Here’s an interview I did with NPR earlier in the week, along with several book recommendations. Can you pull the car around for me? I’m basically a celebrity now.
Top o’ the…mid-afternoon…to ya? That really didn’t work out like I planned, sorry. I’ll get right into it.
- I am extremely excited to announce the release of the unabridged audiobook for The Adventures of KungFu Mike and the Magic Sunglasses. The massively talented Mercury Welles was in charge of narration for this project, and coming from someone who listens to 3-4 audiobooks a month, I believe he did the best possible treatment for this material. It’s seriously bizarre to listen to it. It’s so good that I forget I’m the guy who wrote the script.
It’s starting out on sale for only $13.96 (a penny cheaper than the audiobook) on Audible. I’m being told it will be available on Amazon and on iTunes in a few days.
- I’m going to be interviewed by Peter Biello on All Things Considered tonight at 5:50 pm EST on New Hampshire Public Radio. You can stream the conversation directly from their website, but if you’re not able to catch it in time, it will be available on The Bookshelf’s archive immediately after.
- In other news, a new book is on the way! I’ll have a manuscript ready for the editor by late spring. I’ll keep you posted about that as it progresses, but as of right now, I think you’re going to love it. I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard at my own writing before. [/narcissism].
I think that’s about it for now. Enjoy your Friday, and try your best to cause a little trouble this weekend. You’ve earned it.
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Michael Albert Boulerice was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on June 16th, 1980. A few months after, he moved to coastal New Hampshire, where Michael has spent the bulk of his life living ever since.
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