Words I have to say
Technically my third fiction book, True Heroes Revisited is up for sale on Amazon.
Superheroes have been a fascination for me, in their various forms, for over 30 years of my life. I was diaper-bound when I saw a Batman figure for the first time, in all the rough black plastic you can imagine. Spin the time wheel back to when I was in high school, I began to write about this obsession.
Three books later, we have True Heroes Revisited.
As the Amazon description intimates, this is technically a re-release with some changed aspects. Three or four major differences and some minor corrections. This one (and the upcoming sequel) are these three things, incontrovertibly:
1. True Heroes Revisited is a far longer, more in-depth delivery of the psychosis behind heroes in general, superheroes if you're nasty. There is plenty of action, plenty of words, and amazingly substantial step for me as a writer.
2. The book is thic in both pages and topic. I don't truly write for the audience and all-but demand that the reader acclimate to my writing style and wording. To some extent, this is the challenge of every writer ever. I think there is a bit more of this as this particular book goes on.
3. I absolutely love it still. Writing styles etc. evolve over time to the point that I genuinely hate some past things I've written (like my first book). This is one of the exceptions because of the characters. I think they are worth the drive.
Without further ado, please take a look at my book True Heroes Revisited. I'd love for you to buy it. I'd really love for you to enjoy it too. Even if none of that comes to pass, who cares? I don't - who said I do? Why would I?!
Jk love ya, kbyeeeeee.