Blue Ice Books Imprint to Release First Title

Quebec, April, 2013

Ross Murray’s second book Don’t Everyone Jump at Once, brought to you by Quebec City publisher Blue Ice Books, will be available from early May.

DEJO-Ross-Murray-CoverRoss Murray, humorist, CBC columnist, and author of Don’t Everyone Jump at Once – columns and other misguided notions.

ISBN: 9780991824410
Price: $18.50
Publisher: Blue Ice Books
www.blueicebooks.com

What would you like to know?
The real made-up rules of rugby?
Society’s failure to properly honour the long john?
The power secrets of MEtivation?
How to perform a body scan on the Prime Minister?
What to do when you discover slime in your Gatorade?
Fifty ways to say “I love you”?
Something that rhymes with “borscht”?

Ross Murray has all the answers. If only someone would ask him the questions. All you really need to know is that this collection of observations about the weirdness and wonders of life will leave you laughing and jumping for joy.

Interview Requests:

Blue Ice Books
info@blueicebooks.com
http://www.blueicebooks.com/contact-us
Tel: (418) 948-4144

Buy Ross Murray’s Don’t Everyone Jump at Once

Launch Events:

Wednesday May 8th
Book reading, question and answer session, and signing.
Ross Murray will be at:
AngloStore, Place Naviles, 3400, chemin des Quatre-Bourgeois, Quebec City, G1W 2L3
7.15pm start (doors open at 6.30pm)
http://www.anglostore.com/ross-murray-book-launch-event-may-8th

http://www.facebook.com/events/443841552365209

Saturday May 11th
Book reading, question and answer session, and signing.
Ross Murray will be at:
Haskell Free Library, 1 Church St., Stanstead QC.
4pm start

http://www.facebook.com/events/287564021376341

About Ross Murray:

Ross Murray is an award-winning humorist and radio contributor and the author of the earlier collection, You’re Not Going to Eat That, Are You? Raised in Nova Scotia, Ross has lived in the Eastern Townships of Quebec since the early 1990’s with his wife Debbie, four children and far too many pets. After all this time, Ross feels comfortable calling himself a Townshipper; his neighbours call him something else.

Praise for Ross Murray:

We call him The Sage of Stanstead for his wise-cracking brilliance.
Each of his columns leaves us wondering, “How does he come up with this stuff?” A mixture of Rick Mercer, Stuart McLean and Rex Murphy, he’s a Canadian wizard of wit and satire who never fails to amuse and amaze.
Jacquie Czernin, host, CBC Radio’s “Breakaway”

Every once in a while, you happen upon a writer you never knew before but know you’ll never forget. I was lucky to meet Ross Murray.
He’s brilliant, funny, wise and loves his community. He’s not afraid to say where he stands and not afraid to play – even dazzle us – with his language. Think Cirque du Soleil, Murray as one of Quebec’s linguistic acrobatic journalists.
Sheree Fitch, author, Kiss the Joy as it Flies

Buy this book.
Des Burkinshaw, book reviewer 

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