Saturday, November 14, 2015


 From Joseph A. Pinto:

In honor of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, I am once again donating 100% of royalties of my book 'DUSK AND SUMMER' to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research. Wait...what? You haven't read it? Then be prepared for a journey beyond your wildest imagination...
US link: (available in paperback & Kindle editions)
UK link: (available in paperback & Kindle editions)
Share a selfie of yourself posing with my book (even if it's on your Kindle screen) and your P!!
Does Heaven await beneath the waves? One man needs to know.
When his dying father whispers a cryptic message to him, he has no choice but to summon his courage and begin the quest of a lifetime. It’s a race against time to realize his father’s wish and fulfill his own destiny; it’s a discovery of the unbreakable bond between father and son. It’s a journey of the heart that unfolds where only the Chosen exist – in the moments between Dusk and Summer.
"A poignant, metaphoric conversation between son and father. A story that will warm your heart."
--Yvonne S. Thornton, M.D., bestselling author of The Ditchdigger's Daughters

 Here's my selfie:

By Christopher on December 10, 2014
Format: Paperback
I write this review from a place many people can relate to. I write this review from a spot within myself that is not empty, but filled with the grief-stricken, the disheartened, the broken.

Dusk and Summer is a tribute to one man's personal hero, his father. A tribute to a man who was larger than life and more honorable that any ten men. A promise made, and then kept; "... never drop the ball"
I write this review as a reader, a father and a son... secretly hoping to leave a legacy like this for my own children... also knowing that I am working through a tale, not unlike this one of which, the outcome is still too far to see, yet to close for comfort.

This was a brilliant look into the life of a man I will never know, but who I feel I would have been honored to have met. Heartfelt and emotional, Joseph captured what he was feeling and told a story that I didn't want to put down, a story his father would have been proud of. It takes a fair amount of courage to open yourself and Joseph did exactly that. He opened up his heart, his family and his life to share with the readers.

This is one story that will stay with me! Well done, Mr. Pinto... well done, indeed. 
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A great book from a super author!
Blaze McRob

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