My dad just called me from
sunny, snowy Wooster Ohio to let me know The Dragon Rustler is for sale, on the actual shelves, of The Wooster Book Company.
And I didn’t even have to
beg ask them to sell it.
So if you’re in the area, venture on down to The Wooster Book Company and pick up a copy or two. To be honest, I have no idea how they ordered it, or if I’m even making any money off the deal, but it’s pretty darn cool to have a store in my home town sell my book.
Don’t forget, if you’ve already read The Dragon Rustler, please help me out a little more and rate the book on Amazon. Written reviews are best, but if you feel uncomfortable writing one, a star rating would be fantastic.
Thanks so much,
P.S. In case you’re wondering why I haven’t posted in a while, I was holding off until the first draft of Cowboys and Dragons Book 2: The Dragon Riders was complete. I have the habit—good or bad, you can decide—of being overly optimistic when it comes to the level of work and time most things take to complete. January came and went, and now we’re more that half way through February, and I still can’t say I’m done. I’m close. Very, very close. Like tomorrow or the next day close. And that’s not being optimistic… I think.
P.S.S. Thanks to Judge Miller for asking Wooster Book Company to carry the book. Which he was, and I do solemnly swear, not solicited by me to do so, and did it of his own volition.
P.S.S.S. Check out that sweet ride in the photo. It reminded me of the car I had in college, a Frankenstein’s monster of a vehicle, pieced together from five separate dodge Omnis and a large railroad tie #RIPMIRTHMOBILE.