You’ll all be thrilled to know that the 2nd edition of A Stabbing for Sadie is available now wherever fine eBooks are sold. I imagine Amazon is where most of you will be picking up this awesomely edited, vastly improved version of my debut novel. Smashwords also has it in a variety of DRM free formats.
Haven’t read my first book? It’s about a mentally unstable chick trying to shake off her miserable formative years and develop into something better. But, she’s confused, ill, tired, and poor. Luckily, she’s also witty, honest, and complicated while having a knack for bitter sarcasm and knee-slapping humor.
Did a Guest Blog recently, about how point-of-view impacts the relationship between characters and readers. I use popular examples like The Girl Next Door, Carrie, and Fowles The Collector. Then, of course, I talk about my own books as well. I think it’s a pretty good read. I’d be stoked if it got some real play. Personally, I don’t think horror writers talk about POV and narrative voice nearly as much as they should.
Things at Under the Bed magazine are still a fine mix of frustration and awesome. The issues continue to get better and better. We’re taking on a lit reviewer and looking for a videogame writer, and we have an excellent film reviewer (Psst, it’s porcelain72). We don’t get enough Letters to the Editor though. You guys should send some in: