Galley Received For “Bones Buried in the Dirt”

I know this isn’t exactly an earth-shattering news item here, but I just wanted to share that I just received my galley of Bones Buried in the Dirt from my publisher. Being my first book, I’ve obviously never gotten a galley before. This is new to me and I’m ecstatic. Take a look:

Keep in mind, I edited this photo a tiny bit. There was some placeholder text under the cover image which is going to be replaced with something else, so I just covered it up quick in Paint. Still, this gives a good idea what it looks like at this point.

I can’t get over how gorgeous it looks. I might be biased, but doesn’t it look great? I really have to thank all the people over at River Otter Press for all their hard work on this. Bones Buried in the Dirt looks really beautiful and it is all thanks to them.

Anyway, it isn’t like news about me getting my galley is going to change all your lives or anything…but I’m gushing over here and I wanted to share.

About David S. Atkinson

David S. Atkinson enjoys typing about himself in the third person, although he does not generally enjoy speaking in such a fashion. However, he is concerned about the Kierkegaard quote "Once you label me you negate me." He worries that if he attempts to define himself he will, in fact, nullify his existence...
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4 Responses to Galley Received For “Bones Buried in the Dirt”

  1. Chris Blocker says:

    That’s awesome. I’m sure nearly every writer has a similar response the first time they see the work they spent years on in book form. I look forward to reading Bones Buried in the Dirt.

  2. Yay Dave!!! So exciting! I want to see the galley! I’ll read it and then later you can give me the actual autographed real book. kthx 😀

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