DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. announces representation and impending release of author Ed Tasca's latest novel.


Posted January 5, 2019 by DonnaInk

"GOOD MORNING, Why Is Everyone Here Naked?," is a new alternate ending adventure title, from author, actor, comedian and playwright Ed Tasca and promises to give readers a hero's welcome . . . that is if they make the right calls . . .

 
Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry, CEO - President and Founder of DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. announced representation of author Ed Tasca and shares: "Mr. Tasca's nonsense humor is highlighted in the unique project, “GOOD MORNING, Why Is Everyone Here Naked,” showcasing wordsmithing that is a delight for book lovers of all ages. Ed charms readers by brandishing his satirical pen coupled with zany illustrations. As a small woman-owned Indie publisher, DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. is heartened to publish Mr. Tasca's newest book. Slated for release formerly, we are delighted to have the capability to present Ed’s work to readers in the current hour."

About the Book: here's Columbus's famous, world-changing journey across the Atlantic, where you get to help Columbus by choosing where to go and what to do. It's a wacky adventure based on the fortunes, good and bad, endured by Columbus and his valiant crew, a strange collection of all the zany types who might have joined Columbus and his dangerous unpredictable journey. The pages are not chronological, so you have to follow the page code prompts at the end of each section to get you to where you want to go. In the end though, if you make the right calls, you, the reader, come out a hero. There is nothing else like this little book of humor on the scene anywhere.

About the Author: originally from Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Ed is an award-winning humor writer currently residing in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico. As a successful actor, author, columnist, humorist / comic, playwright and screenwriter, he has also published multiple works of fiction - most are comic novels or novellas. He has been published in Australia, England, Canada, Italy, Mexico, and the United States. And he currently writes a humor column for The Guadalajara Reporter, Mexico's largest English-language newspaper. He has often said, “People become humorists because the job market for roofers is so overcrowded.”

His humorist, playwright and screenwriter awards include (non-comprehensive):
2014 - American Movie Award Finalist for Truthers.
2011 - Screenplay Search Competition Award for Vinegar and Brown Paper.
2009 - Robert Benchley Society Humor Writing Award.
2006 - America’s Funniest Humor Award in several humor publications.
Humor Press Award.
M. Culbertson’s Life and Humor Award.
Page International Screenwriting Competition Semi-Finalist for They Call Me Mother.

His books, columns, and writings include (non-comprehensive):
2019 - Good Morning, Why Is Everyone Here Naked? DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Novel:
2017 - The Fables of Leonardo da Vinci. RoseHeart Publishing. Collection: ten fables fleshed
in from annotations in the great genius’s notebooks. For readers of all ages.
2016 - Apocalypse Now… Grab the Karaoke Machine. Aardwolfe Books. Novel: comic story about a Homeland Security spokeswoman who inadvertently and clumsily foils a bioweapon attack.
2016 - Mark Twain, Uncensored. Mexico’s largest English-speaking Community Theatre. Two-Act Play.
2015 - Something Tells Me. StageScripts. Full-length Play.
2013 - Parlor Games. Eldridge Play Publishing. Full-length Play.
2012 - God’s Creatures . . . or Darwin’s? American Star Books. Collection: a collection of comic essays on the controversial subject, done in the voices and styles of America’s greatest comic icons.
2010 - Lub Dub. Roseheart Publishing. Novel: runaway donor heart is sidetracked when delivery team driver sees girlfriend with another lover.
2010 - Autobiography of a Worm. Eternal Press. Novel: man, fraught with depression descends into murder and madness.
2008 - The Fishing Trip That Got Away. Roseheart Publishing. Novella: comic misadventure in the wilderness that ends in redemption and discovery for both principal characters.
2002 - Return of the Lost Horses. Publish America. Novel: metaphysical romance that takes place over many lifetimes.
1999 - Rosebud (Comedy Short Screenplay). Delonra Films. Sold outright.
1998 - Most Dangerous Woman in America. Docudrama: optioned in 1998 in Los Angeles. By Orly Adelson Off-Camera. Momentum Pictures. Comedy | Drama: feature optioned in Canada.

“GOOD MORNING, Why Is Everyone Here Naked?” is being released in the first quarter of 2019 in Blockchain, eBook, and print. Pre-ordering is available at the current time through AMAZON. Mr. Tasca’s book is also being shared through Barnes and Nobles and other distributors. For fact and/or sell sheets, write to [email protected]
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