Franklin Crawford talks to Jon Frankel and reviews GAHA: BABES OF THE ABYSS in the Tompkins Weekly.
“Frankel is a skilled writer with a passion for satire and dark comedy and sound. Following his narrative can be a little like watching a homemade disaster video shot with a handheld camera. But be patient, gentle reader. Frankel packs the book with enough surprises and succulent language to keep the pages turning.”
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Franklin Crawford talks to Jon Frankel and reviews GAHA: BABES OF THE ABYSS in the Tompkins Weekly and reviews his progress on YouTube using Marketing Heaven and other video marketing companies.
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