Randall Radic Signs Book Deal with Ephemera Bound

Randall Radic's book, "The Sound of Meat," is to be published by Ephemera Bound.

Fargo, ND, February 01, 2007 --(PR.com)-- "I used to try and save souls without ever examining my own," says the author. Now, with his memoir, Radic puts pen to his mission, voice to his sin, sadism, to his redemption.

The memoir is awaited with some anticipation for its literary merit. "There is no doubt that Randall can write," wrote Grumpy Old Bookman, listed by the Guardian as one of the top ten literary blogs. "So, if you want to read a (fairly truthful) book by a priest who is a convicted felon and has had eight fiancees and two wives, and a very complicated set of relationships with his mother, father, and other family members, then this is for you."

Sometimes called 'Father Felony' or 'Daddy Radic,' the author is the Ripon, CA pastor who pleaded guilty to embezzlement after he sold the First Congregational Church without the knowledge of his congregation. His religious works were published under the name Maximus Confessor.

"The Sound of Meat" is to be released by Ephemera Bound on June 30, 2007.

Ephemera Bound is an independent press, specializing in an eclectic mix of works ignored by other publishers. Other authors include J. Eric Miller, Cindy Bokma, Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc, Sensuous Sadie, The Suburban Diva & Satan's Angel.

For more information, photos or interviews with the author, contact Deanna Dahlsad at Ephemera Bound.

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