Sep 17, 2020
The publication of Lost in the Fog is so close I can smell it. For me, the scent is a cool, ocean breeze mingled with trees and dirt and the dampness of fog drifting across Lands End Trail at the westernmost point of San Francisco. Maybe there’s some whiskey notes in there as well.
Lost in the Fog is a mystery, a comedy, a wild adventure, and a neo noir. It’s also taken a helluva long time to get into print for people to read. With the pandemic, it’s unfortunately made the wait even longer.
And now there’s a new calamity to add to the Shit Show of 2020 to further delay Lost in the Fog.
The fires in California and Oregon, with their extremely dangerous air quality, have been a horrific ordeal that’s affected so many people. Because of this, it’s produced a slight setback for the printed books to be shipped to everyone who pre-ordered one. Of course my novel’s delay means absolutely nothing in the larger picture of what’s going on, and my heart goes out to everyone affected.
But there is some good news with Lost in the Fog . . . the e-version will be ready to go on September 21st as promised!
Anyone who bought a paperback will also automatically receive an e-copy. You will be emailed my book in both mobi (for Kindle) and Epub (Apple books) files, as well as in Adobe PDF which can be read on any computer or device. I just received my advanced e-copy, and it looks super cool! While I’m still a paper and ink kind of guy, I’ve read plenty of books on Kindle and I’m a fan.
Inkshares has said that the paperbacks of Lost in the Fog will be shipped in October. I don’t have an exact date, but when I do, you will be the first to know. I’m incredibly sorry for this delay.
That being said, I’m also incredibly excited that on September 21st e-copies will be sent to everyone who pre-ordered Lost in the Fog! Thank you, thank you, thank you, and mahalo! I’m so grateful for your support, and I hope you enjoy the story of Camden, Veronica, and their quest to find the stolen Matisse sculptures in San Francisco.