Remember when the world was going to end last December?
Thankfully it didn’t…because on that very night Armand Rosamilia and I held a book release party at Farley’s Irish Pub for our collaborative effort Dying Days: The Siege of European Village. (not coincidentally – Farley’s happens to be in European Village)
It was a great party…probably the best party ever thrown (if you missed it, you have no way of knowing if that’s true or not!) and we sold 50 books in about 2 hours.
Talk about “Writer’s Problems” – I sold out of books at my signing so I had to take people’s names and email addresses so I could let them know when I would have more.
Yeah – nice problem to have!
This year, the world isn’t scheduled to end (at least not that we know of), but Armand and I will be having another release party – this time for the sequel to Siege.
We haven’t planned the party yet, but the book is available.
We went round and round about a title…Armand was really pushing for Dying Days: The Siege of European Village II – Electric Bugaloo while I was pushing for Dying Days & Wild Summer Nights: The Siege Continues – but we decided to go with something completely unique and trend setting…
Dying Days: Siege 2.
In case you missed my blog post about the sequel you can jump over and read it now by clicking here…go ahead, we’ll wait.
Much like the first one, we had a blast writing it (read about the first one here) and much like the first one we used the names of several of our friends here in Flagler County as victims…I mean characters.
The kindle version of Siege 2 is available here – Dying Days: Siege 2
This is my second zombie novella – and I must say, it was fun.
My regular readers will be pleased to know that Ike and Brewski are just as good at kicking undead ass as they are that of living scumbags!
So maybe it’s snowing where you are, or there’s nothing good on TV tonight…download these two books, grab a beverage, kick back and take a trip to European Village…just be careful not to trip on the corpses.
As always – thank you for reading