It’s back. The little novella that could does it again.
The book that pulled me into this goofy game is being re-released by Down & Out Books today. Back in 2012, the idea was to write the most lean and pared down tale I could. One that kept moving, like a good short film. I figured, if Piggy turns out to be only a short story, so be it. Turned out to be just as long as it was supposed to be.
The new Piggy marks 6 years since its first publication, which really wouldn’t be a mark at all, except my third novel, 101, is coming out with Down & Out November this year. It builds on and delivers the promise I gave myself when I began—starry-eyed—to pen Piggyback: Keep the story moving.
If you don’t already own this one, don’t be shy up about snatching up the new and improved version. With 87% less typos, a jazzed-up Eric Beetner classic cover, and a nice-slice novella price.
And I’ll see y’all this November.
And a big thanks to all you who’ve been picking up American Static and getting the word out. Whatever you’re doing, it’s been working.