BOOK RELEASE: “That Shot Didn’t Count” is Sederquist’s first attempt at fiction

It’s time to throw your money at something of value, folks. Get your non-refundable $800 pledge (or direct donation of a Fischer Speedmax 3D 207cm classic ski, weight range 150-170 pounds) into enterprises to secure your signed copy of Ryan Sederquist’s debut fiction novel, “That Shot Didn’t Count,” the tale of a Minnesota boy who returns home after a long and trying life ‘in the big city’ to discover his only real mistake in life was leaving in the first place.

Sederquist claims the idea for this book came to him while eating this meal at the Ellery House in Duluth, MN

Check out what others are saying about this book:

“Sederquist is a poor man’s Dave Barry with a flavorless pinch of Garrison Keillor. Like most things from Minnesota, it could use a little salt.” 

The Shovel Lake Times

“He is about as close to Charles Dickens as he is to Charles Darwin. Which is to say, he isn’t close to either.”

Dr. James White, theologian and host of The Dividing Line

“His writing always inspires me to say more by saying less.”

Kamala Harris, Vice President of the United States

“The protagonist is everything you couldn’t be and nobody you ever wouldn’t have been. It’s what America needs to read today.”

The New York Times

“As he always does, Sederquist pins your internally inconsistent foundational beliefs to the ground and forces you to say ‘uncle.’”

Ajee Sederquist, interim producer of The Seder-Skier Podcast

“I couldn’t put it down. But I couldn’t open it either.”

Jane Sederquist

Anticipated release date: August 2031

Sederquist is also accepting 61 cm carbon Cannondale Topstone lefty gravel bike donations for the chance to have yourself directly inserted into the book’s currently under-construction narrative. Contact for more information.

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