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The Legend of Bone Diddley available on Kindle

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Kyle Romeis would like to announce the arrival of 'The Legend of Bone Diddley' for Kindle. Readers interested in Absurdest humor, Satire, Westerns, Comedy and Supernatural are urged to visit amazon to download the new book to their kindle or device of choice.

The Legend of Bone Diddley is a quintessential story of good versus evil. It's funny, and although it takes place in 1887, there are some uncanny parallels that are fairly obvious between the character and circumstances during the story and the current things we're currently struggling with as Americans and human beings in general.

The Legend of Bone Diddley is the first Novella-length e-book by Kyle Romeis and it's the first self-published title by the author. He's excited about it since he drew on a number of different educational and personal experiences to create the entire story. He would urge readers to think of his influences when contemplating whether to visit amazon and at least take a look inside to see if it's their kind of entertainment. It's got something for everyone! Think Wes Anderson meets George Lucas. Think Mel Brook's Blazing Saddles meets Stephen King. Check out The Legend of Bone Diddley, today, for all your reading enjoyment and entertainment needs!

The Legend of Bone Diddley, now available on amazon, ready for download to all devices!


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