Good news on the publishing front these days. My radio-industry thriller novel “Dead Air” is at the printers and will be available in early October. It’s already available for pre-order through Amazon and Chapters-Indigo online. It’s the story of a morning radio guy whose life is already in a shambles when he realizes that someone wants him dead. Marked for death by an unknown enemy, he’s forced to examine what still makes life worth living.

I’ve been a broadcaster for more than 30 years, so the novel has a lot of insider knowledge.

The story’s set in my home city of Sudbury and I’ll be doing book signings here, then rolling the novel out across the country.

In the meantime, Tesseracts Sixteen has just been published and I’m thrilled to be a part of it (see some of the notable writers also included in my last posting below). Although I likely can’t make it, a number of the authors will be doing a book signing at the Bakka-Phoenix book store in Toronto on Saturday September 29th at 3:00 pm. At least I’ll be able to do a book-signing and reading event in Sudbury along with editor Mark Leslie and writer Sean Costello October 4th at the Vale Living With Lakes Centre.