Cover Reveal! THE MISADVENTURES OF A LIFE LESS LIVED by Clayton Gerrard

Greetings and salutations, all you happy people! Today I have yet another fabulous cover reveal from REUTS Publications. I had the great joy of line editing this puppy, and let me tell you – September 12 can’t come soon enough: I have a MIGHTY NEED to add this book to my bookshelf.

Ladies and gents, I present to you the debut novel from the one and most excellent Clayton Gerrard: The Misadventures of a Life Less Lived!

The Misadventures of a Life Less Lived cover

Let’s go on a misadventure! ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

 

Get a head start on reading it! Pre-order Misadventures off the REUTS website and get it a weekend before everyone else! In the meantime, check out the blurby blurb below:

Back Cover Copy

College junior Doug has built his entire collegiate experience around having a cool life, a status he maintains by keeping his bookish tendencies and crush on “nerdy” Eliza a secret from his popular fraternity and cheerleader girlfriend. But when he wakes one morning to discover that the life he’d kept in the fraternity fridge (because where else would one store a chill life?) has spoiled, panic ensues. As a high-ranking member of a popular fraternity, having no life is social suicide. He’ll be ostracized, forgotten, and maybe even kicked out of the frat.

Desperate to remedy his lifeless status before anyone notices, Doug embarks upon a mission to replace his ruined life with a similar one. But finding a new life isn’t quite as simple as going to the store. And Doug quickly discovers that if he wants another life, he’s going to have to earn one by running a gauntlet of humbling, and often humiliating, life lessons. Though resistant, he may yet learn that his deceptions have never served him and have only helped enforce the biggest lie of all—the one he’s told himself.

A snarky, often ridiculous satirical examination of what makes a fulfilled life, The Misadventures of a Life Less Lived is a quirky, thought-provoking debut full of clever metaphors and literary allusions.