“At the beginning of the year I wrote a non-fiction book that should be out in 2013 while, at the same time, writing my first hard-boiled detective novel,” said the author from his Chicago offices. “Then I edited and self-published a true crime book that was about the first terrorist attack against a commercial airliner in June and July. I have now finished edits on the detective novel and plan to publish that in August. Finally, my long awaited and controversial horror novel Vicious should be out by Halloween.”
Mr. Alaspa is the author of nearly 20 books of both fiction and non-fiction. He is also a pioneer in the world of digital publishing, having published some of his novels as ebooks as far back as the late 90s. He has also published works of non-fiction via publishers History Press and Schiffer Publishing. Mr. Alaspa says that he is also thinking about doing something special for fans for Christmas.
“At the same time, I am also rather tired,” laughs the author. “So, we’ll just have to see how much energy I have left as the year comes to a close. I would like to have something special for fans, but I am not sure, at this point, what that will be or if I’ll have time. I am also getting married this year, just to top off the year.”
For more information about what Mr. Alaspa will publish and where fans can buy copies of his books and novels, his website is http://www.bryanwalaspa.com.
About Bryan W. Alaspa:
Bryan W. Alaspa is an author from the Chicago area, where he was born and raised. He is the author of numerous works of non-fiction such as: Ghosts of St. Louis: The Lemp Mansion and Other Erie Tales, Chicago Crime Stories: Rich Gone Wrong, Chicago Disasters, Forgotten Tales of Illinois, Silas Jayne: Chicago’s Suburban Gangster, and Sabotage: A Chronicle of the Chesterton Crash. He is the author of the fiction works: Ballad of the Blue Denim Gang, Dust, RIG, Gone, MYTHOS: A Thriller, Sin-Eater: Part One, Sin-Eater Part Two – Destiny, The Dead Phone, Stories and Flashpoint: A Collection of Curious Beginnings and Endings. He has also compiled a compilation of his humor and opinion articles entitled Why Hockey Sucks!