Even More Copies of DYING IS MY BUSINESS Spotted in the Wild

Park Slope

Here’s a shot of Dying Is My Business on the shelf at the Park Slope Barnes & Noble in Brooklyn! Their stock is now signed by yours truly. I’d like to extend my special thanks to the staff there. They were kind, helpful, and excited to meet an author. One of them, a young woman, said, “I want to be a writer! I want to do everything! I want to save the world!” I told her it sounded like a good plan.

So if you happen to be looking for a copy of Dying Is My Business in Park Slope, stop by the B&N and pick one up. (These copies don’t have the misprint. I checked.) Look for it in the Fiction & Literature section, not the Science Fiction & Fantasy section. (No, I don’t know why.) And while you’re there, be sure to say hi to the staff. They’re the best.

Doctor Who: “The Night of the Doctor”

Essential viewing! Holy crap, I am speechless with nerd glee!

I can’t even!

A Reader Review of DYING IS MY BUSINESS

Reader (and poet!) Andrea Blythe has posted a rave review of Dying Is My Business on her website. It’s quite a flattering review, but one section in particular stood out for me. You see, a lot of the reviews focus on Trent, which makes sense, since he’s the protagonist and all. Very few of them, if any at all, talk about Bethany, who is another extremely important character. But Andrea puts them all to shame. She writes:

Now, can I just take a moment express my love for Bethany? This diminutive, spright-like young woman with a passion for the rules, a troubled past, and vest full of charms that will lay you on your ass has won my heart. She is hard edged, intelligent, honest, and kind. She is, in a phrase, many kinds of awesome.

That really made my day. Thank you, Andrea!

Another DYING IS MY BUSINESS Giveaway!

Curious about Dying Is My Business but not willing to, you know, spend money on it? Well, fear not! There’s another giveaway happening right this very moment! The fine folks over at LazyDay.CA have three (3) copies of Dying Is My Business they’re giving away for free. The giveaway ends December 1. As of this writing, 342 people have already signed up, so hop to it!

There’s also a nice review of the book on the site. Time for a pull-quote:

Dying Is My Business took me on a completely unexpected whirlwind…a very fast paced thriller in modern day New York.

So what are you waiting for, an engraved invitation from Alfred the butler? Enter the giveaway today!

 

 

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