So I finished Welcome to Happytown yesterday. That will be the second book in the April Almighty series. Dead to Writes is the first one. Though each book can stand on its own. It is currently being edited, so hopefully it will be live in a few weeks. I did the cover myself on this one. The cover image was provided by MadMaskMan. He does some great work so check him out.
So I did it again, I’ve been absent. Sorry. So some announcements. Dead to Writes is now live and for sale on Amazon. It has been for a few weeks now.
She’s so beautiful. That was all he could think every time he looked at her. His pretty girl, the love of his life. It was too bad she couldn’t speak. She was so beautiful, that he named her beauty. That wasn’t her given name. He didn’t like her given name, so he changed it. The first time he met her, she wasn’t the least bit interested in him, but she’d learn.
My next book, “Dead to Writes” is now available for pre-order on Kindle!
So last night I saw this article that really pissed me off. I had to write my own in response. The article was on Salon.com and can be seen here. The article is by a guy who quit his big time corporate job and to chase his dream of becoming a copywriter. The headline as it was going around twitter said something like “The horrible things that happen to you when you quit your job to chase your dreams.”
Through the article he discusses quitting his job and all the trials he faced since then. I can relate to this because I went through something very similar. About 18 months ago, I lost my job and began writing full time. Except my story is a bit different.
I really don’t know how or why, and I’m not complaining. But I got an email from Amazon tonight saying they looked into my inquiry and Hell, Texas is back live in the Kindle Store. There was no explanation or anything.
I had a great time this past weekend at Fantom Fest in San Antonio. It’s a small, intimate con but had a decent turnout. The fans were all into horror and paranormal stuff, so it was nice going to one of these and people not being creeped out by me at first site of my books.
So Hell, Texas was banned from Amazon. I posted on this the other day, but took it down as I tried to sort it out. They banned it, I changed a couple things and re-submitted it and they banned it again.
So I had a new cover made for Hell, Texas. Since it’s been having some problems staying on certain retail sites. I’ve made a couple minor revisions in the book and got this cool new cover for it. I actually like this one much better.
Hey folks. For those of you who follow me here, just wanted to post a little note as to things that have been happening. For one, you all may have noticed I’ve given the site a new look. I’d been using the old one for quite awhile so figured it was time to mix things up a bit. So I hope you all enjoy the new look.