For anyone who’s missed me the past week or more, it’s because I’m firmly embedded in the legalistic tar pit pooped out by the court system for those of us who get divorced. But I’m still breathing. Mostly.
On happier fronts, it seems the review copies of my first novel, Doc Wilde and The Frogs of Doom, have started to land out there in the Land of Critique. And Ron Fortier, himself an active pulp wordsmith and scholar, is first out of the gate with a review at his site Pulp Fiction Reviews:
The Wildes are old fashioned heroes in the best sense of the word and their adventure is sure to thrill pulp fans, both old and new…
Click here to read the full review. In the midst of this other business, it really made my day.
GREAT review! what a coup that the first review would be so fantastic. I hope MANY other follow suit.
I guess I’d better hop on down the the store and grab a copy.
Are you going to be doing a book signing at some point?
Actually, it’s releasing May 14th. Review copies have been distributed to critics tho.
I’ll be doing a debut signing at Little Shop of Stories in Decatur, but we haven’t set the details yet.