As difficult as it still sometimes is to wrap my head around the idea that there are people (more and more of them, in fact) who will not think twice of laying down a bit of their own hard-earned money for a story I’ve written, it is something I do not take for granted and never will. I count it rather as a gift I receive once and at times twice a year. A partnership, if you will, between the two of us. Your end of the bargain is to sacrifice a small part of the fruits of your labor and a bit larger part of your time. My end is to promise a story that will make you think, make you wonder, and—especially—make you feel.
Today marks the release of a novel I think will do all of those things in equal measure. The Curse of Crow Hollow should be available wherever books are sold. If you have either the time or the inclination, I hope you find a copy of your own. And as always, I thank you for what part of your life you rent to me, whether in the pages of my novels or in my tiny corner of cyberspace. I don’t pretend to know any of the answers to the things that vex us in life, but I do enjoy asking the questions.
And it is a grand adventure after all, is it not?