I’m happy to reveal that my second novel will be hitting stores this year.
The Puller (which sold to Hollywood and Germany) was the first novel I ever wrote. Novel #2 is the second.
As of now the title is being discussed. Obviously this issue will be settled shortly.
I also want to thank my U.S. and German readers for making 2015 such an awesome year. On top of the film contract, I taught a writing panel with Game of Thrones editor Anne Groell.
Hopefully, 2016 can compare.
I’m celebrating in the writing office with a friend, cinnamon rolls, and coffee, lol. THE PULLER (or TRAPPED) has reached the top 100 in all three genre categories on Amazon Germany.
A huge thank you to my German readers!
Ein riesiges Dankeschön an meine deutschen Leser!
Also, the signing at Missoula Hastings went fantastic yesterday. It was great meeting so many interesting people. Thank you Missoulians for being so warm.
Hey everyone, I’ll be signing copies of my debut novel THE PULLER at the Missoula Hastings on January 9th, 2016 (tomorrow).
The signing starts at 2pm and goes until the books are gone.
Meanwhile, THE PULLER continues to do very well in Germany. I’m thrilled that the story of Matt Kearns is overseas. A huge thank you to my German readers!
I recently hired local Missoula artist Ariel Orion Anne for some of my upcoming projects. One of the things she did was alternative THE PULLER artwork, which I’m a huge fan of (see attached image). You can view more of her work here.
Also, I hope to be announcing several new projects soon.
I live in Missoula, and people I run into on the streets or various establishments ask me about my current work in progress, “The Dry Lake”.
Since I’m on the first draft, it’s going to be quite some time before it sees daylight. But it is a priority, first on my fresh writing list.
The novel details the drama of underground Missoula. This is not the North Face-outfitted-jogging-with-lab-in-the-Rattlesnake Missoula, but the real Missoula. The maw.
I’m completely certain The Dry Lake is going to bristle a few egos. But a writer isn’t doing their job otherwise.
I’m hoping to complete the first draft by the end of the month.