Back from France today, the day UNDEAD AND UNSTABLE comes out. France was wonderful, and more on that later (see my FaceBook page for immediate, laugh-at-my-expense details, and they are legion, baby!), but right now I'm pretty thrilled June 5, 2012, is finally here! I'm so excited for readers to get this book, I can't tell you. It's the definitive Betsy book: all the dark things happening in the last two books are resolved, one way or the other. Love the ending or hate it, readers will at last know what Betsy's reaction to her horrific future is...and exactly what she does about it.
But hardcovers are expensive, and the economy sucks. So I've done a number of blog posts all over the web, and with each post I also posted an excerpt of UNDEAD AND UNSTABLE. They're from a chapter here and part of a chapter there and a chapter in the middle and one near the end and one at the beginning...like that. And though they aren't in order, when you put all those blogs and all those posts and all those sneak peeks together, you end up getting to read something like 85-some pages of UNSTABLE...for free.
So! Here's a quick list of the blogs. Check them out yourself...if you're intrigued, great, and if you're not, you're out just a little of your time, and none of your $$$$. And hey...you might have found a new blog you might like to visit now and again!
Also: France rocked it. ROCKED IT. But more on that later. I'm still digesting eclairs...what's French for, "Sure, there's a searing pain racing down my left arm and my heart feels tingly and a little too big for my chest, but have you tried this cream puff? I like to buy two and then eat one, then rub the other one all over my face."
Blogs/book excerpts up as of right now:
Blogs up beginning June 8 (there will be one almost every day for the next several days, so if the excerpt isn't up when you check, keep trying):
I'll also be doing some radio and TV interviews over the next couple of weeks, in addition to local (Twin Cities area) book and stock signings, so watch this blog, my Yahoo group, and my FaceBook for updates on when to catch my smiling face and/or dulcet tones on the airwaves. That sounded less like a threat in my head, and more like an invitation. Really!