Kill Monster’s gradual path from audio to UK hardcover to ebook to the upcoming US hardcover release could be compared to the title creature’s own steady journey from a hole in a Kansas cornfield to protagonist Ben Middleton’s house. Sightings have been reported along the way.
Publishers Weekly had terrific things to say in this starred review over here.
Meanwhile, Library Journal kindly placed the book amongst some very flattering company in its larger Wicked Good Reads | Genre Spotlight on Horror roundup.
Thanks, PW and LJ. . .and to all who have ordered the book so far. You’re the best. Hope you enjoy!
I genuinely enjoy audio books, but the vast majority of my personal book consumption happens via eyeballs. For those who prefer this method, here are a few upcoming dates for the print release of Kill Monster from the fine folks at Severn House:
May 31, 2019: UK hardcover
July 1, 2019: E-book (link forthcoming)
September 1, 2019: US hardcover
If you’re a reviewer or a general book-talker, you can request an advance copy of the book from NetGalley for the low price of free (pending publisher approval). Please do. . .and if you like it, I hope you’ll spread the word! You can still spread the word if you don’t like it, but the first way will make you taller. Not too tall. The exact right amount.
It hardy seems like almost a year ago that I typed the final period on my first new
book since Lake Country in 2012. . .but today’s the day it shambles forth. Kill Monster, narrated by Vikas Adam, is now available exclusively from Audible. If you’re not an Audible member, you can get it free with a 30-day trial. If you ARE an Audible member, you can use one of your monthly credits. If you check it out, I hope you enjoy!