Another book cover, another ebook - this time a Western.
Dead Men's Fingers was written some years ago due to my accepting a dare to write one. Much to my surprise it was taken by a UK publisher, but that publisher didn't want the author name Linda Acaster emblazoned across the cover, so Tyler Brentmore was welcomed to share my desk.
The novella - it's 35,000 words - is still around in normal and large print, so when the rights were reverted I sluiced the dust from my slicker and reacquainted myself with Tyler Brentmore. My androgynous counterpart has a website of his own http://www.tylerbrentmore.com, and its header carries one of my photographs, taken on location as our press officer might say. Well, if I can imagine a writing alter ego I can imagine a press officer.
I'll preserve the site for the Westerns. Yes, there may well be more, but don't hold your breath. I have a queue of ongoing projects to complete, so ideas resurrected from mere notes in a file will have to wait their turn. In the meantime I'll be adding interesting facts about the Old West - well, interesting to me, because that's what fires a writer's imagination.
At the moment Dead Men's Fingers is only available for the Kindle, but other formats will join it, just as soon as I figure how to manage multiple author-names in the software. Life is never dull, huh? God bless technology.
Currently available on all Amazon Kindle store sites including:
Amazon USA $2.99
Amazon UK £1.95
If you have time, mosey across to read an excerpt.