So the the good news is that Karen Syed at Echelon Press is giving me a terrific deal on the remaining copies of “Cash & Carry.” The even better news is it’s only because she’s moving to Florida and she doesn’t want to have move anything she doesn’t have to. So we’re still in Business together, and the book is still going to be in print, available from me, Echelon and Amazon. The best news is Karen’s going to help me bring “Something to build Read More +
I checked in with my publisher, Karen Syed of Echelon Press, today in order to purchase more books as I’ve run out. It was a fortuitous instance, as she let me know that our contract is up at the end of this month and she’s moving to Florida. So with the idea that she needs to make her move easier, she’s offered too sell me the remaining books. Now, I’ve sold through for her – which means that she’s made her money back. And there’s Read More +
On the DorthyL email list. Out of the blue and it made my day!
You know, I tried to work up some kind of feelings regarding Superhero decadence, as described by Dirk and apparently being commented upon by a host of people. (Dirk defines superhero decadence as people who are “jaded but unwilling to move on, with one’s tastes growing more ornate and polluted in the process.”) But I’m unmoved. Honestly, I just don’t care that much anymore. I stopped debating with superhero fans in the ’80s, and years ago I got into it with a number of 25 Read More +
The following 30 pages are a free preview of my mystery/graphic novel “Cash & Carry,” the book that won me an option for television by Thunder Road Studios and Warner Bros. Published by Echelon Press, it’s gotten great reviews from Crimespree Magazine and the American Library Association’s Booklist, among others: “Tim Broderick has a unique ability to tell a story in a very whispered way ,,, This is a perfect crime fiction graphic novel.” — Jon Jordan, Crimespree Magazine “… his sure command of plot Read More +