Merry Christmas! Hard to believe that we're finally here, standing atop the hump of the Christmas holidays rounding the bend of the end of one year and the beginning of another. Full moon on the Solstice, lunar eclipse -- the biggest lunar eclipse since 1376 (!!!) -- and in this case, bigger IS better -- hail, lightning, rain, snow, unprecedented weather conditions, unprecedented political conditions, unprecedented economic dips and dives and flickering spikes, unprecedented this and that, and yet, today Christmas, the sky an array of stripes of sunshine and rain clouds, warm and cold like a hot fudge sunday. As far as the dog is concerned, it's just another boring day by the fire, waiting for a the magic word "walk" to be uttered from someone's lips followed by the word "dinner."
In the mayhem of it all, Lust for Justice celebrates its life of one month and 5 days of being out in the world. I'm already planning the 2nd printing in anticipation of a good distributor who will place it in bookstores everywhere. To date, Amazon and Kindle are it's big name purchase centers, along with Modern Times Bookstore, and Green Arcade Bookstore in San Francisco, The Depot Bookstore/Cafe in Mill Valley, and Bookshop Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz. Also, Kaleidoscope in Bolinas CA.
I have a great PR person, Sally Douglas Arce, who is doing a bang up job of getting the word about this book out there. Lots of media interviews: The San Francisco Chronicle, The Bay Guardian, The Marin Independent Journal, KCBS, KQED, KPFA. You can check them out Online.