Friday, December 22, 2006

Hastings debut of Devil's Messenger delayed

Some logistical difficulties have delayed the debut of my second novel, Devil's Messenger, at Hastings. Right now, the book manager is working with the distributor so hopefully, the situation will work itself out in the next few days.

Meanwhile, those of you who are looking for a late stocking stuffer (if you have big stockings) for Christmas, there is some good news. As of Thursday, three area outlets, two in Joplin and one in Carthage, are carrying the book.

Devil's Messenger is available at Always Buying Books and Changing Hands Bookshop, 528 Virginia, in Joplin, and at Pat's Books in Carthage. The cost is $14, not including sales tax. Those three outlets, as well as Hastings in Joplin and Books N Java in Neosho have copies of my first novel, Small Town News, for sale.

The websites for Devil's Messenger and Small Town News also feature information on how to order them online. Anyone not wanting to go the credit card route can order them directly from me. Information is available on the books' website.

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