So apparently…good things come to those who wait. And wait.
Good things also come to those who hit the refresh button over and over and freak out until they make themselves sick. I’ll let you guess which one I am.
Yes, that’s right A Prairie Home Apocalypse or: What the Dog Saw just went live on Amazon.
It’s possible that you may be wondering: “Is this book really for me?” If you are I have compiled a helpful reference for your edification. The following is a list of the types of people who may find my book interesting.
1. People who like dogs
Come on folks, give it up for man’s best friend. Not only are they kind and loyal, but they don’t look down on you like those uppity cat things.
Seriously. How can you say no to that?
2. People who like zombies
You know the ones. The walking dead, those lovable reanimated rotting corpses that just want to have a little nibble of your brains. They waltzed their way into the popular imagination with George A. Romero’s classic Dawn of the Dead, and we haven’t looked back since (except of course to make sure none of them were following us home).
3. People who don’t like dogs
Because um…maybe things might not go very well for our lovable fury protagonist?
4. People who like me
Maybe you can’t stand zombies. Maybe just thinking about dogs makes you itch. Maybe you don’t want to read a groundbreaking work of literary fiction that reimagines the zombie horror genre in a different light. Maybe you just want to an awesome dude how much you like him. Or you can just show me, and I’ll make sure some sufficiently awesome dude hears about it later.
If you fall into any of these categories then I’d suggest that you check out my book. At this very moment it is available for Kindle only, but I’m working diligently to get it up on Smashwords for those of you who happen to have something other than a Kindle (I’m one of these people so I feel your pain).
Also, if you happen to like the book, please help me spread the word. Tell a friend, tweet about it, “Like” it on Facebook. If you do the blog thing, then I’d love to do an interview. Community is the only advertising strategy I can afford. But I’m betting it’s the best there is.
And again, to all of you who have already been so supportive of me and my project…thank you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.