I confess, as I write this, I'm a little dazed. It's been a whirlwind of a day. Book two of my Collector cycle, THE WRONG GOODBYE, is now available in print, ebook, and audio format—in the US and Canada, at least. Look for it (nay, pound on the counter and demand it) wherever books are sold. For what it's worth, I think this one's really, really good. But since there's a teeny, tiny chance I'm biased, here's a peek at what the ever-wonderful Elizabeth A. White had to say about it: "Holm set the world on fire with DEAD HARVEST, and now he absolutely burns it to the ground with THE WRONG GOODBYE." Thanks, Elizabeth! Thanks also to those who took the time to hype my books today, or dropped a line to wish me well. You made this release one to remember. Now, I do believe it's time to pour a drink. Tonight, I celebrate. Tomorrow, I get back to work.
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Back from an overnight sojourn to the spotty-internet-access wilds of western Maine, and what did I miss in my absence? As ass-kicking Fresh Meat post on THE WRONG GOODBYE over at Criminal Minds courtesy of Neliza Drew , that's what! Here's a taste of what the ever-lovely Ms. Drew had to say (click through to read the rest): "THE WRONG GOODBYE , like its predecessor, works on two levels. It’s a fun adventure, a cross-country fantastical crime spree that fans of Neil Gaiman’s AMERICAN GODS and the TV show Supernatural will likely enjoy. It hits all the right notes as both a buddy comedy and a horror show. Between laughing at the oil tycoon and being skeeved out by the 'Bug Man,' it’s great fun, even if you just read along the surface. Look, three words: demon opium den. You need more? Cross-dressing psychic using a demon as a piñata. Underneath, it continues exploring matters of morality, free will, and what it means to be more or less human.&qu