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A Larger Than Life Medium

It absolutely warms my heart when readers think of Vic as a real person, since he's very real for me. And I know a lot of readers miss him, and have been eager to hear about what's going on with PsyCop since it's been some time since the last full-length release.

I had a lot of cogitating to do and I've been reconsidering whether the series actually has to end with the next novel, as I'd planned. What I decided was that I'd been basing my exit strategy more on my own anxiety over my process than on the story-driven need to draw things to a close. So I'm embarking on a PsyCop planning phase at the moment, and intend to complete the next full-length novel this year, with the probability of extending the story arc beyond that. I also plan to continue producing the rest of PsyCop in audio but I have a few details to iron out before I check on Gomez and see when he can schedule me in for Spook Squad.

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy reading the all-new short, Wood, as much as I enjoyed writing it! Wood will drop on Vic's birthday, February 23, and it's available for preorder now.

Wood: PsyCop 3.2

Victor Bayne might not be handy when it comes to carpentry, but if there’s one tool he does know how to wield, it’s the tiny metal doohickey that comes with ready-to-assemble furniture from SaverPlus.

Memento: PsyCop 6.2
Nowadays, Vic does his ghosthunting in off-the-rack blazers, polyester blend slacks and cop shoes with nonskid soles. But back before he was a PsyCop—or even officially psychic—he rocked combat boots and a beat up biker jacket…and lots and lots of punk T-shirts. (Ebook and audio available!)
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Everyone's Afraid of Clowns
Vic can spot ghosts any day of the year, but Halloween holds some special surprises. Jacob coaxes him to revisit an old spirit sighting, but first they endure a cheesy “haunted house” that's surprisingly disturbing.
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Backlist Spotlight - Channeling Morpheus


This month I’m spotlighting my Channeling Morpheus series. It’s twisted, it’s gritty, and it’s unabashedly explicit. Definitely not for the faint of heart!

PNR author Jesi Lea Ryan is a big fan, and she agreed to float a few questions past the series protagonists, Michael and Wild Bill.

Jesi: Hi, Wild Bill. First I just want to say what a huge fan I am of yours. I know that probably makes you uncomfortable to think you have fans and all, but it’s true.

Wild Bill: Yeah, it’s just like Hollywood, ain’t it? All them doe-eyed, polished and coiffed so-and-sos who always deliver the perfect line at the perfect time. But meet ’em in person and you find out all their glamor is nothing but an elaborate veneer. Beneath the stylist and the makeup and the director feeding ’em their lines, there's feet of clay. And they stink just as bad as everyone else’s. 

Jesi: What I want to know is how the age difference between you and Michael has affected your relationship. I mean, you are from completely different generations. Do you find yourself ever asking him to turn his music down or to get off your lawn?

Michael: The neighbors complain about the music. That’s on Bill, not me.

Wild Bill: What can I say? No amount of life experience can dull my rampant immaturity.

Jesi: You don't talk a lot about your human life. When you were 20 years old, how did you envision your future? I know you were just a young punk, but did you ever assume you'd end up with a career and a family at some point? How has your turning derailed your life course?

Wild Bill: Believe it or not, when I was twenty, I thought I had it all figured out. Back then—when you weren’t walking to school barefoot in the snow uphill both ways—it was expected that when you got a job, you stayed in said job. Not like today, when people jump around every few years. It was all Reaganomics and trickle down theory, and when you signed on the dotted line, you expected to stay in one job till you were too used up to do anything else. 

Michael: I still can’t imagine you punching a time clock.

Wild Bill: Mikey’s a lot better than me at being gainfully employed.

Jesi: Michael, can you give us an update on the relationship with your family? Have you all come any closer to mending fences?

Michael: Funny, back when I lived at home, when it was me and Scary Mary, I used to think my family didn’t get me. Now…well, I guess it’s safer for everyone if they just think I’m a lazy drifter.

Wild Bill: They text him.

Michael: My father has a thing for obscure emojis. I think it’s easier to send a smiley face than it is to say something meaningful.

Wild Bill: Your dad’s human, kiddo. Just like everyone else. Present company not included….

Channeling Morpheus afficianados: don't miss the latest flash fic, Puzzle, at
A new online puzzle at Jigsaw Planet!
A post on the Channeling Morpheus artwork at The Novel Approach
And a post on Michael and Wild Bill's happily ever after at Rainbow Gold Reviews

Channeling Morpheus Series

Channeling Morpheus Ebook Novelettes


Channeling Morpheus Box Sets

Channeling Morpheus for Scary Mary featuring novelettes 1-5
A Bitter Taste of Sweet Oblivion featuring novelettes 6-10

Channeling Morpheus Shorts

Heaven Sent - takes place after Manikin
Jackpot - takes place after Elixir
Canine - takes place after Elixir

Channeling Morpheus Paperbacks

Channeling Morpheus for Scary Mary featuring novelettes 1-5

A Bitter Taste of Sweet Oblivion featuring novelettes 6-10

Channeling Morpheus for Scary Mary Audiobook

Novelettes 1-5 (7hrs 44min) Read by Gomez Pugh
 iTunes - Audible - Amazon

One final thought: if you enjoyed this series, if you read it more than once, please consider using one of the above links to leave a review. Even a sentence or two about how the story made you feel is absolutely fantastic. I'm a one-person business and the support of my readers makes a world of difference to me.

Copyright © 2016 Jordan Castillo Price, All rights reserved.

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