Well, it's happened. My most recent novel Die Anne has been banned from promotion at an independent bookseller here in Olympia. The reason? It's too "extreme" for their target clientele. Honestly, I couldn't be happier. I've been drawn to banned books since Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark was removed from my elementary library. The fact that I've now joined the ranks of the banned is a clear indication that my work is powerful and has the power to disturb the readers. There is no higher compliment for a Horror/Suspense writer.
As for where my work is now, I rather not say. Much has happened since my last post and I'm not ready to release certain information. Suffice to say, I've been working hard.
For those of you who have been following my blog, I'm pleased to inform you that I am in good health now and am fully able to write. Although I broke a finger just days ago, it hasn't slowed me down much on the keyboard and I'm able to ignore the pain.
There hasn't been much in the way of promotion lately. Mainly, this is because I'm trying to make inroads here in the South Sound. That sort of thing doesn't happen overnight; however, I'm sure I'll be able to promote my next work when the time comes.
Until next time, regards...