Thanks to all of the loyal DarkFuse readers who voted for SNOWBLIND as their choice for the best novella of the fourth quarter. It now advances to the finals where it’ll square off against the winners from the previous three quarters to win the Readers Choice Award for Best Novella of 2012. You can check out the full story and the competition HERE!
In entirely unrelated news, those of you expecting checks from me ought to receive them shortly.
For those of you who want to guarantee a copy not only of my forthcoming novella F9, but some of the best fiction coming out of the small press, check out the DarkFuse Book Club HERE.
It might not be much, but as my way of saying thanks to my readers–THE GREATEST on the planet, I should add–look below the fold and you’ll find a little treat. And ONLY IF YOU’VE READ THE STORY. *SPOILER*
I tend to screw around with my manuscripts a fair amount. I throw in graphics and whatever else I think the story needs. These things rarely make it into the finished product. Here’s my version of how SNOWBLIND ends:
4 thoughts on “Readers Choice Award!”
I Didn’t vote. But if I did itvwould of been for Snowblind
Thanks, bud! I’m thrilled you enjoyed it. Or liked the others so little. I’ll take it any way I can get it. Heh.
My first time at this site. I just finished Snowblind today and had to check out the website. GREAT read.Starting a ‘horror’ bookclub with friends. Snowblind is on the list. Anxious to check out that burger joint too. BTW, do you sell autographed copies?
Hey Patricia! Thanks for checking out Snowblind! I’m thrilled you enjoyed it! I hope your book club does, too. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to add value to the experience.
As far as copies, I’ll happily sign a book if you have one, but don’t really have a stock of my own. Some of my publishers might have copies (Bad Moon, DarkFuse, Dark Regions, Thunderstorm). Any of those guys would be happy to hook you up if they have stock. And check out places like Bad Moon Books, Jeff & Joys, Camelot, eBay, etc for flat-signed copies, which I’d be glad to inscribe. Not especially helpful, I know. Heh. I hope you do get a chance to check out some of my other work!
Drop by anytime!