Remember, O my beloveds, the gash of late June? The vicious bite of the very implement of destruction you see herewith? Now hear this: Cabineers dinnae hide in their house forever after nigh cutting off their fool leg! Nae, we don our chaps, we cry havoc and we let slip the saws of war. Why, we don't even comb our hairs, for we're lumberjacks and we're OK. Beware, trees, privet, and sundry plant life. Beware.

Updated: Nov 10, 2018

The audio version of The Book of Cain has slipped its scheduled release a little, but we're working on it and plan to have it out mid-November. The voice talent we hired had to go back to his main job (panhandling in Mobile) and was too drunk to work when he did get back, but it's cool now. We paid him the two pounds of chitlins back wages he was demanding and he's back at the microphone. Sorry for the delay. In the meantime, here's a couple of pics to tide you over. And don't forget the BOOK.

Mailed a copy of The Book of Cain to the Southern Literary Review, a representative of which told me they'd be happy to review the book. Hoping to hear something within a month.

We also sent press releases to, The Birmingham News, Birmingham Magazine, the Huntsville Times, Mobile Press Register, Red Clay Media, Deep South Magazine, and Garden and Gun Magazine, hoping to generate some media interest in Little White Cabin and The Book of Cain. We'll let you know how that goes.

Meanwhile, if you have any ideas of how we can spread the word and make The Book of Cain a hit, let us know. Thanks to everybody who supports this.

And don't forget, if you haven't already, BUY THE BOOK.