LOSING TOUCH signing event in Woodstock

LOSING TOUCH, coming June 25 from Post Mortem Press.

LOSING TOUCH, coming June 25 from Post Mortem Press.

Come to Read Between the Lynes Bookstore in Woodstock, Illinois on Sunday, June 30th between 11-1, for the McHenry County launch event for LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by NY Times bestselling author Piers Anthony.

Post Mortem Press will be releasing the book on Amazon.com on June 25, with special “street” availability at the World Horror Convention in New Orleans June 13-15, and the Chicago signing event at The Aberdeen Tap between 1-4 on June 23.

Here’s what some of my horror colleagues are saying about LOSING TOUCH:

  • “For anyone ever wishing for a superpower, this book will punch you in the face and ask, ‘Really, you idiot?’ At once frightening, touching, and all-too-human, LOSING TOUCH is a unique gem of a read.”
– Elizabeth Massie, Bram Stoker Award®-winning author of SINEATERDESPER HOLLOW, and HELL GATE
  • “A fun, dark, refreshingly-original science fiction tale that never loses sight of what is most important: character. Among all the highs and lows that come with Morgan’s growing (super?) power, Larsen has a lot to say about the human condition, and the pressure-filled tightrope walk that is adult life with a young family. Don’t let this one slip through your fingers! (Unless you share Morgan’s affliction).”
Justin McConnell, writer & director of THE ETERNAL and THE COLLAPSED
  • LOSING TOUCH is an exciting adventure that travels at a lightning-quick pace through doppelgangers and quantum tunneling. What happens when a normal family man has the ability to thrust his hands through solid objects? Larsen has delivered an original, impressive debut. Don’t miss it.”
  • “It’s been said there are amateur writers and unpublished and unknown pro writers. Larsen’s writing was unknown to me. But after reading LOSING TOUCH I can recommend his work without reservation. He is indeed a solid pro. The novel has an unusual premise, the prose precise, the plot compelling, and the story has satisfying closure. Do yourself a favor, read this interesting novel. Then you, like me, will watch for his byline.”
– Gene O’Neill, Bram Stoker Award®-winning author of TASTE OF TENDERLOIN and DANCE OF THE BLUE LADY AND OTHER STORIES

We are the final phase of editing, and I owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to Felicia A. Sullivan for cleaning up my prose, especially since I sent my edits back to her and lost a bunch of formatting in the process (sorry!). Thank you, too, to Gary McCluskey for the spectacular cover art. (I did not screw up any of his work.)

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