GIBSONS, BC, CANADA (11/26/18) – Can one man divert disaster by revisiting the couples from all the weddings he’s attended? Bernard Kirby thinks so, and he’s made a list to win back the love of his life, Stephanie Hansen, before she marries his former best friend.
Catch Our Drift Productions new release, 17 Weddings, crosses many genres—a delightful combination of romantic comedy, literary, contemporary, and new adult fiction.
In his second novel, Mark Cameron presents a polarizing protagonist—a man-boy who is both lovable and loathable as he grapples with the failure of his fairy-tale marriage. “I’m not entirely sure where Bernard Kirby came from,” Cameron says. “His struggle to embrace adulthood was fun to write, and it also caused me to reflect on deeper issues. Despite its humorous veneer, 17 Weddings is a layered exploration of relationships—between lovers, family and friends.”
Terry Fallis—two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour—calls 17 Weddings “a wild ride infused with humour and heart. A moving story about love and regret and friendship.”
Will Bernard succeed, or will his plan self-destruct?
17 Weddings can be purchased in paperback and e-book formats through Amazon, Chapters Indigo, Barnes & Noble, Apple iBooks, and other online retailers.
Mark Cameron is a Canadian author based in Gibsons, BC. His debut novel, Goodnight Sunshine (2015), was longlisted for the inaugural Whistler Independent Book Awards. Visit Mark’s blog at www.markofwords.com.