Whew! I finished editing the galleys for WORKING CLASS HERO, and looked over the added introduction from Budd Root, and sent in the back cover blurb.
This is the longest I've ever spent proofing the galleys of one of my books. Normally I have to force myself to go through the edits. But I had so much fun with this book, and I like the characters so much that it was not a job to go over the manuscript word by word with the editor.
So it is now in the hands of the publisher where it will be formatted and soon ready for publication.
The general population refers to them as “Odds”, people who suffer from AOHD (Adult Onset Hyper-Development Disorder). Such people wake up one day to find that they’re suddenly super-human. They can do things like leap tall buildings. Lift bulldozers over their heads. Read minds. Throw fireballs. Melt steel with a thought. Fly at supersonic speeds, and so on. And what happens? Uncle Sam makes them sign up with the Feds and punch a clock. Or else.
Now, for the first time, we get the real deal, the true story. Told from the inside. WORKING CLASS HERO: The Autobiography of Billy B., a Hyper Human.
|Coming soon from Severed Press! WORKING CLASS HERO: The Autobiography of a Hyper Human.|
By James Robert Smith, author of THE FLOCK.