GIT: Halloween

  • Series: GITT, Book 1
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Do you hate Halloween? I bet you don't, after all, you get free sweets. Mr. Git hates Halloween, not just a normal hate, but a hate that courses through his veins like an F1 Race Car.

He is probably the biggest git you will ever meet.
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  • Series: GITT, Book 1
Words: 490
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310163579
About Marc Corn

Marc published his first book in October 2011, he just wanted to give it a try just to see if anyone would read it. After 3500 downloads through a kindle promotion, inspired him to write more books.

The latest book he wrote was called "Habit, Kicks and Laughter." Initially this book wasn't going to be released, but after showing a few people, it was clear by their great feedback that they loved it.

Marc, who suffers from cerebral palsy always tries to make the best of his condition. Every day is an uphill struggle, but he smiles through the pain to try to help others. Even though Marc struggles with his learning disability he still tries to write a lot and even if he makes mistakes he has great support on hand from his friends and family who proof-read many of Marc's publications.

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Reviews

Review by: Yalmact Swillirs on Nov. 23, 2013 :
Hilarious! It's very honest.
(review of free book)

Review by: David H. Keith on Oct. 31, 2013 :
Love it. This fella Git is a man to be admired, I say. Sort of reminds me of me, y'know? Now, I don't hate the holiday, mind, but I do so despise the commercialization and silliness and sheer cynical greed that has come to be associated with what is, really, my most sacred day of the year. But, then, the Christians' top two sacred days (at the least) have also been turned into retail circuses. Congratulations to Mr. Git for having none of that. And congratulations to Marc Corn for writing a funny and thought-provoking wee tale. I highly recommend this book.

David H. Keith
www.novemberfirstpublications.weebly.com
(review of free book)

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