Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Coming in 2011

I'm sure some of you have been curious, but I wanted to wait until the publisher updated their website before I posted anything.

But apparently . . . it's official.

Can't tell you how excited I am to be working with these folks, for lots of reasons, not the least of which is that their specialty is vampires and they hail from my home state.

Some of my writer friends might also be interested in a recent blog post the publisher made about the recent Amazon kerfuffle, which details exactly the relationship she has with her authors and offers a few more reasons why I'm excited about it.

Coming in 2011 . . .

Applewood

by Brendan Myers

An ancient evil awakens in the central Massachusetts town of Grantham, and only a small group of teenage friends realize what's happening. As they desperately work to learn the truth and fight the thing destroying their community, some of them risk being changed forever.

Learn more . . .

10 comments:

Barry Napier said...

Very cool! Congrats!

Brendan P. Myers said...

Thanks much, Barry. Appreciate it.

Aaron Polson said...

Very nice, sir.

Brendan P. Myers said...

As always, thanks Aaron.

Natalie L. Sin said...

Go MA! I lived there for years, and still get all nostalgic : )

Brendan P. Myers said...

Figured you had local ties, Natalie, with the Red Sox rootage and all. Haven't been gone long enough to feel nostalgic myself, and they've been having a BRUTAL winter . . .

Anonymous said...

Brendan Myers of Daly Drive?

Natalie L. Sin said...

Yeah, that's one thing I don't miss. I hated MA winters, especially when I had to take the T. Packed in like sardines, then you have to go wade around in the city slush. Pfft.

Brendan P. Myers said...

Now, now, anonymous. You first with the personal info!

But yeah . . .

Brendan P. Myers said...

You called it perfectly, Nat. Except the T has the heat up to 110 degrees, you get stuck in the tunnel for 20 minutes, and then step out into the arctic chill with the sweat freezing on your brow . . .