THE BEGINNING of the EXCELLENT & EVENTFUL CAREER by Cameron MacKenzie & Giveaway




We have a special treat for the lovers of historical fiction. Debut author, Cameron Mackenzie fuses first person memoir with historical narrative about the Mexican Revolution and the man who started it all in THE BEGINNING of his EXCELLENT & EVENTFUL CAREER (MadHatPress).



Cameron MacKenzie was born in Virginia and has worked as a dry cleaner, doorman, house painter,farm hand, contractor, editor and teacher, residing inSanta Barbara, London, Tokyo, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and now Virginia once again, where he lives with his wife and children.

He earned his Ph.D. in Literature from Temple University. His work has appeared in Able Muse, The Rumpus, SubStance, symploke and The Michigan Quarterly Review and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He currently teaches English at Ferrum College and reviews books for the Roanoke Review. His book, Badiou and American Modernist Poetics is forthcoming from Palgrave Press.

Thanks to PR By the Book PR, we have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us the best piece of historical fiction you’ve read .. and why! We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only, please.

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6 thoughts on “THE BEGINNING of the EXCELLENT & EVENTFUL CAREER by Cameron MacKenzie & Giveaway

  1. The Paris Package by A. W. Hartoin. The author expanded on all the historical references in her previous books and told a wonderful story about a woman’s exciting, dangerous journey with her new husband through Europe prior to WWII.

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  2. Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict. It gave a short history of the first libraries started by Carnegie and the life of an Irish girl that immigrated to the US.

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