Book Promotion for “The Redemption of Don Juan Casanova” on Sale for $0.99

The reason I’m sharing this post on my blog about combat and PTSD is because the main character in this murder mystery is also a former U.S. Marine and Vietnam Vet who lives with PTSD. After all, authors are often advised to write what we know best, and I am a former U.S. Marine, who fought in Vietnam and lives with PTSD. In addition, years after serving in that war, I was a maitre d’ in a large nightclub for a few years.

Lloyd Lofthouse

After years of endless seductions, the 20th century’s Don Juan Casanova has met the one woman he wants to romance for the rest of his life, but his future is threatened when he becomes the prime suspect in the nightclub murders of his grandfather and younger brother.

P Benson, a top 1,000 Amazon Reviewer said, “I loved this book. The Redemption of Don Juan Casanova was a superb, funny mystery.”

A judge for the 23rd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards said, “In The Redemption of Don Juan Casanova, we are presented with a contemporary update on an old story told with an interesting spin that gets us to view the original in a new light while helping us to see the world around us in a fresh and interesting way.”

The setting of this novel is based on a night club called the Red Onion in Southern California where…

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4 thoughts on “Book Promotion for “The Redemption of Don Juan Casanova” on Sale for $0.99

  1. Okay, Lloyd, I finally did it. I ordered the kindle edition of your book. Because I always like your writing, I am sure I will like it. After I read it, I will tell you what I think. But please be patient, I am doing so many things, it may take a little while.

    • Thank you. Hope you enjoy the story. No rush. I know how challenging it is to find time to read. These days I read more books in the car listening to CDs when I’m driving then what I read from tree books in my spare time. What spare time, I ask?

      • I do the same. I read Audible books to and from tutoring, interviewing teachers, working part time in my school, etc. I am presently listening to the Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King, which is a series of short stories. In the anthology is an interesting story about a Kindle. I think you might like it. If you noticed, I have not written a blog post for a while. I think I am busier now in retirement than when I was working full time.

      • My too—being busier now in retirement then when I was working. The last audio book I finished was “The Paris Wife” by Paula McLain—about Hemingway’s first wife and their relationship.

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