Thursday, September 20, 2012

This Week's Questions

So far, being alive is probably one of the most complicated things I’ve attempted. In fact, all the other complicated things seem to stem directly from it. Even today, many years after my (alleged) birth, strange and worrying questions keep arising. Here is the list of things I could use some help with this week. If you have any answers for me, just jut them down in the comments below:

- Ever look up and feel that one of the clouds was coming for you?

- I'm not entirely sure that my belly button is in the middle.
What can that mean?

- Just before I look under my bed, I always get a little cold feeling, as if part of me expects to find something staring back at me. I've probably seen too many Hollywood movies to have any hope of ever cultivating a healthy relationship with the underside of my bed.

- I live with the constant fear that I'll suddenly become allergic to air and die.
Other than that, I'm quite an optimistic person.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Free sequel to No Hope for Gomez!

For a limited time only, get a free sequel to the award winning No Hope for Gomez! with the purchance of any of my novels.

This sequel is not available anywhere else.

No Hope for Gomez (paperback)
Unspent Time (paperback)
Unspent Time (Kindle)
Unspent Time (other eBook formats)

Simply forward your receipt to to register for your free copy.

Unspent Time reviews:
‘A wonderful collection of stories taken out of the creative mind of Graham Parke. It was different, unique and a lot of fun.’ Reader’s Favorite

’Witty and sarcastic at times, and serious at others, which makes for an altogether interesting and engaging read.’ Haley, top Amazon reviewer

No Hope for Gomez! reviews:
’This book is different from any other book I have read. The way the author speaks through his characters and builds up suspense is really intriguing.’ Bridget, Top B&N reviewer.

’Parke’s debut novel melds screwball comedy, hipster-style irony, and an old-fashioned unreliable narrator into a quirky whodunit that challenges our perceptions about how we think and interact with the world around us. ’ Kirkus, Best of Indie 2011.