Drew Bankston lives in the Rocky Mountains with his wife, two amazingly perfect dogs, and a garden.
Before he started writing science fiction, Drew received his bachelor’s degree in Bio-Ag Sciences from Colorado State University. After that, just to shake things up, he never really used that degree but worked various jobs in retail and Asset Protection with some really important people who are way too dignified to be named here. He’s still working but would eventually like to write full-time and stop working for other people. He likes pie and chocolate, as everyone should.
If you want to know when Drew’s next book will come out, please visit his website at http://www.drewbankston.com, where you can sign up to receive an email when he has his next release.
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The hero of this story is a common man. He's a plain, ordinary, individual who only wants to succeed. And why shouldn't he? Everyone has the right to at least dream they'll be successful. right? We all do our best to be good at something. Tom wants to be good at the advertising game. He started his own company and employs three people.He makes sacrifices to keep his business running, including driving a car for as long as he possibly can! Please see if this sounds like someone you know and enjoy this short excerpt from my book, "The Imagination Stone", coming in September everywhere!
The Imagination Stone
Tom Parker drove his blue, two-door, twenty-year-old Hyundai Excel down the freeway. Tom, a man in his early thirties with dark hair and dark eyes, was handsome in a plain sort of way. He reached down to turn up the radio, and then turned the crank to roll down the driver’s side window. The wind blew in and was much louder than he anticipated, so he rolled it back up, realizing that his effort to hear the radio would have been severely defeated by his desire to stay cooler.
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