Writing a book and sending it out into the world is always a weird process. It takes so long, by the time it’s released, it doesn’t feel like something I did. I look at the cover and read the words and think, did I write that?
Suffice it to say, I did it with a lot of help, my co-authors, ’Nathan Burgoine and J. Marshall Freeman not least of all. It’s been eight years since my last book came out in print, if you except The Final Decree, which is digital-only. (And still totally worth checking out—that’s a hint to go buy it, by the way. I never said I was subtle.) So, I’m a little out of practice.
(That last book in print, by the way, would be The Unwanted, which is also still totally worth checking out.)
ANYWAY. As of yesterday, Three Left Turns to Nowhere is available, like, literally everywhere. (OK, I’m really misusing the word “literally” in that last sentence. Don’t judge me; you don’t know my life. [Be glad of that.]) I hope you’ll join me this evening, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. Central Time when ’Nathan, Jonathan, and I will be talking with Shane Mullen from Left Bank Books about our book. Details on how to tune in on Facebook and YouTube are here.
And while you’re at it, you could support a local indie by ordering a copy from Left Bank themselves. They’ve been so supportive of my writing since the very first book in 2009, I couldn’t be more grateful.