Before we get to the guts of this quick post, a little reminder because more than a few people have been scratching their heads over this one…
The Undead Mr. Tenpenny will be available as both an ebook and a paperback.
in fact, all my books are in paperback format except the Osteria Chronicles box sets that are too large (have too many pages) to be printed by the print-on-demand pixies.
However, because of the way the system works, my paperbacks can’t be pre-ordered (yet, that may change).
So, if you have been interested in my silly tale, but don’t like ebooks, please be patient…the paperbacks will be available by release day. As soon as they’re ready I’ll have a special post just for the paperback lovers out there!
Okay, onto the show…
The Undead Mr. Tenpenny has been featured by the Clackamas County Arts Alliance!!!
Those of you who’ve been following me for a while now might remember this wonderful group from the days when I got frustrated with my writing and turned my hand to artistic endeavors. They were great to work with, and through them I had several solo shows.
So, on a whim a few weeks ago, I contacted the Alliance and let them know about my upcoming book and asked if it might be something they’d feature in their events calendar. They replied with an enthusiastic YES.
Now, I was expecting nothing more than a spot on the events calendar, but when I opened my email today, there was my book featured front and center as one of the top events for the next week.
And when I clicked on the “Read More” button, I found a whole page dedicated to The Undead Mr. Tenpenny‘s release.
Of course, free advertising does come with its foibles…as you can see in the misprint of Mr. Tenpenny’s name. Ah well, they got most of the words correct.
Anyway, if you’d like to check out the announcement, you’ll find it HERE.
Available Now for Pre-Order
The Undead Mr. Tenpenny
If you’d like a 14-chapter sample, you can grab that HERE.
Or click the image below if you’re ready to pre-order.
When I saw the book title…my first thought was, “another zombie apocalypse”. A wonderful surprise greeted me with an entertaining story that was written with humor, a great story line and new twist on the undead.
—J. Tate, Eugene Reviewer