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While Martin is preparing for life on Mars, he struggles to understand life on Earth… Like, why did his wife leave.
Christopher Meeks’ insightful and quirky Moxie: A Story about Divorce

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A scientist at the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California, Martin works on the MOXIE project, a Mars rover mission that will help prepare for the first manned mission to the red planet. After Martin’s daughter has started college, his wife, Samantha, acts strangely but says everything is fine. Then she leaves for no clear reason. While he’s preparing for life on Mars, Martin struggles to understand life on Earth. With humor and compassion, Christopher Meeks explores a marriage and Mars with insight.

“I’ve read many dozens of Kindle Shorts, and few of them engaged me as much as the story about the disintegration of Martin and Samantha’s marriage. Kudos on some exceptional writing.” –Jim Chambers, reviewer.

“Christopher Meeks’s quirky stories are lyrical and wonderfully human. Enjoy.” –Sandra Tsing Loh, author (“A Year in Van Nuys.”)

Bestselling author Christopher Meeks continues his trademark insight and humor in his newest release: You Wreck Me, Baby (A Story about Divorce)

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“‘You Wreck Me, Baby’ is brief but contains more story than most full novels. That is Meeks’s gift: terse, succinct, no nonsense, a gift for grabbing our attention, dallying a bit to infect us and then it is over. Just like that!” –Grady Harp, Top 100 Reviewer

In “You Wreck Me, Baby,” a Los Angeles man, Javier O’Hara, grapples with his wife’s recent separation from him. As he’s taking his dogs out for their nightly pee, he feels something worse — a new kidney stone. Should he call his wife for help?

This story is part of a series of new tales from Christopher Meeks of modern life in America. When his first short story collection, “The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea,” came out, the Los Angeles Times called his work “poignant and wise, sympathetic to the everyday struggles the characters face.” Entertainment Weekly wrote it was a “stunning” collection. He continues here with his trademark insight and humor.

A novel inspired by a true story of adolescence, war, and rock ‘n’ roll: The Chords Of War by Christopher Meeks and Samuel Gonzalez Jr.

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Inspired by Sam Gonzalez’s true story, “The Chords of War” is the tale of punk rock teenager Max Rivera from Florida, who seeks purpose as he tries to understand why his life always teeters between music and mayhem. After he’s kicked out of his band on tour, he joins the Army to change his life. It’s after 9/11, and he finds himself under fire in Iraq, part of the surge in Baqubah. In order to deal with confusion and raging hormones during daily patrols, battles, and women fighting alongside him, Max creates a new band with soldiers. Will Max and his friends make it?

The Chords of War brilliantly shows that the chaos, destruction, and terror of war can spawn primal desires, not only to survive, but also to love, to create, and, if you’ve got a guitar and the chops, to rock the hell out.” – Graham Yost, acclaimed writer and television showrunner (Justified, The Americans, The Pacific, Speed)

A charming and surprisingly sexy tale of murder, betrayal… and the importance of beneficial insects?
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A Death in Vegas

by Christopher Meeks

A Death in Vegas
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In “A Death in Vegas,” the president of a company that specializes in beneficial bugs for organic gardeners discovers a young woman dead in his Las Vegas hotel suite. She had worked as a sexy lady bug at his convention booth—and he had nothing to do with her death. While that’s being investigated, the FBI raids his booth on a money-laundering scam, which he knows nothing about either. Soon, the coroner doesn’t have good news. The police and FBI are against him—and his wife cannot be found. He flees to find answers and his wife.

Reviews:

“With his tongue planted firmly in cheek, Christopher Meeks spins a charming and surprisingly sexy tale of murder, betrayal, and the importance of beneficial insects.” –Mark Haskell Smith, author of Baked and Raw: A Love Story

“I’ve never, ever wanted to go to Vegas. I don’t care if what happens there, stays there. But Christopher Meeks makes me want to go so I can find out who done it. A fun, exciting read, with Chris’s usual wonderful writing and great sense of humor. “ –Jessica Barksdale Inclan, author of Her Daughter’s Eyes and How to Bake a Man.

“Christopher Meeks had me at page three. I couldn’t wait to find out how Patton Burch was going to explain the naked body he woke up to in his Las Vegas hotel room – first to the cops and then to his wife.” –Sam Sattler, Book Chase

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“Highly recommended!” – Midwest Book Review

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“Laugh-out-loud funny!” NY Times bestselling author Darcie Chan

Love At Absolute Zero is a comic romance about Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old star physicist at the University of Wisconsin who’s determined to meet his soul mate within three days using the Scientific Method. As he channels his inner salmon for speed dating, he accidentally steps on the toes of a visiting Danish schoolteacher–and his life turns upside down.

