Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Because I'm supposed to try to sell things once in a while ...

In between talking about beer and wine and what dead animal I'm grilling, I'm supposed to occasionally use this blog to try to get you to buy junk I've written. This is one of those posts.

Now I know many of you probably got an AMAZON GIFT CARD for Christmas, so you can check out The Deputy or Three on a Light on Kindle, both at bargain prices. In addition to gift cards, maybe you got yourself a nifty e-reader and you're eager to take it for a test spin. Now's the time, baby.

I'm meeting with my producer Wednesday for sushi, and we're going to discuss tweaks to the screenplay I've adapted from one of my own novels. You can't complain about how the novel is sooooo much better than the film unless you actually read the novel, so it's time to finally break down and get your copy of Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse. There's also a great script for this novel, so I'll keep you up to date on news as I hear it.

For my funny book peeps, I suggest the complete Merc with a Mouth in hardcover. Mmmmm. Full of Deadpooly goodness.

So get out there and do your part for the economy. SPEND, BABY!


Chris said...

I find these books read best with the novel in one hand, and alternating in the other hand:

a. an ice cold beer, and
b. a slab of dead, grilled critter
c. occasionally a handful of some form of potato, preferably fried

Wins all around!

Victor Gischler said...


Those suggestions bascially improve ANY situation. Well done.


Steve Malley said...

Ooh, missed Three on a Light-- SOLD!! :-D

Sandra Atkinson said...

Hey Vic, i was just wondering if in Adjectivless X-men you were going to use characters that are featured majorly in other X books, or characters that don't seem to get much atttention on them such as Storm, Gambit etc?

Victor Gischler said...


The first few pages of the new arc act as something of a transition, so you will see the whole gang. But much more Storm and Gambit in this arc. Promise.