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Monday Book Recommendation: Sin du Jour by Matt Wallace

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In New York, eating out can be hell.

Everyone loves a well-catered event, and the supernatural community is no different, but where do demons go to satisfy their culinary cravings?

Welcome to Sin du Jour – where devils on horseback are the clients, not the dish.

 

The Sin du Jour series is one of the most unique, and fantastical urban fantasy novellas I’ll actually take the time to read. I don’t know how Matt Wallace came up with the idea of chefs and cooks who cater to supernatural beings, but I’m glad he did. Definitely worth the read.

PS: Greedy Pigs book review will probably be up either this month or next month. A review will also appear in the April issue of Gamecca Magazine.


mattwallace

My name is Matt Wallace. I’m writing this bio, it’s about me, and if it’s all the same to you I’ll do it like a relatively normal human being attempting to communicate with another relatively normal human being.

I was born in Rio Hondo, California in 1982 and grew up in Bell Gardens (once a BG’er, always a BG’er). For ten years I was a professional wrestler. I trained in New York City at the infamous Doghouse at the age of fifteen and worked all over North America after turning pro at the age of seventeen. I was known as The One Man Riot Squad, The One Man Riot, or Deacon Riot (as one-half of the tag team The Legion Knights, and later during the last leg of my singles career as “The Messiah of Professional Wrestling”).

I never made it beyond the indies, but I gained a whole lot of life experience.

“Life experience” may be the wrong term.

Website: MattWallace.com

Twitter: @MattFnWallace

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Nthato Morakabi is a South African published author. He has short stories appearing in both international and local anthologies, and has published his first book, Beneath the Wax, which opens his three-part novella series "Wax". He is an avid reader, blogger and writer.

6 responses »

  1. Sounds like an interesting story. I’ll look forward to your review.

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  2. A very interesting read, and a very interesting concept for a book. Thanks for the information about the author, too.

    Reply

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