This has been a long time coming. Way back, in December of 2013, I began working on my first nonfiction book - Bigfoot: A Guide To The Beasts Of The Field. The idea of writing this book, however, has been floating around in my head for many years.
During the course of writing it, I got the chance to explore some cool places, revisit some old tales from my youth, personal experiences and, above all, I got to meet some really awesome people (including the cast of Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot - all awesome folks, especially Bobo's dog Monkey).
This book is also my first release through my new publisher, Back Road Books. Jeremy Peterson (happy birthday, by the way) and James Jobling have been a blast to work with. Their tireless efforts in getting this book out cannot be understated.
I also had the opportunity to work with longtime friend, and fellow cryptid fanatic, Eric S. Brown. He did an amazing job writing the Foreword and I hope to be able to work with him again in the future.
Finally, I received a message that got me a wee bit excited. I was contacted by a local teacher who is working with some homeschooled students. He proceeded to tell me that part of a particular class had a "cryptozoology component." After voicing my jealousy (wish that component was there when I was in school), we talked for a while and I offered to help in any way I could, including sending him a copy of the book to share with the class. I never thought I would ever write something to be presented to a class in an academic setting. Needless to say, it's very cool and I'm very proud.
So, without further delay, you can grab the Kindle edition by clicking HERE. Paperbacks and other formats should be along soon.
Also, in doing all of this, I forgot to do the next chapter in the free serial, My Best Fiend. That will be going up as soon as possible.