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Edward R. Lipinski Combines Humor and Horror in His First Novel “Werewolf On Madison Avenue”

A unique story plot that involves a werewolf reigning in the advertising industry

San Diego, California – WEBWIRE

“Will Jeff Foxlove be able to escape the evil curse of lycanthropy?”

The book “Werewolf On Madison Avenue” by Edward R. Lipinski was displayed at ReadersMagnet Book Confab last October 28-30, 2022, at Tribeca, New York, and was also exhibited at the New York Library Association (NYLA) 2022 Annual Conference & Trade Show last November 3-4, 2022 at Saratoga Springs, New York.

“Werewolf On Madison Avenue” gives the readers a satirical look at the advertising business and the eccentric characters who work in that milieu. The story focuses on the life of the main character Jeff Foxlove, a recent college graduate who dreams of climbing the ladder of success as a copywriter.

Jeff is drawn to Damon Cudmore’s style of writing, so he starts adapting Damon’s art of writing gross and vulgar advertising copy. He enjoys wallowing in the mud of copywriting. Aside from the fact that he gets to enjoy a good salary, he also catches the attention of a beautiful actress named Dixie Durante.

However, Jeff’s ideal and perfect life is disrupted when he takes a vacation in the Yucatan, where he gets attacked by a mysterious creature during his stroll around the jungle. This is where everything in his life is about to change 360 degrees. In a blink of an eye, Jeff becomes a half-human, half-werewolf creature.

Will Jeff be able to break the curse cast upon him? Find out the answers by getting a copy of Edward R. Lipinski’s “Werewolf On Madison Avenue” today on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

“Werewolf On Madison Avenue”
Author | Edward R. Lipinski
Published Date | September 24, 2022
Publisher | Outskirts Press
Genre | General Fiction, Humor, Horror

Author Bio

Edward R. Lipinski has more than 40 years of experience working in the publishing and advertising industry. He has worked as an art director, graphic designer, illustrator, and writer. He wrote and illustrated the home improvement column for the New York Times for over five years and is the author of Pucasso: The Cat Who Wanted to be an Artist, a children’s book; The New York Times Home Repair Almanac; and Tiling: The Installation Handbook. “Werewolf On Madison Avenue” is his debut novel.

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