Publication Date Set for Book 3

November 2, 2017

Happy to announce that Book 3, tentatively entitled Watt O’Hugh in the Hell of the Innocent Dead, is set for publication in the Spring of 2019. I wish it had been sooner. But better late than never.

The publisher, Chickadee Prince Books, has just gotten a nice new budget that should carry them for a couple of years, so I will look forward to seeing you then.

In the meantime, please do spread the word.

No News is Good News?

June 4, 2017

I had sort of forgotten about this page, to be honest with you, and now I see that I have not updated it for almost 2 years. Is that because there is no news about Watt? Yes! I have been writing Book 3 sporadically, and I think you’ll be happy with it, and I have been updating my blog, which you can see here , and I’ve been lending my assistance to Chickadee Prince Books, which publishes the  Watt series. (For more about CPB, take a look here.) But as Watt himself, he is waiting for Book 3 to conquer the universe again, which I currently expect will be the Spring of 2019 or the Fall of 2018, and so this page will stay pretty static till then. To be bluntly honest, Watt-Mania has died down to almost nothing as a result of the Hamlet-like care I am giving the next book, but I hope and expect that all will change.

I have not given up. Thank you for your patience!

Watt O’Hugh FREE On Kindle For 3 Days Only!

July 14, 2015.

The acclaimed Ghosts of Watt O’Hugh,  published by Chickadee Prince Books, is free for 3 days this week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday! So way not download it. Really, why not?

Available here.

Watt O’Hugh Underground Available Now!

May 22, 2014.

The acclaimed Ghosts of Watt O’Hugh was reissued by Chickadee Prince Books, along with Watt O’Hugh Underground, the all-new Book 2 in the trilogy, both with spanking new cover art. Which means you may now buy it!

This semi-seminal event was celebrated on Wednesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at The Community Bookstore on 7th Avenue, the famous bookstore from the Louis CK show, where both Chloe Sevigny and Parker Posey work.

If you’d like more information on the re-release and on other info, like readings and giveaways, join the Watt mailing list (email or “like” the Memoirs of Watt O’Hugh on Facebook). The cover art was done by the great Mark Matcho (you may have seen his work in many places, including all over town in every bookstore window on the cover of Carl Hiaasen’s Bad Monkey), all publicity is handled by Wunderkind PR, and David Groff was the editor.

Please spread the word, and thanks for your enthusiasm!