That’s right, I did just call you that.
So, July looms in the not-so-far-off distance, and you know what that means; the re-release! Yes, I’m still excited about it. Just today my agent forwarded me some sort of thingamajig Amazon had put together for promo purposes, and you know what it said on there? It said that there’s supposed to be an audio book! Now, I haven’t heard a dang thing about this, but I’m going to guess that the good folks at Amazon wouldn’t put that on any such promo doodads if it wasn’t true. Right? Right. So, holy crap… audio book!
And that’s not all! Oh no. Not all at all, ya’ll. Nope.
Remember how I’ve been going on and on about how there’s going to be a new Seed cover? Well, it’s here! Here on this blog, that is. The old cover will stay on Amazon until the new version is available for purchase. But you knew that. There’s also a new blurb. So without further delay… :pulls back the curtain:
With nothing but the clothes on his back—and something horrific snapping at his heels—Jack Winter fled his rural Georgia home when he was still just a boy. Watching the world he knew vanish in a trucker’s rearview mirror, he thought he was leaving an unspeakable nightmare behind forever. But years later, the bright new future he’s built suddenly turns pitch black, as something fiendishly familiar looms dead ahead.
When Jack, his wife Aimee, and their two small children survive a violent car crash, it seems like a miracle. But Jack knows what he saw on the road that night, and it wasn’t divine intervention. The profound evil from his past won’t let them die…at least not quickly. It’s back, and it’s hungry; ready to make Jack pay for running, to work its malignant magic on his angelic youngest daughter, and to whisper a chilling promise: I’ve always been here, and I’ll never leave.
So there you have it. Exciting! 😀
As I mentioned, I’m also working on a Seed soundtrack via Spotify, as well as a total overhaul of my website.
Meanwhile, I’ve still been hard at work on The Neighbors edits. We’re currently on the third pass, but we’re in the home stretch. And that’s good, because I’m due in New York City on June the 4th. Yes sir, this little author is being sent to The Big Apple to attend Book Expo America. I’m not exactly sure what goes on at these things, but I’ll be in attendance only to hear, over and over again, how much I don’t look like a horror author. Hoho, you? You’re too gosh darn cute to write stuff like that! I’m going to keep an official count of how many times people say this to me. Maybe we should start a pool. Who’s in?