My short story, ‘Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White,’ was the 2nd place winner in the 2020 San Diego Public Library Short Story Contest.
You can find the details and read the story here.
And, as always, my novel is available here: The Last Island
My publisher, Betimes Books (Ireland), is making the Kindle version of my book free worldwide until April 7. Order it here: The Last Island.
4.6 out of 5 Stars on Amazon.com.
“The novel transports the reader to this tiny piece of the world and magnifies it through his extraordinary prose, leaving the reader moved in unexpected ways. David Hogan’s The Last Island is a wonderful gift to writing.”
– Marvin Minkler, Modern First Editions
“Hogan’s adept storytelling makes us ponder our spiritual essence.”
– The Greek Star
“Delivers an unforgettable experience you won’t get anywhere else.”
– The Reader and The Chef
“The pacing is brisk, the dialogue crisp, the imagery evocative, and the ideas and themes Hogan explores are timeless. This is a great story.”
– 5 Star Amazon Review
You can download it here: The Last Island.
Modern Greeks start discussing dinner after the first bite of lunch and start discussing the next day’s lunch at dinner. For the unwitting visitor or in-law, like myself, there is a single escape from this circle of culinary obsession: breakfast. In the morning, you’ll find yourself on your own, consuming some undiscussed but nevertheless tasty yogurt, granola or figs.
Read more at ‘But What Are They Eating?‘