Okay, fine, so all my Britishisms were lifted from Bertie Wooster and The Doctor (as my poor, long-suffering editor Marc Gascoigne can attest.) But still, DEAD HARVEST has officially gone international!
Look around. Are people speaking English? (If it takes a sec to figure that out, you may well be in Scotland. Sorry, Papa.) Then you should be able to walk into your finest book emporium (it's probably the place with all the CDs and greeting cards) and buy my book!
Why should you buy my book? Well, howsabout I let Jed Ayres of Barnes and Noble's Ransom Notes blog tackle that one:
"Can you afford to get lost in a good book this week? No? Then I strongly suggest you avoid Chris F. Holm’s debut DEAD HARVEST. Seriously, back away from the book, 'cause it’ll grab you."
Oh, and as an added bonus, ace editor David Cranmer has unveiled the cover for BEAT TO A PULP: ROUND TWO (in which I appear, with a cracking ghost-story that may also be a sequel to "Seven Days of Rain"). I won't spoil his fun by posting it here, so stop by his blog and check it out! (Spoiler alert: it's freakin' beautiful.)