My first interview... Chuck Sambuchino at Writer's Digest talked with me about how I got a literary agent and the journey of writing IJ and getting it published. You can read the excellent article here. There's a shorter version in the February print issue of Writer's Digest, which also includes a cover article about Sue Grafton.
You've seen Imaginary Jesus... now you can hear him. The fine folks at Christianaudio.com wrote me today to say that the editing process for the audio book is done and it will be available Very Soon. In the meantime, it's available for pre-order and they've put it up on the front page of their site:
Sign up for the IJ e-mail list. If you want updates about the book's release, you can sign up here (the future home of ImaginaryJesus.com and the Imaginary Blog). I promise not to deluge you with emails. In fact, as of this date we've sent precisely zero updates, waiting for something HUGE to report. Like free downloads of the first couple chapters. Yup, it could happen. Steel yourselves, me hearties. You can also follow me on twitter.
One Last Item. In the print version of the Writer's Digest article the name of my new book is revealed. No, not Imaginary Jesus, you smart alecks. The one that comes after that. I will reveal it to you when the time is right. Moowhahahahahaaa!