Thursday, February 18, 2010

My Most Humbling Experience to Date

The Table of Contents (TOC) for Blood Lite II: Overbite...

Death and Taxes—Heather Graham
Table for Two—Jeff Ryan
Treatment—J.A. Konrath
Dead Clown Séance—Christopher Welch
The Day the Devil Swallowed a Heapin’ Helpin’ of Pride at the Beaulahville Gospel Jubilee—Scott Nicholson
Piecemaker—Don d’Ammassa
Good Breeding—Lucien Soulban
Tails—John R. Little
Dog Tired (of the Drama!)—L.A. Banks
A Sweet Girl for Todd—Mark Onspaugh
Dark Carbuncle—Kevin J. Anderson & Janis Ian
Tastes Like Chicken—Jordan Summers
Presumptuous Beast Throws Sumptuous Feast—Mike Baron
Bad German—Edward Bryant
The Halloween War—Brian J. Hatcher
Oh, the Ho-Ho Horror—Joel A. Sutherland
The Unfortunate Persistence of Harold Francis Beamish—Aaron Polson
Dick and Larry—D.L. Snell
Son of…a Bitch!—Sam W. Anderson
Her Lucky Day—Allison Brennan
A Wing and a Prayer—Sharyn McCrumb
Barewolf—Daniel Pyle
American Banshee—Eric James Stone
The Epicurean—Amy Sterling Casil
The Ghoul Next Door—Nancy Kilpatrick
Daycare of the Damned—Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Season’s Tickets—Derek Clendening
The Close Shave—Mike Resnick & Lezli Robyn
Shaggy Dog Story—Steve Rasnic Tem
Eight-Legged Vengeance—Jeff Strand
Lucifer’s Daughter—Kelley Armstrong

The book is slated for an October 2010 release.

(Who the hell is this "Polson" character, and why'd they let him in?)

18 comments:

mylefteye said...

Oooh, congratulations on that, Aaron. I saw this on Joel Sutherl;and's LJ. Very impressive line-up indeed.

Alan W. Davidson said...

Wow, congratulations on that! I see Kelley Armstrong is on the list as well.

katey said...

So far beyond cool, I have no words. So I will just squee. EEEEEE!

Brendan P. Myers said...

Delighted to see it! It can only bode well for the future tone of your posts . . . for a week or two anyway . . . (:>)

PS: Was that your place of employment I saw in a very entertaining viral video currently making its way around? If so, it was very, very well done.

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks, Michael.

Alan - My eyes bleed with the talent and big names.

Katey - I feel like I just party crashed.

Brendan - Thanks. I'm not sure about the video...I'm out of the loop on that one.

Brendan P. Myers said...

http://blogs.tampabay.com/80s/2010/02/the-kids-in-lawrence-kansas-love-kids-in-america.html

Aaron Polson said...

Brendan - Nope. I live in Lawrence, but teach in a small town just north of there. My wife works at Free State High (the cross town rival to Lawrence High), and they are doing their lip dub project this week. It all started with: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7TI-AJi2O8

(I think)

Natalie L. Sin said...

Congratulations!

Cate Gardner said...

I hear he's a rather good writer, you should pimp him more often. ;)

Congratulations.

Aaron Polson said...

Thanks, Natalie.

Cate - You can never trust those internet rumors. (thanks)

Barry Napier said...

Quite awesome. I am beginning to wonder if your blog is the one that garners the most "Congrats" or "Well done" from me on a monthly basis....

Rabid Fox said...

Wow. That's some good company to keep in that ToC. Congrats. Hope to check that out in the fall.

Demon Hunter said...

Congratulations, Aaron. You seriously rock. L.A. Banks is awesome. :-D I know your story is excellent. ;-)

BT said...

Very impressive ToC - congratulations. I'm sure your story lies in there very comfortably.

Danielle Ferries said...

Congrats!

abrokenlaptop said...

That is a fantastic TOC! Heather Graham? JA Konrath? Congratulations, and you definitely deserve to be there.

-Mercedes

K.C. Shaw said...

Wow, nice!

You almost had the longest title. :)

Laura Eno said...

Congrats, Aaron! Impressive.