Tony is dead.
He killed himself Monday night. Three thousand miles away. Brian Listo is going home.
Five days. Four best friends who don’t forgive him. