I received my contributor’s copy of DEAD HARVEST this week, and I have to say it’s an impressive beast. When the anthology’s editor MarkParker said he had high ambitions for the book he wasn’t joking. This is a really well done book, tightly bound, neatly set out, and with great cover art that’s strikingly displayed to full effect in the trade-paperback edition.
So the paperback edition of my wee Western, Hour of the Black Wolf, is out and available in a large-print edition for the hard of seeing. Or, frankly, anyone else who wants a copy. It's published by FA Thorpe in their Linford Western Library imprint.
Here's what it looks like, the book:
And here's where you can buy a copy...
In the USA
In the UK
Your local library should, if you ask the nice librarian sweetly enough, be able to get a copy in for you . . . And you should be using your library, you really should, for all sorts of reasons.
Things have been hectic.
Hospital stuff, poorly relatives, Christmas, hospital visits, New Year, hospital visits, poorly relatives, poorly me . . .
Somewhere in all of that I have managed to get some writing done, honestly. But none of it has been on this blog. That will, I hope, change shortly.
Next post I'll tell you about the paperback edition of Hour of the Black Wolf.
See? Ending on a cliffhanger, and in such a short post. Sometimes I amaze myself.