What a great story. I’m pretty picky with the books that I see through to the end (I’m a pre-med student so I don’t have a lot of time for extracurricular reading currently) but this was definitely one that I saw through. The story was immediately gripping and almost intoxicating. If I’d started it earlier in the day, I would have finished it in one sitting. Frank is an extraordinarily creative writer and I look forward to reading more of his work in the future. Read this book, and publish this man! – Amazon Review
Would You Sell Your Soul to the Devil to Save the One You Love?
Llewyn Glass, a disillusioned lawyer and former Catholic priest, sold his soul to the Devil to save the love of his life, only to find out he was conned into doing so. With only a few months left to live, he has until Halloween to find a way out of his deal or he’ll spend eternity in Hell.
Assisted by the mysterious but well-connected Sister Abigail, Llewyn is sent across the world to face gods and monsters in the hope that his strange odyssey will lead to his salvation. But every solution he finds comes with a price which may not cost only his soul but all of humanity.
“The Malediction of Llewyn Glass was a great book! The perfect mixture of fantasy and dark creativity. I was immediately drawn to the book and definitely would recommend to anyone to read. Thank you for the adventure and I look forward to more of your work.” – Selina
From the Author
About the Author
Frank Reteguiz From a Post Made on August 5th. 2021.
This time last year I was laid off from job at Tesla during the pandemic. Before that moment I worked a lot of jobs, I was a quirky, rebellious cop in a corrupt Savannah, an adventure hungry Deck Officer for Disney Cruise Lines who was accused of nearly starting a mutiny, I tried my hand and spectacularly failed at two businesses and then got lost somewhere in between. But I had a dream of becoming a writer, which I didn’t think was feasible or if it could financially sustain me. I was rejected well over 200 times by publishers and agents, which gave me a heavy doubt. But I want to be a story-teller, a writer of something breath taking. This dream, this audacious feat has now possessed my head and my heart.
I’ll turn 34 on the 23rd and it was a roller-coaster of a year. The pandemic, getting laid-off, contracting Covid, worrying about money, and an agonizing break-up. It was a screwed-up year, and it was one of the best years of my life. The life-changing lessons learned, the friends and family who supported me, the fans I made, the travel, and learning about what love really is; all of this because I followed my dream. All of this because of the stories I’m telling. What a beautiful year.
Within this strange year, I sold over 1,500 copies of my novels and made $29,000 in revenue, just from art markets and the bar promotions. I was in the news a few times, I was able to finish my 3rd novel, built relationships with bar owners and art market/ festival managers in not only Jacksonville but in Panama City, Winter Haven, South Carolina, Georgia, and now Austin, Texas. I am now slowly getting my books in stores, most notably Ripley’s Believe it or Not in St. Augustine.
I greet my 34th year and its challenges with a tested resilience, great enthusiasms, and a noble heart as I expand my audience, my art, my meaning. I am going to travel more to expand my reach, invest and experiment with digital marketing, and finish my 4th novel, a murder-mystery where time is the scene of the crime. Each book, each new reader is a triumphic victory as I get closer to my endgame. What’s my endgame? Wait and see.
-I Do Not Fear the Unknown, for She has Always Been Kind to Me.-