Announcing the BIAS CUT ebook release:

Well, the Kindle release anyway.

So, hey: You remember my novel BIAS CUT, the one that reached the semi-finals of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award earlier this year? The Kindle version is now available for download at Amazon. If you're an Amazon Prime member, you can even borrow it for free.

No Kindle? No worries -- the paperback version will be officially released by my publishing company, Luft Books, within the next few weeks.  I'll keep you posted on the street date and ordering info as the details firm up. The paperback will have the advantage of displaying the full awesome Nagel-esque cover, shown above, which was designed by the eternally-awesome Morgan Dodge.


Once again, here's a review for BIAS CUT from Publishers Weekly, written as part of the judging process of the 2012 ABNA:
"In this fresh and dark mystery, rising fashion designer Laurie Sparks hires down-to-earth, down on her luck Nicola to research 1980s style and culture. Sparks, an elfish beauty and reality TV personality -- think younger, edgier, and flakier Tim Gunn -- wonders what next year's fashion would look like if an apocalypse had stopped design from moving forward back when "Road Warrior" and "Night of the Comet" flickered through America's imagination. Enter Jonathan, Sparks's former assistant, who asserts: "I don't think it occurs to Laurie that there are people...who...don't want the very best for him." Sparks's carefree and careless nature provides the novel a vague sense of dread that is exacerbated by Nicola's increasing compulsion to protect him, from himself as well as from others. Despite constant warning, Sparks goads Nicola into an ever-deepening pursuit to prove that a world-renowned fashion designer is a hack and possibly a murderer. Snappy dialogue and accomplished descriptions are effortlessly woven into the catty and surprisingly nebulous world of Fashion Week and Emmy Award after-parties. While it addresses a wide range of topics -- from the folly of curiosity to the power of innuendo -- this novel is also about the fleeting successes that have passed by Generation X and landed on Generation Y, and the anxieties and imbalances such a world view produces. Well done."
 Anyone who feels inclined to order BIAS CUT, you have my encouragement and gratitude.

Comments

Ingrid Richter said…
Hooray! Congratulations, Morgan!
DKoren said…
Yay! I am, alas, still old school and don't have want a kindle, but as soon as you give the word, one of those paperbacks is mine!
Morgan Richter said…
Thanks, DKoren! I still don't even really have an estimate on the street date of the paperback, but the ball is rolling, at least. I'll update everyone as soon as I have a better idea.

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