Tuesday, August 29, 2017



Three inmates break out of a maximum-security prison in Texas, one of them Danny Marsh, a suburban kid in his twenties who landed in jail because of a crime he never intended to commit.

An American Cage follows Danny and his two escape partners over a twenty-four-hour period as they struggle to cross Texas to freedom in Mexico. On this dangerous journey, Danny has to evade the rabid Texas authorities, and even worse, the schemes of one of his closest allies, who isn't who he seems. ​


A few of your favorite things:
My family, coffee, my Kindle.
Things you need to throw out:
Photos of me in high school when I had frosted tips, all the clothes I wore during that era.

Things you need in order to write:

A computer, being awake.
Things that hamper your writing:
A broken computer, sleep

Things you love about writing:
Hearing from readers.
Things you hate about writing:

Things you never want to run out of:
Criterion Collection movies, chips and salsa,
Things you wish you’d never bought:
A massive CD collection right before iPods came out, every warranty a salesperson told me was a “great deal.”

Favorite music:
The Cure, The Doors, The Kills, The Smashing Pumpkins.
Music that make your ears bleed:
Pop music created in a boardroom.

Something you like to do:
Something you wish you’d never done:
Ski drunk.

Things you always put in your books:

Things you never put in your books:
Exclamation points in dialogue.

Things to say to an author:

Keep on writing.

Things to say to an author if you want to be fictionally killed off in their next book:
Don’t keep on writing…the fictional me doesn’t really want to die.

Favorite books:
The Rabbit series by John Updike
Books you would ban:
None…screw censorship.

Favorite things to do:
Write, read.
Things you’d run through a fire wearing gasoline pants to get out of doing:
Ending up in a fire with gasoline pants on in the first place…what a horrible coincidence.

Things that make you happy:
A fun night out with my friends, a good dinner.

Things that drive you crazy:
People who talk really loudly on their cell phones in public places, when those same people make sure everyone around knows how “important” their conversation is. 


Ted Galdi is the author of the bestselling novel Elixir. The book is a winner of a Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award and a Silver Medal in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards. Ted is a graduate of Duke University and lives in Los Angeles. He has been featured by ABC and FOX television, iHeartRadio, Examiner, and many other media outlets. His second novel, An American Cage, is set for release Fall 2017.

Connect with Ted:
Website  |  Facebook  |  Goodreads  |  Instagram

The book is due to launch on October 16, but you can learn more about it here, and when it’s eventually out, buy it off this page too. Watch for it!

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