First, I'm going to be interviewed by the amazing, multitalented Dr. Briar Lee Mitchell tomorrow evening at 7PM EST. It'll run live while we're talking, but it'll be available afterwards, as well. Here's the url to get to it: http://artistfirst.com/briarlee.htm
I think the majority of the interview will discuss my upcoming book, Casualties. It's going to be published by Permuted Press on February 16th, and will not only be available via ebook through Amazon--it'll also be available in beautiful glorious paperback (TA-DA!). If your local bookstore, indie or otherwise, doesn't have it on the shelf, ask for it, and they'll get it. Here's a peek at the cover.
Not an album cover.
That star is actually representative of a star at the top of a hill on Fort Huachuca, Arizona. When asked by the publisher about the cover art, I sent them a link to a Youtube video clip that showed the star on the hilltop. They took some artistic liberties, of course, but I love it. When I find the person who designed it--I owe them a drink or two.
In a nutshell, this is Casualties:
When Sergeant First Class Chris Williams was in Afghanistan, he fought every day against the insurgent forces lurking behind every rock. Today, he’s back home, and he and his family are moving to a new Army post.
“Desert people sure love their ghosts.”
Then the nightmares begin. At first, Chris wonders why nightmares would continue to plague him, but soon, he realizes the reason. He and his family are not alone in their house. An evil older than Fort Huachuca, older than time itself, lives here.
But what can they do? They are already casualties of life, crippled by both a crumbling marriage and growing paranoia. Can Chris and Molly save their family—and possibly the world—from the evil already living under their own roof?
So come on by Briar's page and listen to the interview, then grab the book when it comes out.