What Makes You Die (Early 50 Order Page)

Posted by on Mar 1, 2013 in Apex Publications Blog: Matters of SF, Fantasy, and Horror | 0 comments

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Early 50 Order Page

What Makes You DieOrder WHAT MAKES YOU DIE by Tom Piccirilli

Synopsis:

To see more is to find oblivion… Screenwriter Tommy Pic fell hard from Hollywood success and landed in a psychiatric ward, blacked out from booze and unmedicated manic depression. This is not the first time he’s come to in restraints, surrounded by friends and family who aren’t there.

This time, though, he also awakes to a message from his agent. The first act of his latest screenplay is their ticket back to the red carpets. If only Tommy could remember writing it. Trying to recapture the hallucinations that crafted his masterpiece, he chases his kidnapped childhood love, a witch from the magic shop downstairs, and the Komodo dragon he tried to cut out of his gut one Christmas Eve. The path to professional redemption may be more dangerous than the fall.

…This is what makes you die.

About the Early 50

About the Early 50 program

When we release a new title, Apex will make available 50 copies (never more, never less) of the book for early order. Your book will be signed by the author (and much of the time, the artist as well). Even better, you will receive your book 2 to 4 weeks before the title is available on Apex or any of our vendor websites.

You even receive the eBook (ePub, mobi, and PDF versions without DRM) when you place the order, so you can start to read immediately!

Your new Early 50 Program is great.  A simple idea done right.  The bonus ebook was the icing on the cake for me.  As long as I am able to, I’ll be supporting this new line of titles.  Starting it off with Tom Piccirilli is as good as it gets.  Thanks again!
- William
Bronxville, NY

Book Information:

Trade Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-937009-12-0
Pages: 168
Cover Artist: Danni Kelly

Reviews:

“I can’t imagine how difficult it must be to write a first person narrative from the perspective of a madman with moments of lucidity and pull it into such a cohesive story, but Tom pulls it off and the result is wildly entertaining.”
—Frank Errington’s Book Reports (Read full review)

Order Link

Only 50 will be sold. Order today!

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