Monday, September 30, 2013

Available Now -- The Parting Glass

Now available on Amazon, All Romance Ebooks, Smashwords and -- woohoo! -- Barnes and Noble.

Two and a half years ago, travel writer Timothy McShay let NYPD Detective Luke O'Brien talk him into hiking into the New Jersey Pine Barrens to face down a monster.

 

 Now Tim and Luke meet again under very different circumstances. The old attraction is still there -- but so are some of Tim's monsters. Is it too late to find their way back to each other?


Just an angsty little cocktail with a dash of bitters and a splash of sweet. I hope you enjoy it.

21 comments:

  1. I'm really looking forward to this! Thank you so much.

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  2. it's perfect - a lot in a small package, but it couldn't be better. you do let the reader hang on until the end, but that's the way a master handles it. you don't let us down, Josh Lanyon, no matter what the length. thanks for this one.

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    1. Thank you very much, Bill. It's a story that really could have gone either way. ;-)

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  3. I've been so excited about this since the snippet (^▽^) Can't wait to read it. Thank you!

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    1. I'm very glad! I hope it meets expectation. ;-)

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  4. Loved the story, Josh - although you had me a bit worried there! (I should be used to that from you by now! *g*) Thanks for a great read.

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    1. I have to try and keep you guessing a little!

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  5. OK...so I just finished "The Parting Glass" and my stomach is in knots and I'm wiping away tears. So...thanks? Seriously, it was a really good story, Josh.

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    1. I just re-read my comment and realized that "a really good story" sounds a little lame...the story had such emotional depth and I was very, very touched. Thank you, Josh.

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    2. Not at all. The "wiping tears away" is very telling, I think.

      It's interesting to me how many people describe a visceral reaction to this particular story.

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  6. I downloaded hot off the press but as weird as this may sound I delayed reading because I knew their story would end...and as with most of your stories I want them to go on forever:-) I re-read In a Dark Wood last night and went on to complete the journey tonight - just finished and I love it...I can't stop smiling because I'm so happy for Tim and Luke. I like the way you handled the two year look-back and wove it into the present day. Thank you Josh.

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    1. Aw. Thank you! That makes me very happy.

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  7. I picked up my copy last night and am hoping to read it within the next few days. So excited it always makes me happy to have at least one of your books on my to read list because I know that I have a guaranteed GOOD read to look forward too.

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  8. Right, I nearly missed this...about to rush off and buy it Since I know I shall swallow it in one improvident gulp I shall try to save it for the weekend. Not sure I'll succeed but the idea of curling up on Saturday morning with it under a cosy duvet with crisp clean cover and sheets, a cup of Lady Grey tea and Radio 3 in the background...heaven.

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    1. I have to say, that DOES sound delightful. :-)

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  9. Hey Josh read this as soon as it released and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I just wanted to know if you have plans of releasing this in print?

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    1. It will probably eventually make it into a print collection. Glad you enjoyed it! :-)

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