“Terrific read with a John Irving style list of crazy characters.”

Chris Angus, author of “Flypaper” and “Misery Bay.”

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“This is both sardonic and slapstick humor for adults…Can’t wait for the sequel. This woman is a nut!”

Peter Riva, author of “The Path,” “Murder on Safari” and “Reaching Angelica”

“Funny and fun. An insider’s look, a comedic voice, an engaging narrator.”

Sharman Apt Russell, author of “Teresa of the New World” and “Knocking on Heaven’s Door.”

“Cormack drapes his oddball cast of unusual characters in hysterical scenarios, but as we laugh (sometimes uncontrollably) at the absurdities he presents, we also learn about ourselves and our own lives….I hope to see much more from this gifted writer.”

Mike Jenne, author of the “Blue Gemini” Series, “Blue Gemini,” Pale Blue” and “Blue Darker Than Black.”

“If you’re looking for a book that literally puts you in a state of continuous, chuckling good humor — this is it.”

John Babb, author of “Orphan Hero.”

“Robert Cormack’s “You Can Lead a Horse to Water (But You Can’t Make It Scuba Dive) is hilarious; it is a parody of contemporary American popular culture, never heavy-handed, excellently written. As you read, it is often hard to resist bursting out in laughter.”

John R. Carpenter, author of “Wall, Watchtower and Pencil Stub.”

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I did a poor imitation of Don Draper for 40 years before writing my first novel. I'm currently in the final stages of a children's book. Lucky me.

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