Friday, January 24, 2014

My Brother's Book, Tales From Indian Country: The Apple, Now Available!

Hi everybody!
Just wanted to drop an announcement on you! My brother has published his first novella, TALES FROM INDIAN COUNTRY: THE APPLE, and I encourage you to check it out. He is a very talented writer with two of his screenplays having been produced (TWO INDIANS TALKING and JOHNNY TOOTALL). TWO INDIANS TALKING won the audience award for Best Canadian Feature at the Vancouver International Film Festival a couple of years ago. He also co-created and produced the Leo Award-winning TV show BACK IN THE DAY (airing on APTN in Canada and FNX in the United States).

From the Press Release:

Tales From Indian Country: The Apple

Seven Short stories throughout the life of an Indian man that's considered an 'Apple' to his reserve, red on the outside but white on the inside. These stories chronicle his attempt to be more accepted by his community by going on a vision quest, his time dating a spiritual person, the time he played poker with a dying racist man; and the time as a ten year old that he discovered residential schools. It's an overall story about a man that struggles with how he sees himself and how others do.
About the Author
Andrew Genaille is a First Nations writer living in Canada; to date he's written several feature films including "Johnny Tootall," and "Two Indians Talking," which won the Audience Award at the Vancouver International Film Festival. He also wrote and produced with his siblings the documentary series "Back in the Day." for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network.
Check it out here:
It's available as an E-book at
or as a soft cover book here at Amazon:
It is coming soon to iTunes.
Please support Indigenous talent in arts & entertainment!
PS   I made the drum on the cover.

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