MR. SUICIDE Lands on Best of 2015 List Compiled by GINGER NUTS OF HORROR’s George Anderson
I’m so pleased to see my novel Mr. Suicide find a place on another Best of 2015 list (this time compiled by reviewer George Anderson at The Ginger Nuts of Horror website). (Note: Anderson doesn’t assign specific ranks to his best of the year, which is totally understandable as I’m sure that can be an agonizing task for a reviewer!)
In any event, I will confess to being a little giddy about this news. (Today I consider myself the World’s Giddiest Nihilist.)
Why am I so giddy?
This is the third such list to include Mr. Suicide. Earlier in the week I mentioned that Nick Cato at The Horror Fiction Review named the book the #1 top read of the year. A bit earlier in the month reviewer Frank Michaels Errington gave the book an honorable mention on his list. It’s validating to see my first novel greeted so enthusiastically.
Here’s a brief excerpt of what George Anderson had to say about the book:
Nicole Cushing’s Mr. Suicide is a startling and jarring portrayal of a young boy’s spiraling descent into psychosis from the inside looking out… A jarring and discordant style pervades the book which left me at times feeling destabilized, unclean and grimy from reading it.I am most definitely going to be reading more of Cushing’s work.
Now comes the part of the blog post in which I tell you where you can pick up your copy of Mr. Suicide.
You can, of course, grab a paperback or kindle copy at Amazon.
Or…you can grab a paperback or Nook copy at Barnes & Noble’s website
Or…you can get the Kobo version.
Or…you can order directly from the good folks at Word Horde and receive a signed paperback (with an ebook in the format of your choice included at no extra charge).
Or…you can pick up the book at your local bookstore. So far, I know copies are available at the following independent stores:
Carmichael’s Bookstore on Bardstown Road in Louisville, Kentucky (signed paperbacks available)
Indy Reads Books in Indianapolis, Indiana
Mysterious Galaxy Books in San Diego, California
It’s likely there are copies floating around at other stores, too. (I don’t know where all the copies end up.) In any event, remember that even if the book isn’t on the shelf of your local bookstore you can special order it from them.
Have a safe and enjoyable New Year’s Eve, y’all!