The Lost King continues to get around. He can now be found in the Nook Book e-book store. So if you happen to have a Nook e-reader, now you have something new to read on it.
Of course, if you prefer print, The Lost King is also available in that form in the Barnes & Noble online bookstore.
It looks like King BeWilliam will be having more adventures. I’ll be working on a sequel as part of National Novel Writing Month beginning November 1.
Now all I’ve got to do is finish my current project. Here’s a bit from Chapter 8:
In the distance, sprinklers launched plumes of water over Oceanview’s luxuriant grass. Holly could imagine the water bill. Considering that it hadn’t rained since spring, Oceanview probably had to run sprinklers all day, every day, in order to keep the grass so green.
Keeping cemetery grass green had turned out to be not a problem for the proprietor of Watkins’ Funeral Home and Bait Shop, the Riprap Ridge cemetery that Tres had chosen for Clark’s final resting place.