As newsletter subscribers already know, I’ve released the latest novelette in my Stories from a Post-Break World series! A Sure Thing is now free-to-read on Kindle Unlimited or available for purchase in digital format! While See These Bones and its sequels are understandably focused on Damian and his struggles, it’s a big, broken world out…
While I’m still editing Red Right Hand, some eagle-eyed individuals recently noticed that a pre-order listing had appeared on Amazon. Whoops! With that in mind, this seemed like a great time to publicly announce the release date and reveal the new book’s cover!
The cover design process for Red Right Hand was surprisingly drama free. I had a good idea what I wanted, going in, and my cover designers knocked it out of the park on their very first try! I think it will look great next to See These Bones on a bookshelf, and can only hope that you all like it as much as I do!
Without further ado, here it is:
In a year that’s somehow already lasted three lifetimes, why not have Black Friday in May? To celebrate Memorial Day and this week’s release of Investigation, Mediation, Vindication, I’m putting See These Bones on sale for $1.99!
This week-long promotion starts today, Friday, May 22nd. If you haven’t yet entered the post-Break world yet, this is your chance!
Release Day This is it. Today is the day. Seven years after I sat down and wrote the first words of what would become Investigation, Mediation, Vindication, I am now finally sharing the entire book with the world. Finally, you all get to join John Smith on his journey. Punk-rock vampires, sports-obsessed goblins, insane demigods,…
Before tomorrow’s release of Investigation, Mediation, Vindication, I thought it would be fun to once again share some of the (mainly ridiculous) stats behind the book. How many times does the main character faint? What 2013 San Diego references are no longer viable in 2020? All this and more!
With the launch of Investigation, Mediation, Vindication just three weeks away (!!), May is going to be busy. Earlier this month, I revealed the cover design for the book. Coming up, you can expect sample chapters, advance reviews, story stats, and more. But before we get into any of that, it seemed like a good idea to explain the book is really about. And who better to give us an introduction to Investigation, Mediation, Vindication than the main character himself, Mr. John Smith?
So without further ado… my interview with the protagonist.
In my mind, every book cover has three stories.
There’s the story the image tells. There’s the story that it covers… i.e. the book itself. And last, but not least, there’s the story of its creation.
Today, I’m thrilled to to reveal the cover for my urban fantasy novel, Investigation, Mediation, Vindication. You’ll be able to judge for yourself what story it tells, if any. As for the story it covers… I’m afraid you’ll have to wait until May to read the book. But in the meantime, I want to tell the third story; the story of the cover’s creation.
So… a thing happened last week, and contrary to my fears, the world didn’t stop spinning. Nor did the barbarian hordes sweep down from the north to sack Rome for an eighth time. In Las Vegas, we did have a week of unseasonably warm weather for November, but something tells me that had nothing to…
After more than three years, dozens of query letters, countless cover-to-cover revisions and editing sessions, several months of cover shenanigans, a live-action trailer, and eight-plus posts of countdown hype, the release day of See These Bones is finally here! Today, readers from around the world will finally get to experience the post-Break world through the eyes and mind of my possibly doomed and very-much-broken protagonist, Damian Banach.
I’m equal parts happy, excited, and… worried.
With the release of See These Bones less than two weeks away, I thought it would be fun to take a break from all the process-heavy and behind-the-scenes posts to share some quick, mainly ridiculous, stats about the book. All numbers provided here represent my best guesses after a less-than-careful review of the manuscript, and I reserve the right to be proven utterly incorrect by future readers. I’ve also tried to keep things spoiler-free.