I hope you’re doing well and are safe, healthy, and frosty.
During these crazy times, we could all use some more good news, and today I’m excited to share with you the cover of the new Ace Tucker Space Trucker novel!
Sure, sure, it’s not earth-shattering news, but you never know what a good book can do for you on a crappy day.
I’ve been working hard on this book for the past two years, and although it’s a short one, I think it’s probably the best story I’ve ever written. It’s set in a time and place that is very near and dear to my heart: mid 90s Orlando, Florida. I grew up in central Florida and went to college at the University of Central Florida from 1992 to 1997 (yes, I was on the five-year plan. I was a senior twice. Don’t judge me. I really didn’t want to graduate. But graduate, I did! Eventually. And even went on to earn a Masters degree somehow a few years later… Still not sure how I pull that one off. But as they say, graduate degrees are easier than undergrad).
Anyway, I was heavily involved in the Orlando punk rock scene from about 1992 until 2007. Played thousands of shows, even went on a few short tours across the country, and made more noise than should be humanly possible. It goes without saying that that time and place have left an indelible mark upon my soul, and it was the perfect setting for this next Ace Tucker novel. There are tons of music references scattered throughout the book (from world-famous bands as well as local favorites that only a handful of you will recognize). And a special new fake band that I’ve actually recorded music for! Stay tuned for exclusive access to that music-it’s actually pretty good, if you’re into 90s era Riot Girl punk rock.
You know what? Now that I think about it, I think we’ve all waited long enough for this book.
So, in addition to doing a cover reveal how’s about a link to Amazon.com to get this sucker right now for $0.99? Click away
Inside the book are links to a bunch of other cool stuff and freebies, so it’s really a steal.
And for those of you who actually like to hold physical books, the print version is coming. It just takes a little longer for that stuff to get worked out.
If you do pick up the book, please leave a review for it at Amazon or Goodreads.com. Those reviews go a long way to help with an author’s car