Are you a rock ‘n’ roll fan? Are you a Stephen King fan? Are you a Cutter Slagle fan?
Okay, before I throw another question at you, I’ll give you a quick minute to chug some Starbucks and check the morning news (i.e. Facebook). And . . . go!
Hi, kids! It’s Tuesday (Monday’s ugly and overweight mistress), the holiday weekend has more than come and gone, and now we don’t have anything to look forward to until the Fourth of July. Or do we?
If you’re a Stephen King fan (why wouldn’t you be?), then you’ve most likely been looking forward to this day: The author’s latest novel is finally available! Sure, a new book from King can bring a smile to just about anyone’s face, but his latest release, End of Watch, is extra special. Why? Because it’s the final installment in his Bill Hodges’ trilogy.
Now, if you haven’t read this series (Mr. Mercedes and Finders Keepers), that’s fine. It’s your lucky day, because I have an alternative option for you: The Next Victim is not only available in all formats to purchase, but it’s also a stand-alone suspense book, meaning you can enjoy it without having read any of my previous works. Not only is this murder mystery book a page-turner, but critics (my parents and closest friends) have described it as being “the best book of the year.”
And what’s the best way to read a book (either Stephen’s or my own)? While rocking out to some AC/DC or Axl Rose, of course! Crank up the tunes and get comfortable with a good piece of fiction.
And while we’re on the subject . . . Sorry, Axl, but Google isn’t going to remove your “fat pictures.” Take it from me (and Amber Heard), once something hits the Internet — good, bad, or ugly — it’s there to stay!