Leo Valiquette
Pro baseball players -- the rookie, the overpaid prima donna, the cigar-chomping coach -- ripped back in time by an earthquake. Hermanos gives us a fresh and entertaining take on the fish-out-of-water story you don't have to be a ball fan to enjoy.
Steve Hermanos
“A joyous romp. A rollicking rollercoaster ride through the essence of what makes America fun and worthwhile. A wild cross between Ragtime, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, Back to the Future and Field of Dreams.”                   —David Henry Sterry, author, Satchel Sez (with Arielle Eckstut) 
“An astonishing triple play of baseball, time travel, and unforgettable characters. Funny, imaginative, and thrilling! ”                —Zack Hample, author, Watching Baseball Smarter and The Ball 
“Fantastical invention. A delight.”                 —Lamar Herrin, author, Fractures and The Rio Loja Ringmaster 
Going, Going, Gone is a fascinating journey through time, filled with surprising twists and inside curves. This hilarious novel traces the misadventures of an unlikely trio of heroes who suddenly find themselves adrift in the middle of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. What follows is not only an entertaining joyride through the back pages of history, but also an insightful look at how the absurdities of the culture we live in shape our perception of the world. Step aside, H.G. Wells. This is time-travel fiction with a lot of spin.”                   —Hugh Delehanty, author, Eleven Rings (with Phil Jackson) 
*   *   *   *   *   O, Gigantic Victory!   *   *   *   *   *“It’s perfect!”                 —Ken Burns, filmmaker 
“Hermanos makes me hunger for the upcoming season.”                 —George Vecsey, New York Times 
“Brilliant and hilarious!”                —Brian Murphy, KNBR San Francisco sports radio
KE Van Dorn
Love for the beautiful game shines through, but even more importantly, this author has a fantastic and fun grasp of characters.