I have another review to report, this time of my second Barnstormers book. Ron Fortier, one of the two principals behind Airship 27, a leading publisher of New Pulp novels and stories, has read the novel and he liked it! You can read the review on his web site.
The book he reviewed, Barnstormers Book Two: The Further Adventures of Kiki and Bridget is now available from Amazon in paperback and for your Kindle. In this volume, our intrepid aviatrices visit the Chicago area, perform some stunts over Riverview amusement park and run into some tough customers along the way. The story then moves down to St. Louis where they become part of a famous Flying Circus, and encounter more of the mysterious Belgian’s evil henchmen. I’m having fun writing this story, and I think that comes through in the writing, if I do say so myself.
I’m still considering doing another video for that Indie Authors Read site I had mentioned before. I read the first chapter of the first Barnstormers book there last summer, and you can hear that at indieauthorsread.com, along with some other terrific stories read by the people to wrote them.
I recently finished the first draft of the fourth novelette in the “Lost” series, this one titled The Lost Job, featuring characters from my Sleep Detectives novels. The first three are available cheap for your Kindle at Amazon, but after I finish with edits on this story, I’m going to put them all together in on omnibus volume. I’m aiming for the summer for that..
And speaking of book selling, the next Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention is still scheduled for September 9-12, 2021, and with the speed that vaccines are being distributed, I think there’s a real possibility that we’ll be able to go. I’ll have a table there, piled high with all my books, so my fingers are crossed.
All the details of the stories I have in print are on the My Other Books page, and some short stories for you to read are on my Short Stories page, including the popular tales of the customers of the Adventure Comics Comics Emporium, and a little piece of fan fiction that I wrote over the summer featuring one of my favorite comedy teams. Check ’em out here.
Stay healthy. Stay safe. Wash your hands. Share your toilet paper stockpiles with people that you love. I hope to see you all when we resume our regularly scheduled lives, whenever that may be.