My good buddy Bob Rowlands emailed me this photo:
“Look at what came to our house from Amazon today! Someday in the future (I don’t know when yet), I want to get together in person for drinks and dinner, and you can autograph it for me! Although I read at least part of the draft a while ago, I’m looking forward to reading the finished product. It’ll be my bedtime reading.”
Oh, frabulous day! Uncontacted Frontier made its debut on Amazon.com.
My haiku entitled “Keep Walking” appeared yesterday in Doug Holder’s Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene:
UPDATE: I’VE DECIDED IT’S BEST THAT I CANCEL my in-person launch for my new book, “Uncontacted Frontier” on May 30. You can still buy the book from Amazon and Barnes & Noble when it comes out. The publisher, Moonshine Cove Publishing, is still shooting for a production date of April 21, 2020.
I’ve reserved the Arts at the Armory Café for the launch of my new book, “Uncontacted Frontier,” for Saturday, May 30, 2020 from 3:00-4:30 PM. It’s located at 191 Highland Ave #1c, Somerville, MA 02143. I hope everyone can attend!
This evening I completed and emailed corrections to the intermediate proof of my manuscript for the novel Uncontacted Frontier. It’s amazing how many little errors and corrections keep popping up in (what feels like) a completed manuscript!
Moonshine Cove Publishing reports they are on target for an April 21, 2020 production date.
The cover art arrived today for Uncontacted Frontier. Not too shabby!
This is terrible! The premise of my upcoming novel Uncontacted Frontier mirrors this real-life tragedy–a measles outbreak occurs among an indigenous tribe in the Amazonian rainforest…