Book Release Party for Horse Bite by Dave O’Leary


Seattle, WA (October 05, 2011) – Infinitum Publishing will be hosting a party to celebrate the release of their newest novel Horse Bite by Dave O’Leary, a Seattle music writer and blogger. The event will take place from 6pm to 8pm on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at the Feedback Lounge in West Seattle.

“There is definitely an emphasis on design with our books and this is the latest title in our expanding catalog,” says Sophie Kelle of Infinitum Publishing.

Set to release on October 31, 2011, Horse Bite is the story of Dave and his efforts to find a bit of permanence in the balance of the things we create and the things we do to sustain ourselves, and in such balance to find that which matters most of all. At its core, Dave’s tale is one of monster G chords, poetry, booze, goodbyes, and the heart of a woman.

“We write books and songs and poems. It is the only way to make love eternal,” author O’Leary explains.

Originally from the midwest where he obtained a degree in English Literature from Ohio State, O’Leary came to Seattle after spending eight years in South Korea. He taught English overseas, traveled, owned a recording studio, lived life as a minority. These days he has a personal blog from which the foundations of Horse Bite grew after the most devoted readers wanted more. He also writes about music for (

O’Leary will be at the event to shake hands and sign advance copies of the book as will Jason Leung, author of Infinitum Publishing’s highly successful title This All Encompassing Trip.

Please visit for more information about Horse Bite.


October 9, 2011, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Feedback Lounge
6451 California Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98136


Jason is the author of the book This All Encompassing Trip and loves to travel to see Pearl Jam. He spends his time doing design and video work as well as running a daddy blog called The Rockstar Dad.

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