So apparently Booktopia are doing a wildcard round in this year’s Favourite Aussie Author poll, and I am in it–along with proper writers like Gillian Polack, Amanda Bridgeman, Kaaron Warren, Robert Hood, Cat Sparks, Justin Woolley, Narrelle Harris, and… well, it’s a cast of thousands in there. You should get in there and vote. VOTE NOW in the Wild Card Round for your Favourite Australian Authors for 2018! FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
The incredibly generous John Scalzi was kind enough to host a Big Idea essay about faerie Apocalypse on his blog, Whatever. For those who came in late, this is a a feature in which John lets authors talk about the inception and execution of their newest project. It’s been a career goal of mine to get a Big Idea slot and I feel like this is a genuine career milestone for me.. Here’s what I wrote: https://whatever.scalzi.com/2018/01/16/the-big-idea-jason-franks/ Huge thanks to John for this opportunity! FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
The Best Person in the World, Narrelle Harris, asked me five questions about Faerie Apocalypse and here is what I said. unto her. Includes a partial soundtrack for the book. (Ask me twice and I might post all the songs referenced in there.) In the meantime, go! Read! Then buy some of Narrelle’s awesome work. I particularly recommend The Opposite of Life and its sequel, Walking Shadows for some hilarious and touching Melbourne vampire action. Five Questions for Jason Franks FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail
THE FAERIE APOCALYPSE HAS BEGUN It’s here, folks! My new book, Faerie Apocalypse, is out TODAY! as I write this it’s out in Australia, and the book should become available through the different vendors sometime as January fifteenth rolls into your time zone. Please go out and purchase one–with extreme prejudice. And tell all your friends. And if you love it or hate it, please leave me a review on the platform of your choice. BUY IT :: Amazon ‣ | Kindle ‣ | Barnes and Noble ‣ | Kobo ‣ | iBooks ‣ | Book Depository ‣ | Booktopia...
Wow, I feel like I’m selling steak knives on a TV commercial. Anyway. All the cool kids have email lists and now I do, as well, only mine is Evil. If you sign up, you get a free PDF comic. One person who signs up before January 2nd, Australian EST, will also get a free print copy of Faerie Apocalypse. UPDATE: Winner of the free copy of Faerie Apocalypse is Liz Simrajh. All I want is your email. For Evil. What are you waiting for? Subscribe to my mailing list FacebookTwitterTumblrEmail