I’m ecstatic to announce that Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, one of the most prestigious short story publications anywhere and a giant among mystery magazines, has accepted my story “Huram’s Temple.” Ellery Queen’s is available in paper and digital formats and by subscription as well as on newsstands.
I’d like to think that all readers will enjoy this unique mystery, but fans of my stories “Beloved” and “Back to the Garden” should especially appreciate the setting.
The publication date hasn’t yet been set. I’ll announce it as soon as I know.
If you’re on the Oregon coast, swing by North by Northwest Books in Lincoln City on Saturday, July 20. From 2-4 pm, a mega-lineup of authors headlined by Kristine Kathryn Rusch will be signing their books. I’ll be signing copies of Cracking the Ice and Bubba Goes for Broke. Also signing will be Annie Reed, Matt Buchman, Barton Howe, Karen Abrahamson, Marcelle Dube, and Dayle Dermatis.
Tiffany Goes for Broke, the prequel to Bubba Goes for Broke written under the pen name David Bawdy, has now reached twenty months(!) on Kindle Bestseller lists. It still ranks in the mid-fifties in both the Short Story and the Fiction- Humor categories (free downloads).
Bubba Goes for Broke, my sex comedy/crime caper published under the pen name David Bawdy, is now available in trade paperback. Go to Amazon or contact me at dave dot hendrickson at gmail dot com for a personalized copy.
And finally, Boston, which hadn’t even realized it had been holding its breath, exhaled.
A new electronic edition of Bubba Goes for Broke, published under my pen name David Bawdy, is now available on all sites. This version offers several improvements and corrections.
Additionally, a trade paperback will be released before the end of the month. This will mark the first appearance of the title in a paper edition.
Beth Fehlbaum’s Young Adult website is featuring an interview of me in which I talk about Cracking the Ice, how it came to be written, my writing process and all that good stuff. Check it out.
Beth will randomly select one lucky person who leaves a comment as the winner of a free autographed copy.
I hope you find the interview interesting and good luck winning that freebie.
It was my privilege to appear recently on the public TV show Off the Shelf with host Veronica Andrews. This half-hour show, produced by Dana Frazao, has previously attracted authors like Nicholas Sparks and Israeli poet Admiel Kosman. I had a great time talking about Cracking the Ice.
You can watch it online here.
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Three humorous short stories of mine are now available in all the leading e-book formats. They are each available as lead titles with the other two included as bonus stories.
Can Devin Patrick O’Donnell spend St. Patrick’s Day barhopping with a leprechaun without so much as touching a drop of the spirits? The leprechaun has offered a pot of gold. How hard can it be?
At a small town casino in Oregon, Icepick Louie tells all the bumpkins how minor league they are. He bets twenty large they can’t name a thing that can top its counterpart back in Boston. Since people who accept challenges from Icepick Louie often wind up with busted kneecaps, he can barely control his laughter when a scrawny geek with thick glasses speaks up and proposes Flo’s clam chowder.
Olivia loves her books. They fill every shelf, are stacked high on every floor, and have taken over every room. Her boyfriend Charlie can hardly see the TV. And oh yeah, Olivia would rather read than talk to him. What’s Charlie to do? Give her an ultimatum? She can pick him or the books? Probably not a good idea.
“Tiffany Gets Her Boobs” (written under my pen name David Bawdy) has now spent seven months on the Kindle Humor and Short Story bestseller lists (free download category). This prequel to my novel Bubba Goes for Broke earned a great endorsement from USA Today bestselling author Kristine Kathyrn Rusch:
” ‘Tiffany’ works beautifully, and by the end of the story, I had fallen in love with this savvy, determined, and somewhat crazy woman. Everyone who has read this story remembers it and likes it. You will too.”