Behold, a new episode of J.C.'s new podcast "Hey, Everybody!" This week, your humble host motormouths his way through some killer announcements and endorsements. First up is J.C.'s thoughts on David Moody's Hater, a new horror thriller novel released by Thomas Dunne Books, a division of St. Martin's Press, J.C.'s publisher. Compelling, grisly and downright spooky, Hater comes highly recommended.
J.C. yammers on about some other great news, including:
- The starred review Personal Effects: Dark Art recently received from Publisher's Weekly
- J.C.'s awesome Fan Of The Day program, where you take center stage at JCHutchins.net
- The rebirth of Seth Harwood's Jack Wakes Up, available in bookstores everywhere May 5
- J.C.'s appearances at Balticon, including the Personal Effects: Dark Art book launch party, and his first public reading ever
- A troubled update on the podcast-exclusive Personal Effects prequel novella, Sword of Blood
- Promo: Nina Kimberly The Merciless comes to print!
- Promo: Geek Of All Trades
- Promo: Starting WoW
The anthem for Hey, Everybody! is "Chip Away" by Jane's Addition, distributed freely via BitTorrent and the Nine Inch Nails/Jane's Addiction tour site, Ninja2009.com.
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