A New Kind of Paranormal SciFi

Hugo Award winner Will McIntosh astounded the publishing world with his debut novel, Soft Apocalypse, a disturbing and compelling vision of a slow dissolution of the world as we know it.  Soft Apocalypse already sold out from Nightshade Books on its first print run.

Now McIntosh is back for a second round of literary merits for his new novel, Hitchers, a story about a comic strip writer who fights for control over his body when a catastrophic event unleashes the dead upon the living, and the ghost of his angry curmudgeon grandfather comes looking for him to reclaim creative control over the comic strip.

The novel contains elements of the paranormal and the apocalyptic, as well as lots of comedy and romance. The characters are well developed, at times infuriating, at times funny, at times deliciously lovable, and the story is written with that nicely cultivated fast pace that has earned McIntosh his many awards.

McIntosh has already signed over rights to his Hugo Winning “Bridesicle” for a film adaptation. So make sure to get your first edition print of Hitchers before all copies are sold out!

Published by laura

I'm the author of two short story collections, a story cycle, and a collection of short memoirs. I am an educator, literary translator, journal editor, and writing coach.

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