From now until just after Halloween you can get my novel Gossamer: A Story of Love and Tragedy for 99 cents! Grab it for Kindle here, or grab it in another format here.
“Gossamer” is a mythical, almost philosophical book that strips the reader naked and forces us to challenge our assumptions about love with passages that will touch you in places inside yourself you forgot exist. – Anita Siraki/HellNotes
Lee takes the unlovely parts of real life and sets it in a setting so deliciously bizarre that you think you’re simply reading a story, when in fact you’re listening to a man sitting across from you and telling you all about pain. – Mercedes Yardley/Shock Totem
“10 out of 10 Stars… GOSSAMER: A STORY OF LOVE AND TRAGEDY will blow you away my friends. It is that good.” — Peter Schwotzer/Famous Monsters of Filmland.
An ancient witch, Dorothy Good, has lost everything to the vampire who has blown in on the hot desert wind and lain waste to her soul and her town. When a young family arrives at the end of a two week battle, she sees a chance to end the bloodshed and possibly regain a portion of what was stolen.
But they’re heavily outnumbered and night is falling…
I’m curious. Tell me!
Here’s what I’m excited about this week…
My latest Dark Fantasy novel GOSSAMER: A STORY OF LOVE AND TRAGEDY earned a 10 out of 10 star review on Famous Monsters of Filmland. Thanks to Peter Schwotzer for the read and review! You can check out the novel on Goodreads, or buy it from Amazon, Smashwords, iTunes, Kobo, etc throught that Goodreads page.
Also great to see Shock Totem, my favorite magazine, receiving glowing praise for their sixth issue from John Skipp over on Fangoria!
I’m eagerly awaiting my best writing buddy Shaun Ryan’s Crime novel. After I pre-read it, offer feedback, and he becomes famous I can make him buy me dinner. Good plan. He’s an amazing writer and I can’t wait to see him sell that first novel. What a thrill.
The weather here is finally breaking into spring so I can get out and walk/jog a lot. Thank god. I was sick of winter. A snow bunny I am not.
Reading a lot of great novels lately by James Lee Burke (Robicheaux series) and Joe Lansdale (Hap and Leonard series).
But the thing I’m most excited about is warmer weather. My brain is thawing. Soon I’ll be the midnight express.
Share your secrets with me.
Got a new review of Down Here in the Dark (the sequel to Iron Butterflies Rust) on Famous Monsters of Filmland. Thanks to Peter Schwotzer!
Also just got news that IMMERSION is nearing completion from Thunderstorm Books! Have to turn in the dedication, acknowledgement, jacket copy when I get home tonight. Sweet.
And don’t miss out on the live event this Thursday at 9 pm EST. Lots of great prizes and it’s going to be good fun!
Peter Schwotzer reviewed my latest novel THE DAMPNESS OF MOURNING on Famous Monsters of Filmland.
Check it out and spread the word!
If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, the hardcover release is today!!! And these early limited editions are going to be highly collectible!
You can also grab the digital at the same link above and see what all the hoopla is about!