.com

Facebook - www.facebook.com/RobManaryAuthor

Twitter - www.twitter.com/RobManary