Steve Hermanos's latest update for Going, Going, Gone!

Mar 8, 2023

It’s March 8, 2023, the 1st anniversary of the publication of "Going, Going, Gone!" Thanks to everyone who participated in crowdfunding the novel. It was named one of the best books of 2022 by Kirkus Reviews. Now, instead of saying "Congrats, Steve," or sending a thumbs-up emoji, please post a 5-star review on Amazon and/or Goodreads. That would be much more greatly appreciated. No well-wishes, just take 5 minutes and type a three-sentence, 5-star review. Then, I will thank YOU.

Thank you to Adam G,. and the Inkshares production team, for producing a very beautiful book. It’s percolating through the baseball world, and when I show it, the cover and design makes people’s eyes pop.

“...raucously entertaining...riveting…lyrical…Readers will stick with this riotous page-turner to the last out.” – Kirkus Reviews, Best Books of 2022

 “Hermanos contrasts present and past in lively, exciting scenes. The novel’s heart—it’s got heaps—is in how the game changes these men, and how they change the game…”– Publisher’s Weekly, Editor’s Pick

 “Funny, imaginative, and thrilling!”– Zack Hample, YouTube star

 “A great novel…you start reading it and you don’t put it down.” – Marty Lurie, KNBR sports radio, San Francisco

 “Steve Hermanos blends ‘Back to the Future’ with ‘Field of Dreams’ in Going, Going, Gone!, a fast-paced tale about time-traveling baseball players that also touches on issues of race and politics.”– IndieReader, starred review

 “Amazing…absolutely fascinating…so much fun!”– Eric Schubring, WOJB - FM, Wisconsin Public Radio

 “A baseball novel you will love and enjoy.”– Rob Hakala, WATD - FM, Cape Cod, Mass.

 “An oasis in the desert.” – Paul McCaffrey, The Paulie Mac Podcast

 “Steve Hermanos’ writing is worthy of your attention.”– Amy Tan, author of The Joy Luck Club

 “A rollicking rollercoaster ride through the essence of what makes America worthwhile.— David Henry Sterry, author of Satchel Sez

 “A fascinating journey through time, filled with surprising twists and inside curves.”—Hugh Delehanty, author of Eleven Rings

“Fantastical invention...a delight.”—Lamar Herrin, author of Fractures

 “Interesting and fun.”—Warren Lawrence, WKNY - FM, Kingston, New York

 “Do you ever wish you could live in somebody else’s mind? I’d like to live in Steve Hermanos’ mind for a day.” – Tony Rhein, The Paulie Mac Podcast

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