You know how sometimes you get really busy all of a sudden and little things like reading comics and blogging fall by the wayside?
You know how you keep meaning to come back to it as soon as the busy period has passed?
You know that feeling that you get when it has been so long since you’ve updated your blog that you start to feel guilty about it and so you avoid it even more?
So obviously I’m way behind on reading all of DC’s new number 1s. Most of the comics have a few issues out by now, and I haven’t even finished doing the first 52. That’s what I get for trying to do this during exam periods.
On the bright side, though, my urban fantasy novel THE MAN WHO CROSSED WORLDS is in the final stages of proofing. It should be released in December alongside a prequel short story, THE MAN WHO COULDN”T BE BOUGHT, which will be available free from wherever it can be made free.
Here’s the pitch for THE MAN WHO CROSSED WORLDS. In the coming weeks, look out for more information and excerpts from the book.
Stay classy, everyone.
All freelance Tunneler Miles Franco wants is a bit of freedom and a couple of bucks to rub together. So when the cops haul him downtown for illegally smuggling the natives of another dimension to Earth, he’ll take any chance he can get to stay out of the pen. And funnily enough, the cops have just the job for him.
A mysterious interdimensional drug-smuggler is staking his claim on Miles’ city, and a drug war is about to kick off that will make the city look like the set of a post-apocalyptic horror movie. As a Tunneler, Miles knows all about interdimensional transport, and the cops need his help cutting off the drug lord’s supply before it reaches Earth.
But it doesn’t take long playing police lapdog before Miles realizes this ain’t no ordinary drug he’s dealing with. Snooping around in gang business is a dangerous job in a city where everyone’s on the take and the gangsters play for keeps.
And there are a lot of ways a nosy Tunneler can disappear.
THE MAN WHO CROSSED WORLDS is a heart-pounding, stomach-kicking, noir-drenched urban fantasy novel.