I Call Death Dad available

Still sick. Yesterday, I sat on the couch and occasionally got on my laptop to do a little writing, but I couldn’t do it for long, so Waiters didn’t get worked on at all. I’m going to see if I can give you three installments next week to make up for missing one.

But the good news is my first Young Adult book, I Call Death Dad, is available here. It’s available in ebook format right now and print will be available shortly. I hope you check it out.

Here’s the blurb:

When Death’s your dad, you never look at life the same way again.

Okay, figuring out you’re gay is hard enough, right? I mean I’ve barely admitted the truth to myself. Forget about telling anyone else about liking guys. I thought it would be the most difficult thing I had to deal with, until my dad showed up to claim me for the summer.

Did I mention I hadn’t seen him for more than twenty minutes each birthday? Seriously, he couldn’t be bothered to visit me any other time, yet now he expects me to welcome him with open arms.

Well, did I mention he’s Death? And his plans for me will change my life.

I hope you all have a great day. I’m going to curl up on the couch again and try to kick this cold. Have a great weekend as well.

12 Responses “I Call Death Dad available”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I just finished this and it was awesome!!! I can't wait to read what happens when he goes back next summer now:) I hope you are continuing this and making it a series. I wonder what his mother knows about Erik? Great job again TA:)

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hope you feel better!

    I love your books and am always wanting more 😉 Can I ask about the next installment in the preter series?
    I just re-read Nick of time and was wondering whether we'd get to see more of these wonderful characters.. what happened to Jess and Pavel, is Rover ever going to catch the mistery-man???

    Am picking up your latest book in the mean time, I think I have about a full set now :-)))

    All the best,

  3. Holly says:

    Just purchased this ebook, can't wait to get started on it!! I also blogged about it to help get the word out there.
    Hope you feel better!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I just finished I called death dad. This was a great book. Harry Potter move over. This had everything that a reader could want in a book. Humor,action,pain and forgiveness. I can not wait for the next story in this young mans life. Very very well done!!!

  5. elusivehearts says:

    Hope you feel better soon, TA! Your health is more important to us than the next installment of Waiters!

  6. Teresa says:

    Hope you feel better soon. Off to shop..knew I forgot something yesterday.

  7. Anonymous says:

    feel better!

  8. airdragonfly says:

    Hi TA,

    don't get yourself all worked up about the next installment of Waiters. We can wait a little bit longer for our "next fix", LOL

    It's far more important that hopefully you will soon feel better.

    All the best and have a great weekend!


  9. Yvonne says:

    Feel better TA.

    Picked up my copy of DaD this morning. Just need to tell you that this is the first YA book I have purchased in years.

    You have definitely corrupted me! Lol

  10. Jambrea says:

    Man…sorry this cold has you down. Get better!

    WOohoo on I Call Death Dad. I picked up my copy last night…now…to read it. lol

  11. Cinderella says:

    Sweet cannot wait to get the book but will be in the afternoon as I am getting ready to take boys to school then walk to school myself. Have an excellent day ya'll!!

  12. Sweetums says:

    I hope you feel better soon.

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