Down in the Drains is now fully available on Kindle, in both a five installment serial and full book versions. Copies of the print version can now be checked out from the Kanawha County Public Library system for all you local cheapskates.
The print version of Down in the Drains is now available through this website or directly through Amazon. The Kindle version is to be released in five installments as well as with a complete book option to follow. Part One is available for download now for the minute sum of only .99, and will be FREE starting Monday, February 13th through Friday February 17th.
“Descending into the hellish underworld of the drains to face the horrors lurking below, unnatural abominations like arachnocobras, spider bats and supercrocs is the stuff of nightmare. Human determination and courage pitted against a horde of mutant monstrosities constantly getting bigger, faster, more deadly. The only thing that could conceivably make conditions worse for those sentenced to clearing the drains would be if the horrors infesting them began to get smarter . . . and started working together. Down in the Drains is tough, fast paced futuristic adventure with depth and bite.”
If you like hard boiled SF horror, this is the book for you. Available soon through the usual channels (this website or directly through Amazon) Drains will be published in both print and Kindle editions. Read the first chapter NOW by clicking on the Free heading on this site.
William will be returning to Packrat Comics in Columbus, Ohio, along with Daniel Boyd and many other comic creators this Saturday, May 2 for free comic book day.
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William will be appearing along with fellow author Daniel Boyd at Packrat Comics, www.packratcomics.com, Friday, December 19 from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Heavy Planet Man, a collection of song lyrics is now available in both print and Kindle editions. Over one hundred lyrics from the varied garage, punk, surf and psychedelic bands that Bill has played and written for over the years. These aren’t your run of the mill lyrics. As it says on the back cover, “Any man who can rhyme ‘irreligious’ with ‘britches’ has got to be a damn genius”.