At last, it can be told. Again.

Twenty-some-odd years ago, I wrote a book. A little super-hero adventure called Fantasti-kid.

I was in high school at the time.

Senior year, my class was the first in the school’s history to have to do a big project, called the Senior Venture, in order to graduate. So I took that novel, where heretofore had existed as a set of EasyWorking 8-in-1 word publisher files sitting on a floppy disk, and turned them into a self-published paperback.

I gave a few away, sold several others. One copy’s sitting on my bookshelf. The rest would be gathering dust but the box they’re in is all closed up.

Fantasti-kid

(As an aside, my Senior Venture project was one of a few chosen to be featured in an article for the school paper–in which the price I was charging was misquoted to such an extent that I would have lost money on every copy sold had I sold them at that price. Nobody actually held me to that, though. Also, it’s amazing the things that come to mind so unexpectedly.)

Anyway, I have gone back, edited the errors and tightened everything up, and made it available as an ebook at both Barnes and Noble and Amazon.

Two dollars and ninety-nine cents is less than the price of a single issue of most modern superhero comics, which will get you an infinitesimally small portion of the latest world-changing crossover event. Or it can get you a full super-hero story complete with beginning, middle, and end.

Also? Contains explicit Christian content.