Unwrapping Fauxpocalypse

Despite the twin obstacles of many public holidays and flooded airports, the proofs for the paperback edition finally arrived from CreateSpace.

And I made a video of myself opening them. So you get a sneak peek at what Fauxpocalypse looks like as a physical book:

And, as several people have already kindly pointed out, at what my hair does when I am not watching it closely.

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About Dave Higgins

Dave Higgins writes speculative fiction, often with a dark edge. Despite forays into the mundane worlds of law and IT, he was unable to escape the liminal zone between mystery and horror. A creature of contradictions, he also co-writes comic sci-fi with Simon Cantan. Born in the least mystically significant part of Wiltshire, England, and raised by a librarian, he started reading shortly after birth and hasn’t stopped since. He lives with his wife, two cats, a plush altar to Lord Cthulhu, and many shelves of books. It’s rumoured he writes out of fear he will otherwise run out of books to read.

4 thoughts on “Unwrapping Fauxpocalypse

    1. teagan geneviene

      What a fun video. I was down right silly when I got the print copy of “Atonement, Tennessee” in my hands. David cracked me up with the comment about his hair. Mine was likely up to even more extravagant shenanigans when I opened my box from Create Space. I thought they did a great job with the printing.

      Congrats to all of you on Fauxpocalypse!

  1. Miss Alexandrina

    Reblogged this on Miss Alexandrina and commented:

    Dave unwraps the print proofs of Fauxpocalypse, heralding the print not-end of the world. It is nigh, bloggers! Keep an ear to the blog-ground! 🙂


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