Shelf Life

Recently, I’ve had the honor of having copies of Gravenfrost haunt the Local Author shelf at the Little Village Toy & Book Shop in Littleton, New Hampshire! Not only were they kind enough to sell it, they also displayed it so you can see that sweet, sweet Glenn Barr and Robert Nixon art!

Sweet, sweet art.

The store does a heck of a lot to support the community and local creators, and I’ve been lurking in their aisles long before moving into the area. I always thought if I’d ever grace a bookstore shelf, it would be as a poet. Turns out, I did it as a fiction-writing weirdo.

Sweet, sweet weirdo.

If you’d like to help support Indy creators and shops, hit your local joint up and see what wonders they offer. If you’d like to grab a copy of Gravenfrost without helping a certain someone fly back into space inside an even bigger metal dong (spoiler, it’s not me), give the Toy & Book Shop a call at (603) 444-4TOY or hit the link above. As of this writing, the Shop has agreed to carry my novel Antillia as well! I can’t thank them enough! Hot damn!

If you don’t live in the area, please feel free to pester your local hookup to get that fire on even more shelves in even more towns! You deserve strange and wonderful things!


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