A couple of items.
First, this is pretty wild. I just discovered that you can now download the soundtrack for the Vampire Siege at Rio Muerto trailer for free at a site called Mp3Truck.com.
[LOOKS LIKE THEY TOOK THE THEME DOWN. NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD. DON’T KNOW WHY. SO FUGGETABOUDIT! DELETE FROM MEMORY!]
I don’t know who these guys are and I didn’t give permission for them to do it, but they aren’t charging anything for it, so I’m not going to object. What the heck. The more people can hear it the better.
So if you would like a free download of the Vampire Siege theme for your listening pleasure go to: http://mp3truck.net/play/RzBpdXpleGR1SFU-115/vampire-siege-at-rio-muerto-extended.html
Now you can plug your MP3 device into your ears and listen to the music while you read the book. What’s better than that? You can also get it as a ringtone for your cell phone! Now that is cool.
Don’t forget, the novel is now available in a paperback edition from Amazon.com. I got my first sales report from Amazon and we sold a few copies during the first week. I expect Kindle sales will greatly outnumber paperback sales, but I’m glad it’s now available in both formats.
NEW PULP AWARDS ANNOUNCED
Second item: They announced the winners of the New Pulp awards. Vampire Siege at Rio Muerto was nominated for best novel, but didn’t win. The winner was Slow Burn, a noir crime thriller by Terrence McCauley. Congrats to him.
INTERVIEW TO BE PODCAST IN APRIL
Third item: I am going to be interviewed by Tommy Hancock, of Pro Se Productions. He hosts a podcast oddly enough called “Pulped.” My interview will air April 21. Please tune in.
That’s the latest news. Meantime, happy monster hunting.