Wow. It's been a long journey. A very, very long journey. But Metastatic Memories is finally published. I hope you'll pick up a copy and share my story. Because it isn't just my story; it's the story of 72,000 new young adults each year. It's the story of untold millions worldwide.
Recently, while my family was passing the review copy between them, my nephew, the Creature, somehow managed to get his hands on it...
|I may have had to coax him into it.|
|The Creature was not impressed with my efforts to bribe him with tickles.|
|Eventually, he got into it.|
|The Creature likes it! "Hey!" he might have said, had he been able to form sounds other than Glar Glue Glar Gwwaaaa, at the time. "My uncle tells a pretty good story! This might just be my favorite book."|
Why thank you Creature. Your uncle is proud to have such a dedicated reader in the family. Creature, you even make a short cameo at the end of the book -- it's possible that you're reading about yourself here. Or it could be that I've made that up, just like I've staged this whole post to serve as promotional material for the book. What a low thing to do, using such an adorable creature as a prop! Well, the truth is that I'm kind of attached to you, Creature, and I'm glad you're my nephew, and that one day you'll grow up and read my books, and tell me how much you don't agree with my version of events, just like your mom. I can't wait for that day.
Until then, I'll just keep reading them to you, and pretending that your gurgles and smiles are rave reviews on content and sentence structure. They're definitely more valuable to me than any other kind of review.
Buy your copy of Metastatic Memories here.