Are you afraid of demons?

Welcome to the month of May! There are so many good things that happen in May. Like, the flowers, right? After the April showers and all that? (Technically in my area we’ve had more rain in the first four days of May than in April, but April has the edge in snow. So far.)

Also in May E2 Books is very pleased to announce the release of The Demon of Denver, which will be available literally everywhere in the world. We’re going to have people selling copies at a couple of the research stations on Antarctica, I’m pretty sure.

[Ed. Note: Nope.]

Quiet, you guys. This is a major announcement.

So where were we?

Ah, yes. Release announcement. Well now I feel off my game about it. This whole Editorial Staff thing, and their notes!

But I feel like I’d be kind of a rat if I didn’t tell you now, and frankly that would mean they’d won. I, for one, will always stick it to the man. Even when I am both the man and the stick.

Now I feel like I’ve completely lost the thread.

So let’s do this. Let’s talk about this post’s title. I obviously stole from the book title here, but the question is legitimate. Especially when the sort of demon we’re talking about is the human sort and frankly that’s the only kind that scares me. For readers of the series, there is little mystery about to whom the title refers, and for new readers, now would be a good time to get caught up. Book One, The Beauty of Bucharest, is available for nuttin’ at all, and you can get it here!

From there you’ll want to read The Count of Carolina, and The Terror of Tijuana to see how Nicole and her family got to where you will find them on…

May 26, 2021

Ha! I snuck the announcement in past the Editorialoids! Take that, Joe Authority! Have a whiff of that Ted Jurisdiction! Chomp on it, Melvin Ascendency! Oh crap, is that them coming? I’m getting out of here before they catch on.

LATAH!

Published by Scott Varengo

Blogger, space marine, neurosurgeon and dog polisher.

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