I’m starting to see a little bit of fall creeping into the courtyard — the morning glories are beginning to yellow, as are the leaves on the trees, but the grass is still green as heck. The other day when I was watering, I was thinking how cool it would be to have the powers of The Atom so I could shrink down and run around having adventures out there. Yeah — 48 years old and I still think about stuff like that. Sheesh.
The Bombay Beach Boys, the second Boone Butters story, is out now — you can get it in various formats (Kindle, Nook, iBooks, Kobo, etc.) at Smashwords, and it’s also available at Amazon. Barnes & Noble is taking forever to process the thing, but I’m guessing it’ll be available there by the time this post goes live. If you like oddball crime fiction, give the Boone stories a shot — the first one is Roomies, and of course Boone first appeared in my novel Squirrel Eyes, which isn’t a crime story but is still pretty oddball, I guess.
The collected edition of Pete, Drinker of Blood is coming together nicely, and should be available in paperback and ebook by mid-October. I’m also bearing down on the ebook edition of Unsafe On Any Screen, with the goal of having that out by the end of October. Tomorrow I start writing issue #3 of Dirk Benedict in the 25th Century.
Oh yeah — and allergies suck.