Hey folks, just a quick note to say happy holidays, and to tell you that thanks to the work of Patrick Swenson, publisher of Fairwood Press, Unpossible and Other Stories is now on Kindle: http://tinyurl.com/unpossible-amazon It will be out on Nook soon as well.
UPDATE 12/30: The Nook version is now available on Barnes & Noble: http://tinyurl.com/unpossible-bn.
And did I mention that they’re both only $5.99?
Now I’m going to go back to eating, drinking, and playing World of Tanks.
So Deb Coates (a pal and fantastic writer who has her first novel coming out next year), was browsing Huffington Post, and came across this article, reposted from Flavorwire: “The Most Criminally Overlooked Books of 2011.” And hey, Unpossible and Other Stories is on the list! I’m flattered, but now I feel weird, because I think this makes Raising Stony Mayhall twice as overlooked. Maybe there’s another list out there. Books So Overlooked It’s Not Even Criminal, It’s Just Sad.
On the other hand, the books in that list sound very cool. More reading to do this winter break…
Audible.com released their Best of 2011 List, and Raising Stony Mayhall is their Best Zombie Book of the year. (Audible didn’t make a category for horror, but they did for zombies — which just goes to show you, those living dead guys will take over everything.) My thanks to everyone who downloaded and rated the book!
If you’re the type to read books through your ears, you can buy the book here. The narrator, a voice actor named David Marantz, does a fantastic job.