As I announced some time ago, I was going to be taking a long break from conventions and public appearances in order to focus on creating more work. So far, the creation end has been going well, with two books, a comic, and some new prints already done—and more of all on the way. My planned return to the public eye was going to be in the Fall, but I was surprised and humbled when I was invited to be a part of Barnes & Noble’s local author event (in Princeton, New Jersey) for a Q&A session and a signing for my latest book, and first novel, Robert Phillips.
On 24 August (Saturday) at 6:00 pm, I’ll be speaking about, taking questions, and signing Robert Phillips at Barnes & Noble in Princeton, New Jersey.
Robert Phillips is a novella inspired by the work of H. P. Lovecraft, and follows the narrator, John Lewis, and his friend (the title character) as Robert becomes obsessed with the idea that there are translation errors in the infamous Necronomicon. The staff at Miskatonic University deny Robert’s requests to see the book, and so begins his slow descent into madness.
The book has already been available since May. You can order it on Barnes & Noble’s site or Amazon. (And if you do and read it, please leave a review.) So, whether you can make it to the event or not, you can still pick up a copy of the book. Though of course, limited copies will be available on the 24th next month.
I’m looking forward to the event and seeing anyone who is able to attend. Though my hope is many people enjoy this little novel. I’m quite proud of it.