My new book (well, to be perfectly honest, my first book in print) will be arriving to Amazon.com and, hopefully, other sites and shopping malls around the country this July. Things to do in Denver when you’re undead. I hope the title is snazzy enough to capture your attention and the the book is entertaining enough that you want to purchase several copies for friends and family, keeping me in the dough.
Why did I write this, you ask (ok, maybe you didn’t ask, but I’m going to tell you anyway)? Simple: the damn story was in my head and wouldn’t leave me alone! I thought about and thought about it until I was sick in the stomach and presto! I puked it up all over my Mac in Times New Roman. Thank to the wonderful people at Camel Press, especially my heroically patient editor, Catherine Treadgold, it will be rendered unto the public (that’s you, btw).
But enough about me….Just kidding, let’s talk more about me! I’m a stay-at-home-dad, looking after two kids and a cat so fat she can barely waddle up the stairs. My friends live a gajillion miles away in Omaha, Ne (on purpose! Really!), and I have very few friends here, so I starve for adult conversation. One of the best ways I can keep sane is pouring forth the contents of my brain for others to read. Does that sound a bit f*@&ed up? Well, maybe it is, but it works for me.
Okay, really…a lot less about me now and more about the book. If you think that killing trees for reading pleasure is wrong, I highly recommend purchasing a Kindle or Nook (not the best investment if you have a tablet or smart phone, get the app instead) and head to Amazon.com and spend $4.95 for the e-book. Totally worth it, cheap at twice the price, and a lot more portable, too. In the next few weeks I will be crafting a book trailer, which I will link here, and keep you wonderful readers up-to-date on signings or specials and my next effort, The Judas Line. It is also an urban fantasy that has been described as a cross between the Godfather and The Dresden Files.