It’s Coming!

Dying is My Business by Nicholas Kaufmann

Happy October, everyone! October has always been my favorite month, for obvious reasons (hello, Halloween!), but this year it’s even more special. Because this year, October is also publication month for Dying Is My Business! In just 8 short days, the novel will be on bookstore shelves and shipping from online bookstores.

But that doesn’t mean it’s too late to preorder! You can nab a copy from Amazon or any of these fine booksellers. Or you can take your chances with this nifty Goodreads giveaway. Ten free copies are available; 499 people have already signed up. Will you be the 500th? There are only 5 days left, so get in there!

If you live in the New York City area and want me to sign a copy for you, don’t forget I’ll be at WORD in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Wednesday, October 9th at 7:00 p.m. There will also be other readings and signings, which I’ll tell you about soon. I’ll also be popping up around the Internet on a few of your favorite websites this month. Keep your eyes peeled.

I’m excited! Can you tell I’m excited?

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