Random Acts of Vandalism

B.C. author launches second novel at the Penny Farthing Pub, Sat, Nov. 26

B.C. Author Patrick Blennerhasset is launching his second novel, Random Acts of Vandalism, Sat, Nov. 26 at the Penny Farthing Pub

Promising provocative B.C. author, journalist and communications specialist, Patrick Blennerhassett draws from personal experience and relationships to create the characters and events in his novels, but they are in no way a reflection of his life.

“Of course I draw on my personal reality, as any good fiction writer does, but no passage or any character is factually based at all — they’re composites and amalgamations mixed with fiction,” he says.

Blennerhasset is doing a book singing and reading from his second novel, Random Acts of Vandalism at the Penny Farthing Pub, Sat, Nov. 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. M

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