Cold in the Light on Sale, and Harmland
Cold in the Light is on sale for $2.84 as a Kindle ebook this week. That's 2 dollars off the regular price so it's a pretty good deal. I didn't even realize it until Paul McNamee pointed it out to me.
I'm getting ready for a signing today at Barnes & Noble in Covington, Louisiana. In fact, they're hosting an all day literary affair, with a children's play, poetry readings, and an authors' signing circle featuring a bunch of folks who are far better known than me. I'll be signing at 2:00, so if you're in the area, check it out. The address is: 3414 Highway 190, # 10 Mandeville, LA 70471 (985) 626-8884
I'm working on a blog post comparing E. C. Tubb's Dumarest series to his Cap Kennedy series, written under the name Gregory Kern. That should be up in a couple of days. I'm trying to recover from all the whining I got about grades right after I turned them in. I'm sure I've not heard the last of that. In the meantime, I'll leave you with a cover image that I've been considering for a collection of horror/noir stories. What do you think?