Date Published: November 24, 2018
Publisher: Foolishness Press
Christmas in Prague is the story of Joseph, a divorced American twenty-something living as an expat in Prague. He's obsessed with Karina, a Czech waitress-turned-supermodel. She's freshly back from a trip to Italy with her English teacher, and she's ready to give Joseph the attention for which he's been longing. Will his Christmas wish come true?
About the Author
Rick Pryll is an award-winning author and poet. His book, "The Chimera of Prague" was selected as the winner of the 2018 New York Book Festival for Romance. A graduate of MIT, Rick wrote a novella as the thesis for his Mechanical Engineering degree. Having grown up in Western New York State, Rick and his wife, ArtPop Charlotte 2018 artist Holly Spruck, live in Charlotte. They have two children, two cats and a dog.
First published to the web in 1994, his hyperfiction short story “LIES” has garnered praise from the Wall Street Journal, SHIFT magazine, and several other publications in print and online. It is cited in more than seven books, has been translated into Spanish and Chinese.
From 1996 to 2002 Rick lived in Prague, in the Czech Republic. While there he published two books including Displaced (Foolishness Press, 1998) and Wallow (Foolishness Press, 1999). His stories and poems have been featured on the pages of THINK and OPTIMISM.
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1/10/2019 08:33:07 am
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1/12/2019 02:10:53 pm
This sounds like one that will keep me reading.
1/12/2019 02:24:52 pm
Sounds like a wonderful Christmas book.
1/12/2019 08:06:58 pm
This sounds good and I love the unique cover
1/14/2019 10:28:15 am
Not the cover I was expecting...
1/15/2019 09:48:23 am
What a colourful cover! From only the excerpt, I wonder if there's any other reasons for our Joseph to be so enamoured with the glamorous Karina besides her beauty... perhaps Christmas in Prague is truly magical. I was just watching a Hanz Zimmer concert in Prague (on the little screen) and it was a joyful experience.
1/20/2019 06:50:01 pm
Sounds like a great read and love the cover
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