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Mike Bechtol of FM 99.3 WTNS was kind enough to interview me about Moving Through on his morning show. Listen to the full audio below!
Thanks to everyone who pre-ordered their Moving Through eBook, it’s now NUMBER ONE in its category! This was a great thing to wake up to, and although I’m certain the number will fluctuate as weeks pass, I’m incredibly grateful to everyone who took the time to pre-order! If you’re interested in getting a digital copy of Moving Through, click here. Every order helps!
In other writing-related news, I’m working on my fourth draft of Parasitic Host, my horror-comedy novel planned for later this year. I can’t say much about the story yet, but I’m excited to see what everyone thinks of this one. It’s in an entirely different category than Moving Through, leaning more toward “New Adult,” and it involves a monster with an identity crisis, unlikely college romances, and a multi-level marketing scheme. More on Parasitic Host later…
I have a radio interview with FM 99.3 WTNS tomorrow morning to talk about Moving Through. If you’d like to tune in and hear it live, I’m expecting to go on around 10 a.m. EST. You can check it out here. I’m especially excited about this interview because WTNS is known as “The Spirit of Coshocton,” where I grew up. The city of Coshocton was very influential on me as a writer, and for as small as the town is, it’s been home to successful Country artists, record-holding athletes, painters, and other writers. Gotta do my hometown proud!
I’ve been catching up on movies lately, since I need a break after working several hours a day at my day jobs and on my books. Tonight, I’m watching Pretty Boy, Marcel Walz’s follow-up to 2019’s Blind. Both movies were written by friend and fellow author Joe Knetter, who’s one of the kindest and most down-to-Earth dudes I’ve ever met, and also one of the funniest. I interviewed Joe for my show “CryptTeaze Family Fun Night” last year, and you can check out part one of the interview here.
Do you have any movie recommendations for me? Send ’em over!