Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
Bravely, the vampires soldier on through the (now-fading) sunlight to claim their prize. Ya gotta admire perseverance like that. Oh, and scroll to the end of the entry to find out the first winner of the MURDER MOON giveaway.
And congratulations to our first winner of the weekly MURDER MOON giveaway: Matt Spatola, who comes to us all the way from AOL. Really? They still have AOL addresses these days? Seeing that really takes me back to the nineties, I tell ya.
Tune in on Monday for a fresh page, and then Wednesday for the next installment of the giveaway. Tell your friends! Tell your family! Tell anyone who’ll stand still for thirty seconds and listen! Just don’t get arrested doing it.
And for those of you who are Kindle-enabled, I’m translating MURDER MOON to Kindle and DX-ready formats. I’ll let you all know when they become available. Considering iPhone development as well, but those screens are on the itty-bitty side of things. However, I tried out the iPhone version of PROOF, which had a lot of good buzz going for it, and found it surprisingly readable. Looks like a fair amount of work to make it iPhone-readable, but you know, people are always going to sit on busses needing something to do.