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Arthur John Stewart
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By doing a little quiet snooping around this site you will find a peculiar assortment of biographical information, as well as some questionable photos of the author doing what he does…whatever that may be.
Also, in an effort to use this valuable space economically and to increase the general level of interest, you might, if you snoop hard and well enough, come across previously unrevealed details about the novel Odd Ball , CMS, the proper method for using a Sarcastic Ball, email addresses for several of the characters and the latest standings in Latvian Professional Hockey.
For those who haven’t read Odd Ball yet, there’s information on where and how to get hold of the book. Please navigate by selecting buttons at the top of the page or using the margin links on the left—whichever you feel most comfortable with. This is definitely not a good website for those who are afraid of selecting page buttons or using margin links…mom.
Odd Ball is published by the brilliant, hard working, generous people at Thistledown Press.
I encourage you to stop by and order a copy or two and also to browse the other quality titles that are available.
I know everyone at Thistledown will love it if you do.
Some Random Info Which May Or May Not Be Of Interest
Author’s Name—Arthur John Stewart
Author’s Real Name—Arthur John Stewart—although friends, enemies, psychiatrists and bartenders all call him Jack. One former girlfriend still insists on calling him John. You don’t want to know what players on other hockey teams call him.
BTW—If anyone has a really good suggestion on how to get Oprah to hold up Odd Ball during her talk show—even by accident—please email the author with minimum delay—except for spell-checking of course.
Author’s Other Books—Exodus, The Green Mile, Of Mice And Men, Sometimes A Great Notion, A Christmas Carol, Lord of the Rings—oh yes, he also owns a signed copy of Susan Juby’s recent book, Nice Recovery. Odd Ball is the first published book written by Arthur John Stewart.
Would The Author Mind Appearing In Person To Answer A Few Questions? It depends. Would he require a top-notch lawyer? If not, then yes, he would certainly be happy to appear in person. He actually loves to answer questions about his book, Odd Ball, about oddball dancing, anything to do with the writing process or the Winnipeg Jets—past or present.