If you haven’t picked up your copy of Danger Peak yet, now’s the time to do it. The book has been revamped. I wouldn’t call it a second edition per se, but a few typos that my publisher introduced are getting fixed (*shakes fist to the heavens* “Damn you, Wheatmark!”), and some of the language is getting cleaned up to look prettier. A quick example of the cleanup: If you’re wondering how Danny and his father had the wherewithal and knowhow to build a “circular treehouse,” they didn’t; I meant to write “rectangular treehouse.” (The tree itself is circular, or I suppose “cylindrical” is the proper word, but the house around it is rectangular.) Also, could I have snuck in a few more ‘80s references? Can you say “Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper”? Finally, for those who enjoyed the character Rinnie, he gets up to new shenanigans in this version.
And since I’m on the subject of updates, I have good news for people who hate paper: Danger Peak is now available as an eBook in all formats! Amazon Kindle is linked below, and it’s also available on B&N Nook, Apple, Google Books, and Kobo. (I’ve never even heard of those last two.)
In short, buy Danger Peak! It’s 100% gluten-free and guaranteed to cure all your problems!
P.S.: Next week’s blog: Excerpts From The Darkest Side: A Collection of Twisted Nursery Rhymes