Just another quick update to let you know that ‘Existence Is Futile’ is now available from those lovely people at WH Smith. That’s right WH Smith. The bookshop which I walked past almost every single day whilst I was at secondary school. It feels strange to say and to be honest it still feels a little far fetched. Alas it is true. If anyone wishes to pop in and ask for ‘Fly Fishing’ by JR Hartley, or ‘Existence Is Futile’ by Scott Andrews please do. As it is exactly what I intend on doing next time I am on the island.
I feel a little guilty for spamming you all with news at the moment so I thought that I would at least give you a peek into the future. Shortly I will resume editing my other novel. It’s unpublished as of yet. It is a considerably longer story about a number of bizarre events in a fictional country. What can I tell you about it without giving too much away? The bad news is that it doesn’t contain any ninjas. The good news is that it does, in fact, contain a joke about toilets. When I finish it, I will resume my fruitless effort of trying to find a publisher brave enough to take a risk. Hopefully the fact that I have one book published already might help.
In the coming weeks I expect to see both of my stories appear in a number of other online bookstores. If you happen to be a bookseller or a bookbuyer and you stumble across either of them anywhere, please let me know so I can link them to this site, as I am finding it harder and harder to keep track of where they are appearing. Just today I discovered that ‘Existence Is Futile’ is now available via the bookdepository.co.uk
Thanks to those of you that have bought ‘Existence Is Futile’ and ‘The Story of Albert Ross’. If you liked either of them don’t forget to review them. Almost all booksellers websites allow you to. And it’s your reviews which can convince strangers to follow your path. Until next time.