Gregory Borse is an Associate Professor of English and Philosophy at a small university in a large university system in the Midwest. He has previously published an anthology on World Literature (Other Canons: A Selection of Non-Western Literary Masterpieces, FountainHead, 2012) as well as a chapter on Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Stephen Frear's "The Grifters." He has presented on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, William Faulkner, as well as the Oral and the Literate in the Age of the Internet. He is married and resides with his wife and some of his children (those who have yet to reach escape velocity) and a very smart heterochromiatic Border Collie, appropriately named Bowie. The Incorruptibles is his first novel.
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Alright Incorruptibili! I am shocked and chagrined! --And really, really humbled-- by all the love and support I've received during the first part of this campaign. Thank you so much for your support. I am on 7 pre-orders away from meeting my first target of 100 pre-orders (and that's in just 4 days!). At 100, Publishizer will query "The Incorruuptibles" to 30 publishers all at once. These are publishers with whom they already have a successful track record and who are looking for Thrillers (and, thanks to you, mine is the #1 Thriller on Publishizer right now!).
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"The Incorruptibles" is a novel whose audience has been asking why no quality books have been written that are as exciting as Dan Brown's "Da Vinci Code," as intellectually stimulating as Umberto Eco's "Foucault's Pendulum," as entertaining as Michael Crichton's techno-thrillers, as thoughtful as C.S. Lewis' "That Hideous Strength" or Michael D. O'brien's "Father Elijah" series--without being un or anti-Catholic. "The Incorruptibles" is NOT a preachy novel. But it takes seriously the implications of the truths held dear by the Church. In fact, part of the dread that its story creates is an answer to a terrible and extraordinarily important question, posed by C.S. Lewis to himself when he was still an Athiest: "What if, after all, old faerie tales are true?"
You are going to love this novel and its sequels--"The Ressurectionists," and "The Apocalyptists."
Thank you for your support and please go to the new page and like and share and please encourage like-minded family members and friends to join the campaign and pre-order their SIGNED copy today!
I have already had an offer by one publishing company. But, I want to be fair--so its important that I get to 100 pre-orders so others can compete for this most excellent book. Competition makes everything better, so I want very much to get "The Incorruptibles" in front of as many industry eyes as possible. The story deserves it--and you deserve it too! Thank you again for your support. I appreciate it deeply!