Join me all this week for my 42 book-blog site tour! I’ll be answering questions about A DEAD END JOB, and my other books, telling stories and giving bad life advise.
All the tour stops are listed here: November 8: 1: Literary Gold 2: Wake Up Your Wild Side 3: Westveil Publishing 4: Travel the Ages 5: Stormy Nights Reviewing & Bloggin’ 6: Sadie’s Spotlight 7: Author Deborah A Bailey blog 8: Ilovebooksandstuffblog 9: JB’s Bookworms with Brandy Mulder 10: Coffee and Wander Book Reviews 11: Jazzy Book Reviews
November 9: 1: Fabulous and Brunette 2: All the Ups and Downs 3: Long and Short Reviews 4: Tina Donahue Books – Heat with Heart 5: The Pen and Muse Book Reviews 6: Wendi Zwaduk – Romance to Make Your Heart Race 7: Independent Authors 8: Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile
November 10: 1: Andi’s Book Reviews 2: FUONLYKNEW 3: The Avid Reader 4: It’s Raining Books 5: The Obsessed Reader 6: The Faerie Review 7: Eye-Rolling Demigod’s Book Blog 8: Momma Says: To Read or Not to Read 9: The Key Of Love
November 11: 1: Aubrey Wynne: Timeless Love 2: Read Your Writes Book Reviews 3: Welcome to My World of Dreams 4: Seven Troublesome Sisters 5: Locks, Hooks and Books 6: Harlie’s Books
November 12: 1: Gina Rae Mitchell 2: Kit ‘N Kabookle 3: Novels Alive 4: Sandra’s Book Club 5: Triquetra Reviews 6: Iron Canuck Reviews & More 7: Sybrina’s Book Blog 8: Beyond Romance 9: Our Town Book Reviews
That’s right! ManyBooks.net has given me the prestigious honor of being the Halloween “ManyBooks: Author of the Day.” Check out the link in my bio come 10.31 to read my upcoming interview, talk about A DEAD END JOB, and other literature fun!
There’s so much deathly A DEAD END JOB fun! Join me 10.28 on @hauntedafpodcast for a ghost story, late November on the @readandwritepodcast ! Play the Reddit “Scythe” game to find out what weapon Death’s scythe would turn into in your hands. Join goodreads to get a winning copy of the book, and check out the great Publisher’s Weekly review! Check it all out at http://www.justin Alcala.com.
I give you 💀A DEAD END JOB 📖 Join Ned the undead hitman as he interns for Death. If you love absurdist fiction, urban fantasy or sarcastically fun books, this is the one for you. Find out why Publisher’s Weekly named it “Best Book of the Week” and why Speculative Fiction Foundation made it one of its top picks. Get it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo Books or wherever great books are sold! ! !
Death needs a vacation. Badly. But there’s a catch: There are people who cheat the system, always falling through the cracks and not dying like they’re supposed to. Who’s going to take care of them while Death’s sipping on sangria?
The answer is simple: Death needs an intern, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that one prospect, Buck Palasinksia-a bankrupt hitman with a roleplaying addiction-might have what it takes. While scoping out his next target, Buck gets drilled in the forehead by a bullet and falls right into Death’s lap.
If they shove him back into his body, he’ll have a few weeks to prove that he has what it takes to be Death’s right-hand.
All he has to do is take out Public Enemy No. 1, John Dillinger, and quit smoking.
💀Giveaways and Contests Ready? ✔️ 📖 Amazon, B&N & Kobo ready to print? ✔️ 💀”A DEAD END JOB” Ready for October 6th Release? ✔️ It’s finally around the corner. Please be ready to order your copy and follow the link below to enter for a free hard copy along w/ Death’s vault key. A Dead End Job: “Work until your dead, and then work done more.” Contest: http://www.parliamenthousepress.com/contest
“Lilith, my oldest work-friend since… well, friends became a thing. Unmentionables weren’t around when dinosaurs and other eat-poop-then-die creatures were on Earth. It’s only when sentience became all the rage that God cut off her finger and gave it to me as Lilith, divine retribution for anyone bold enough to manipulate the cosmic work schedule. Since then, Lilith has, and always will be, the most dangerous weapon in existence. While I used her special holy abracadabra to transform Lilith into a scythe, she adjusts to the user’s character in order to be the best possible work tool. So if you want to be my next intern, and you’re comfortable getting my dry-cleaning, let’s first see what’s in that mushy pink wetware between your ears. It’s a sorting hat sort of thing, only with irremediable, world ending consequences.” -Death