Thanks to Mike McLanahan for this terrific review of “The Heart of Darkness Club” posted on Goodreads: Over the past year or so, Gary Reilly has made us laugh through infidelity, compulsive gambling, kidnapping and shattered dreams. In The Heart of Darkness Club, he shows us the lighter side of being a murder suspect. Denver cabbie [...]
From the “To Be Read” web site, a blog post by Mark Stevens about Gary Reilly. “Writing is analogous to exercise. You do it alone, nobody cares if you do it, nobody cares if you quit. And the only way you succeed is doing it every day. Unfortunately there’s no such thing as literary steroids.” [...]
“This book is enormously funny and leaves you wanting to spend more time with the grumpy and sarcastic but very likable protagonist….” Complete review on Reader’s Favorite web site.
“Thanks to a stranger, I am reading” — An editor at the Scottsbluff Star-Herald discovers Gary Reilly and Murph. “For me, this stranger, who entered my life in a green taxicab, has had a profound affect on my life,” writes Roger Holsinger. Full story.
Terrific, detailed review from AnitaBook.com (don’t you love the name of the site?). “…a quick, fun read that has many twists and turns, and it will surprise you again and again.” “I hope that you enjoy it at least half as much as I did, because if you do, you will be giving yourself a [...]
Q & A with Running Meter Press including complete overview about Gary Reilly, The Asphalt Warrior and Ticket to Hollywood.
By David Millward A couple of months ago I received one of the many e-mails in my ‘inbox’ sent by a guy called Mike Keefe asking me do we do book reviews; Mike picked up on taxitalk Magazine on his Twitter feed. After further e-mail correspondence with Mike, a paperback arrived at our office all [...]
“Asphalt Warrior” is enjoyable fare By Mike McClanahan Special to The Denver Post The Denver Post Posted: DenverPost.com by Gary Reilly (Running Meter Press) Gary Reilly never cared that much about getting his work published. Fortunately for us, his friends did. Otherwise, we might never have met Murph (full name Brendan Murphy), a semi-misanthropic and [...]