Whether you managed to get your hands on an advance reading copy (ARC) of Go Home, Afton, or you just want to know more about the titular librarian, check out the Afton Morrison trivia challenge on Goodreads:
A few weeks ago, I announced that at some unknown point in the future, Go Home, Afton would be made available for pre-order, with a summer release date.
Well, that time is now, friends. Here’s a first look at the cover of Go Home, Afton. The first of four parts in a new thriller series, Go Home, Afton will be released June 25, 2018, and can be yours for just 99 cents.
I’m close to publishing the first book in a new series of thrillers. That first book is titled Go Home, Afton, and I expect to make it available for pre-order in the next couple of months. Just to play it safe, however, let’s bet on a summer release date.
We’re close enough to its publication, however, that I felt it was time to share a bit more about the series, and what readers can expect.
This brilliant short book should be considered a must-read for a group of people looking to have something to talk about for days . . . [The Matchbook is a] great book for a class to read.
—Roger P. Royer, Amazon & Goodreads Reviewer
[The Matchbook] quietly covers a lot of important emotional ground in a few pages and does it believably and with grace.
—Walter Rice, Author of The Kansas Cross-Up
I really ended up enjoying [A Book With No Pictures]. It is really different from anything I’ve read before, with its quirky and sarcastic humor.
—Donna Weiss, Book Reviewer (bookdragongirl.com)
I’ve been crafting a number of short stories over the last few months, in between my work on a series of novellas (more on that below), that I hope to begin releasing in the next few months. And a number of those short stories—some of which I am submitting to literary journals and magazines, some of which I intend to self-publish—have dealt with some pretty heavy subject matter.
So I decided to have a bit of fun, and write something a bit less serious. Enter A Book With No Pictures, a short, raunchy, and comedic tale about a dysfunctional relationship between a middle-aged man and his gifted, orphaned, five-year-old nephew, whom he adopts.
Starting today, and running through to January 31, 2018, you can enter to win one of three Kindle eBook giveaways I’m hosting on Goodreads.
I’m offering up 100 copies each of Fender, The Fifteenth of June, and The Matchbook.
[Fender] is a beautiful story of love, loss and the friendship between man and beast, and man and man . . . and it will definitely make you cry.
—Nicole Campbell, Book Reviewer (thebookwormdrinketh.com)
[Fender] touches on several topics relevant to most of us, including the healing nature and strength of relationships and forgiveness, not to mention the huge part a dog . . . can play in someone’s life.
—Cathy Ryan, Book Reviewer (betweenthelinesbookblog.com)