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Signed PB on SALE!

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Paperback copy of Striking Out, the first volume in The Chronicle of Calvin Connor, personally signed by the author in his beloved red Sharpie, made out to any name you designate and with any inscription you desire.* FREE SHIPPING within the USA.

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Get a personally autographed copy of Christopher Morlock's debut novel Striking Out, the first volume in The Chronicle of Calvin Connor, delivered right to your door. The author will sign the 6x9" trade paperback in his beloved red Sharpie to any name you designate and add any inscription you desire.*

Packed with "comedic roughhousing and [a] continual bag of tricks" (The US Review of Books), Striking Out introduces us to Calvin Connor III, a fourteen-year-old Irish immigrant stuck in rural Pennsylvania. Calvin joins Troop 666 for a summer camp adventure that forever alters his future path.

Joined by old friend Sandy, a new pal named Art, and stalwarts like Ryan and Spazz, Calvin fights through challenge after challenge — and an endless line of dumb grown-ups. Along the way, he meets an acne-plagued but deliciously yummy young girl who is more than his match.

This summer camp changes everything. The awkward boy who sets forth for Connecticut to roast hot dogs at campfires is not the young man who returns to Pennsylvania.

Read the book that critics say "keeps readers on their toes with all the shenanigans!" (The US Review of Books)

This is the "2nd print" version of the book, and it ships free via USPS Media Mail to anywhere in the United States. Overseas shipping rates apply, however, and will be set by the actual cost of USPS Int'l Shipping.

Please use the form to pass along the name and inscription (if any) you would like signed.

* - within reason, and approval (or disapproval) is fully at the author's discretion.