My new novel. Very proud. :)
Finally got around to reading this. A little dismayed that the author dropped a major spoiler in his intro. Other than that, I had a good time.
Working my way through these guys. It's like felling a tree. Also reading RELICS by Tim Lebbon (great) and LIFE by Keith Richards.
A recent reread. Absolutely terrific. My third favorite King novel, full of horror, power, and maniacal fan-love. A classic. Read this one if you haven't already (and you probably have).
I'm so often awed by the impact this little book has made on its readers. I received an e-mail yesterday from a lady who told me she takes a copy wherever she goes, to remain positive during times of struggle. I tell you ... moments like that make all the hard work worthwhile.
Counting the individual "books" of Joe Hill's THE FIREMAN is like counting the rings of a wonderful, storied old tree. (Seriously, you have to read this - it's terrific.)
Reading this to my daughter. Her first proper novel. Dame Slap is now called Dame Snap, and that's a good thing.
I recently read a novella by Joe Hill - "Snapshot, 1988" - that blew me out of my socks. It'll be published in an upcoming issue of Cemetery Dance Magazine. I can't link to the magazine, so I'll link to Joe's short story collection, which is also bloody terrific!
A great collection of superhero-themed short stories, edited by Owen King and John McNally. Lookie ... mine's colorfully signed by Owen, and also by contributor (and totally amazing writer) Kelly Braffet.
My OCD fairly bristles at the fact that THE OBSIDIAN HEART BOOK 2 is a full 6mm taller than THE OBSIDIAN HEART BOOK 1. (Great books, though.)
Rereading this right now. I'd forgotten just how intoxicating the language is. This book is - in many wonderful ways - full of magic.