Dec. 8 and Dec. 15: Book Signing Insanity!

December 8 (tomorrow if you’re reading in close-to-real time), Andrew Toy will be signing Man in the Box, and I’ll be signing Burning the Middle Ground, at That Book Place in Madison, Indiana from 11am to 2pm.

December 15 there’s a BlackWyrm Publishing signing extravaganza at A Reader’s Corner in Louisville, Kentucky from 11am to 12:30pm. Andrew Toy and I will again be signing, along with Ian Harac, Christopher Kokoski, Jason Walters, and Michael Williams. Feel the overwhelming star power!

And because people pay attention to cute kitties, here’s Samara:

She will not attend the signings, but she tells me she still expects a cut of the royalties.

By Andrew

L. Andrew Cooper specializes in the provocative, scary, and strange. His current project, The Middle Reaches, is a serialized epic of weird horror and dark fantasy on Amazon Kindle Vella. His latest release, Records of the Hightower Massacre, an LGBTQ+ horror novella co-authored with Maeva Wunn, imagines a near-future dystopia where anti-queer hate runs a program to "correct" deviants. Stains of Atrocity, his newest collection of stories, goes to uncomfortable psychological and visceral extremes. His latest novel, Crazy Time, combines literary horror and dark fantasy in a contemporary quest to undo what may be a divine curse. Other published works include novels Burning the Middle Ground and Descending Lines; short story collections Leaping at Thorns and Peritoneum; poetry collection The Great Sonnet Plot of Anton Tick; non-fiction Gothic Realities and Dario Argento; co-edited fiction anthologies Imagination Reimagined and Reel Dark; and the co-edited textbook Monsters. He has also written more than 30 award-winning screenplays. After studying literature and film at Harvard and Princeton, he used his Ph.D. to teach about favorite topics from coast to coast in the United States. He now focuses on writing and lives in North Hollywood, California.

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