My Publisher’s Going Bye-Bye

Obviously, this is an enormous inconvenience for me. I had another book under contract with them and now I have to hawk up a new publisher–a pain I was not looking forward to revisiting. Of course, I’m grateful to those at Booktrope who worked with me and sad it can’t continue. But it can’t, so… Continue reading My Publisher’s Going Bye-Bye

Summer Of Long Knives Kindle Edition Is Free Through November 14th

So we did this with Dismantle the Sun because it was my birthday. Now we’re doing it with Summer of Long Knives because…well…actually it’s part of a larger promotion by my publisher. Anyway, you can get the book free on your kindle until November 14th. Or you could always buy the paperback from Amazon or your book dealer… Continue reading Summer Of Long Knives Kindle Edition Is Free Through November 14th

Review: Dismantle the Sun is “Wrenching”

I certainly hope so. (From Dactyl Review) Dismantle the Sun (Booktrope, 324 pages) is literary, but if you are looking for a novel of bright sunshine, lollipops along with skittles and beer, this is not the book for you. It reeks pathos; “wrenches” is the term used on the back cover of the book, and the… Continue reading Review: Dismantle the Sun is “Wrenching”

Dismantle the Sun, My Debut Novel, is Out

It took ten years, ten months and an odd number of days from inception of the project to this point, but Booktrope Press has released my debut novel, Dismantle the Sun in paperback. An ebook edition should arrive in the coming days. From the back cover: Set against a landscape of snow and spiritual exhaustion, Dismantle the… Continue reading Dismantle the Sun, My Debut Novel, is Out