What did I learn in the last five years? Mostly this: it takes more than one person to write and publish a book. With that in mind, please excuse me for a brief moment of thank-you's (and this is just the short list):
CRITIQUE & SUPPORT: Brian Braden, Katie French, Kimberly Shursen, J. Eliott Coleman, V. Mark Covington, Dwight Biddle, Paul Sillence
EDITING: Scott Alexander Jones, Pela Via, Sally Hutcheson, David Biddle
COVER ART: Emma Myeesha
COVER DESIGN: Grace DuVal, Virginia Lloyd-Davies
PRODUCTION & MARKETING: Phil Jourdan, Maria Barry
I also learned that writing a book is the easy part. The real battle is editing, pitching, editing, pitching, editing, and then the job nobody wants to do... promotion. With that in mind, please help me fight the good fight by spreading the word and purchasing a copy. If you like it, let me know with a review on Amazon or Goodreads!
From the back cover:
After a solar eclipse nearly two years ago, nineteen people were found dead in a remote area of the California National Forest. They were lying in a circle, holding hands and wearing plastic fairy wings.
Years later, on the other side of the country, no one in the southern city of Jefferson is concerned about fairies or fairy-worshiping suicide cults. Except for Candy. She might not have proof, but she’s damn sure it’s going to happen again.
The problem is, Candy is a coke-dealing stripper and the only person who will listen to her is an alcoholic mall Santa named Hank, who’s only listening because, well… she’s hot.
There are seven days until the next eclipse.
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