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“A deeply resonant read that manages to be funny without sacrificing its gravity. Highly recommended!” -Heather Figearo, Raging Bibliomania

“Thermodynamics are nothing; it’s that love thing that is so frustratingly hard to figure out. ‘Love at Absolute Zero’ is an excellent read that is very much worth considering, highly recommended!” -Midwest Book Review

“It is a given, now, that Christopher Meeks is a master craftsman as a writer…. [The novel] is a gift–and one of the many that continue to emerge from the pen and mind and brilliant trait for finding the humor in life that makes him so genuinely fine a writer.” -Grady Harp, Amazon Top-Ten Reviewer

About The Author

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Christopher Meeks was born in Minnesota, earned degrees from the University of Denver and USC, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1977. He’s taught English at Santa Monica College, and creative writing at CalArts, UCLA Extension, Art Center College of Design, and USC. His fiction has appeared often in Rosebud magazine as well as other literary journals, and his books have won several awards. His short works have been collected into two volumes, “The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea” and “Months and Seasons,” the latter which appeared on the long list for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award. He’s had three plays produced, and “Who Lives?: A Drama” is published. His focus is now on longer fiction. His first novel is “The Brightest Moon of the Century,” and his second, “Love At Absolute Zero.”
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Everyone has a bad day. In the crossover thriller BLOOD DRAMA, graduate student Ian Nash, after losing his girlfriend, gets dropped from a Ph.D. program in theatre. When he stops at a local coffee shop in the lobby of a bank to apply for a job, the proverbial organic matter hits the fan. A gang of four robs the bank, and things get bloody. Ian is taken hostage by the robbers when the police show up. Now he has to save his life.

FBI Special Agent Aleece Medina’s analysis of the bloody bank heist drives her into the pursuit of a robbery gang headed by two women. She doesn’t anticipate how this robbery will pit her against both the bandits and the male higher-ups in the FBI while the media heats up during a giant manhunt.

The robbers are about to kill Ian, and all he has at hand is his knowledge of the stage.

BLOOD DRAMA is from Christopher Meeks, author of the award-winning LOVE AT ABSOLUTE ZERO.

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 “Author Christopher Meeks synthesizes all with elan in this most recent narrative triumph. He unfailingly entertains!” – Gerald Locklin, author of The Vampires Saved Civilization 

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“A truly great novel in the tradition of Charles Dickens and John Irving.” –Marc Schuster, Small Press Reviews

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In his fourth award-winning book, Christopher Meeks offers a comic and compassionate coming-of-age novel. A young Minnesotan, Edward, is blessed with an abundance of “experience”–first when his mother dies and next when his father, an encyclopedia salesman, shoehorns Edward into a private boys school where he’s tortured and groomed. He needs a place in the universe, but he wants an understanding of women.

Edward stumbles into romance in high school, careens through dorm life in college, whirls into a tornado of love problems as a mini-mart owner in a trailer park in Alabama, and aims for a film career in Los Angeles.

In nine chapters, the reader experiences Edward’s life from ages 14 to 45. This novel follows Meeks’s highly acclaimed collections of short stories, The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea and Months and Seasons.

Carmela Ciuraru wrote in the Los Angeles Times Book Review of Meeks’s first book, “This idea resonates throughout the collection: Meeks’s characters seek happiness in the small things because they have no choice … [The stories] are poignant and wise, sympathetic to the everyday struggles these characters face.”

Author and humorist Sandra Tsing Loh has said, “Christopher Meeks’s quirky stories are lyrical and wonderfully human. Enjoy.”

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“Christopher Meeks captures life’s unpredictability while retaining a message of the hope that inspires us all.” -Meghan Burton, Medieval Bookworm

“In his debut novel, The Brightest Moon of the Century, Christopher Meeks chronicles one man’s path to middle age and, in doing so, illustrates how choices and circumstances — even those that seem arbitrary at the time — have a way of irrevocably cementing a person’s future.” -Cherie Parker, Minnneapolis Star Tribune
  
“Charming and endlessly entertaining, The Brightest Moon of the Century is a fine read that is an excellent addition to literary fiction collections.” -Midwest Book Review 

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