Monthly Archives: May 2011
Just did a story for The Fix about the time I threw a computer out of the Time-Life Building.
I’m happy to tell you my new book is now available at Amazon and/or the Kindle store, the iPad’s iBooks store, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Sony, Kobo and Diesel. (The major online links are below. For the iPad, of course, simply tap on your iBooks app.)
What’s it about?
The Lit-Crit Take: A genre-bending, character-driven, word-burning thriller about memory, identity and making peace with the past.
The Pure Plot Pitch: Sure, we all know about arrogant, self-centered media executives. But how about one who served time as a teen for murdering her sister? And who suddenly believes she’s possessed by the spirit of Indira Gandhi? And now, at the height of her power, a secret from her past is threatening to destroy her empire, while someone from that past is trying to take her life. Stop the damn presses!
I really depend on reviews to sell, so please share your thoughts wherever you make your purchase. No need for an essay—just one positive word or line will do: “Brilliant.” “Stupendous.” “It really CAN save you 15% on your car insurance.”
For a quick taste, go to:
For a constantly (or frequently, or often) updated blog about the media and other stuff related to Dead Line, go to:
Amazon (print version)
Barnes & Noble