SHADES, a collaborative novel I wrote with Geoff Cooper, which can best be described as “Harry Potter with a big set of brass balls”, has been in print for some years. But now the Kindle, Nook, and Kobo editions are getting a new face, courtesy of Kealan Patrick Burke (who also recently designed the new cover for the Kindle, Nook, and Kobo editions of KILL WHITEY).
SHADES was previously only available as a signed, limited edition hardcover from Cemetery Dance. Set in Coop’s fictional town of Brackard’s Point, it unveils some magical secrets of my own Labyrinth mythos. You should read it, if you haven’t. There may be a test, later.
Although most of my work is available on Kindle and Nook, Kobo owners have despaired over its unavailability for their devices. Well, now Kill Whitey, The Damned Highway, and Shades are all available for Kobo.
The Last Zombie: Inferno #2 (announced earlier) isn’t my only new release today.
I’m very happy to inform you that the long sought after Shades (which was previously published as a limited edition hardcover and which commands high prices on the secondary market) is now available for Kindle and Nook. Shades was co-written with Geoff Cooper, and is a dark coming-of-age story centered around magic. Think “Harry Potter as written by Slayer.” Click here for Kindle. Click here for Nook.
Meanwhile, Deadite Press continues their noble mission to bring all of my books back into print. Today sees the paperback release of Kill Whitey, which was previously only available in hardcover. The paperback is available through Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com, BUT only in paperback.
The Nook edition of KILL WHITEY that B&N is offering is the German-language edition. That’s fine if you read German. Not so fine of you only read English. B&N has been informed of this, but so far, they haven’t updated the listing accordingly. Click here to order the paperback. English-language digital editions are forthcoming.