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‘SHE WRITES’ Blog Post

Q & A with Running Meter Press including complete overview about Gary Reilly, The Asphalt Warrior and Ticket to Hollywood.

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Taxitalk Book Review

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 […]

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Denver Post: “Enjoyable Fare”

“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 […]

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Barry Wightman’s Random Notes

  What if the gloomy 19th century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer drove a cab in Denver? What if Schopenhauer, crossed with Maynard G Krebbs (you do know who that is, don’t you?) by way of comedian Steven Wright, chased fares in the Mile High City? You’d have this book. And you need to read it. The […]

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Mark Graham – Co-Author of The Natanz Directive

Gary Reilly is the kind of writer who leaves you smiling at the sheer pleasure of his word choices. The Asphalt Warrior is a fun-filled read, and you can’t help rooting for the the book’s taxi driving hero. If Murph doesn’t win your heart, it can’t be won.” Mark Graham, Co-Author of The Natanz Directive, forthcoming […]

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Kathy Lynn Harris – Author of Blue Straggler

“The Asphalt Warrior is one of those rare books that a reader really should savor, line by line, taking time to enjoy the intelligence, sarcasm and dry wit of the main character, Murph. I found Murph to be laugh-out-loud and consistently funny, yet life-smart and grudgingly loveable. The book left me anxious to get my […]

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Fred Haefele – Author of Extremophilia

Gary Reilly’s Asphalt Warrior is the tale of Brendan “Murph” Murphy, a Denver Cabdriver of dead-pan hilarity and near heroic stoicism. In service to his dream of finally publishing one of his novels, he has adapted a life of simplicity that is Zen-like in its rigor: daily meditations on Gilligan’s Island, strict regime of frozen […]

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