Ward’s Novels

Ward Anderson is the author of two novels. His most recent book, All That’s Left is available online and in bookstores everywhere.

How do you tell identical twins Steven and Scotty apart?
Hint: One of them is dead.

Steven is the sensible twin with a sensible job, sensible clothes, sensible haircut, and sensible girlfriend. He works as a sommelier and has annoyingly good taste. Scotty is the wild one, a free spirit who travels the world, gets drunk, gets laid, then gets in trouble. They haven’t spoken in three years. And now Scotty is dead.

Upon hearing the news of his brother’s fatal aneurism, Steven hops on a plane to Singapore to retrieve the body. He discovers that his twin had a hot local girlfriend, which isn’t surprising. With Scotty, there was always a girl–usually young and pretty, but not the kind of woman to die for. Dania is another story. She’s sexy, smart, sings in a cocktail bar, and notices a striking similarity between Steven and his twin: “You look like trouble, too.” She must be right because, over the next few days, Steven finds himself shirking his staid life back home, talking to Scotty’s ashes–and becoming dangerously involved with the one woman who might know the truth about his brother’s death. . .

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Ward Anderson’s debut novel,  I’ll Be Here All Week, is also available from Kensington Books.

The book is an honest, straight-forward look at what it is like to be on the bottom rung of the Entertainment Industry ladder.  How the life of a stand-up comedian is not exactly what people assume it is and that sometimes the hardest thing for a comedian to do is fall in love.

I’ll Be Here All Week does more than offer a window into the life of a standup comic. Any reader would feel like they are actually on that stage, living the life and hoping that they’ll get out alive. Underneath it all is a love story that is sweet and funny.” –Ophira Eisenberg, standup comic and author of Screw Everyone: Sleeping My Way to Monogamy

The book is available on Amazon.com (CLICK HERE) and wherever books are sold.


4 Replies to “Ward’s Novels”

  1. Man you gotta be kiddin me about the chapter Shaken, Not Stirred? You didn’t? I was in bed reading this book and enjoying it, but when I got to this chapter I lost it. I woke my wife up and couldn’t stop laughing. I cackled until I spackled. You painted a Picasso with your story telling here. In my mind, I was there. That was one of the funniest things I have heard in a long long time. Dude, you can jump in my disco anytime.

  2. All of it. Especially going on stage with a full load. I hope the book does well for you. I sure enjoyed it.

  3. Yeah, it’s all true…and awful. I’m really glad you enjoyed it. If you don’t mind, and you have the spare time, please write a review at Amazon and tell people what you thought of it. That helps me on my path to world domination. Thanks for reading!

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