Monthly Archives: June 2016
I have been invited to share a table with with incredibly talented TJ Weeks this Saturday the 18th at the Half-Price Books on N. Lamar. If you haven’t read any of his stuff, you are missing out. Those of you with excellent memory (and taste) might remember that I interviewed TJ on The Headphone Bleed some months ago, then took a turn on his own podcast. I’m looking forward to schmoozing with the book buying crowd yet again and even more so with such a talented guy. You have been warned.
Remember kids: stay in school, don’t drink and drive, and come join us.
Okay, so I’ve been blathering about PALE WINTER SUN for over a year now. It does exist, I promise, but it’s been a rough road getting out there. I’m happy to say that it’s almost ready. I’m just waiting to get it back from some last minute edits and then after that it will be a matter of getting it to the publisher. My goal is to have it out by the end of July. It’ll be a great summer read about cold weather. (why the hell not, right?)
Not only will this be my first self-published novel, it’s also my first cover design. Lot of firsts here. The whole thing could crash and burn, or be a glorious success. Or a glorious crash and burn. Either way; here it is. Front cover for PALE WINTER SUN.
Remember kids: stay in school, don’t drink and drive, and don’t judge a book by it’s cover.