"Only an imaginative satirist can outpace the world's absurdity, but Mark Haskell Smith manages it with "Raw," a super-fun, super-wild, and sneakily thoughtful take on American literary and entertainment excess." Steve Hely, author of "How I Became a Famous Novelist"
Sepp Gregory, a reality-TV hunk and one of "People" magazine's "sexiest men alive," is on tour to promote his debut novel. Not that Sepp's actually read the book he doesn't have to, he lived it And everyone just wants him to take his shirt off.
The book has hit the bestseller list and is even getting rave reviews from serious critics. Aside from Harriet Post, that is. One of the blogosphere's most respected literary minds, Harriet fears that the novel's reception means the end of civilization is upon us. Determined to pen an expose on the publishing industry, Harriet hijacks the book tour and uncovers the ghostwriter. Reality and "reality" collide, and a tragic accident sends Sepp and Harriet off on a sex-fueled roadtrip through the southwest. "Raw: A Love Story" is Mark Haskell Smith at his raucous best, dangerously sexy and wickedly funny."
A Love Story