The publication in Zouch adds one more notch in Shiloh's reach as an internationally-
"The Paparazzo" details how two 18-year-old Connecticut characters, Torin Ballantine and Pamela Manning, meet. The story is being expanded into a future novel by Shiloh.
The selection is a simple story of the battle of the sexes, with a twist at the end. "It's set from the 70s to the present day and should be a lot of fun to read," Shiloh said from his home in Northern Illinois.
He is currently editing his second novel which is titled WAITING FOR THE END.
"The Paparazzo" is set on the back drop of track and field, which Shiloh participated in. Back in the summer of 2000, he won silver medals at the Prairie State Games in the shot put and discus events.
That experience became background for his down-and-out wacky 2008 novel POOKOO, about a wayward track ex-Olympic athlete. POOKOO is currently available as a paperback or Kindle e-book from Amazon, and plans are to expand it to e-book editions for Narnes & Noble's Nook and other platforms. http://www.amazon.com/
For more info on this author, visit http://www.dougshiloh.com.
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