Have I mentioned lately that you should purchase the novel “Wivenhoe Park”? Because you really should. Just look at all the reviews! You don’t need to take my word for it just because I did the cover and he’s my husband.
But, also, if you want to try a crack at winning on of three copies, the amazing music site Slicing Up Eyeballs is having a contest
that ends on Friday!
Saturday, December 7th from 2 to 4pm is a book signing with Mr. Vendetta at my favorite place for books in Cleveland, Loganberry Books.
We’re plotting a book tour from Chapel Hill down through New Orleans in the spring. These won’t all be at bookstores necessarily, but at cool venues where a DJ and beers will be involved, so stay tuned (and if you would like to host a party or know a place that sounds perfect, fill me in!)
My husband’s novel is out! So go buy it here.
Kindle edition is available on there, but since I did the artwork you probably want the real deal, don’t you? Have fun guessing which character is based on me, and I can give you a hint: I’m not the goth. Sure I’m a grown-up goth now, but in 1985 I was seven years old, so it hadn’t hit me yet.
If you’d like to try your chance at winning a copy, be on the look out over at the Goodreads.com Giveaway, there are 10 copies available.
Welp, the book cover I designed for my husband, Ben Vendetta, has been chosen. It takes place in 1985 and has a lot of music references throughout during that period. He wanted something that looked a bit post-punk, and I included some hints to Spacemen 3 and Essex University in the design…
It is being out through layout right now, but I will of course let everyone know when he does a mini book tour and it is available on Kindle, Amazon, and paperback. Thank Cooperative Press! Did I mention he has already started the sequel?
My “Blind Deviant” painting will be the artwork for the upcoming The Lucid Dream reissue/compilation put out on Elephant Stone!
The CD called “Object of Reality” will be a limited edition of 200, so fans of original art, as well as fans of psychedelic/post-punk bands like Echo and The Bunnymen and Teardrop Explodes will want to grab this up. Release date hasn’t been set, but looks like mid spring.