top of page
  • Brian Peterson

Paper Doll—Things Are Happening

For those of you who have already purchased Paper Doll, thank you! I have heard from numerous people who have read it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Besides online, I have sold a bunch of copies at comicons in Kansas City and Wichita, with a con in Indianapolis coming up.


The last month has been particularly busy. I’m working with two Air Force museums to have copies of Paper Doll sold at their bookstores (not a done deal yet); met with a film producer to whom I’m optioning the Paper Doll film rights; hired a voice actor to produce the audiobook version of Paper Doll; and have an actor interested in one of my screenplays (which I just finished rewriting).


Whew! I need to breathe after all that. Now, the fact is, I need results. None of the above means anything without results. The Air Force museums have to agree to sell the book; and the actor has to want to move forward with my screenplay—optioning of the film rights to the producer and the audiobook are happening.


I have also conducted two interviews. The first interview was with my childhood friend Kimberly, who has been a radio personality for many years. She has hosted her own podcast for the past year and it is viewable here:



(Note that it’s a political show, so the hosts turned to politics a few times.)

The second interview was also on a political show, but it was focused less on politics and more of a discussion about how we use language—correctly and incorrectly—to score political points in our society.


So, things are happening. I’m moving in the right direction. I have a LONG way to go to get where I need to be as an author and writer, but it’s nice to see some doors opening. Now I just need to continue to sell novels, so tell your friends about Paper Doll, think Christmas gifts, and pick up a copy for yourself while you’re at it.


Paper Doll is now on sale at Barnes and Noble’s website, both as a paperback and eBook.


Take care.

Brian W. Peterson

Somewhere on the edge of the Great Plains

Recent Posts

See All

The Lost Starship—a Star Trek fan film

This is different compared to what you usually receive from authors. Click on the link below to watch a 22-minute film short I wrote and produced. Not a Star Trek fan? No worries. Yes, it’s Star Trek

The Nova Quadrant, now on Audio

Great news! The Nova Quadrant is now available on audio. Click here for Audible, Amazon, or iTunes. Dystopian mayhem for the whole family and now you can listen to the story as you drive or work out.

The Nova Quadrant – Book 1 of a Sci-Fi Series

It’s here! My first sci-fi since my debut novel is now available. The Nova Quadrant can be found wherever new books are sold online… well, I’m getting there. It is at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.com (

Comments


Subscribe for Brian's Blog

Thanks for subscribing!

bottom of page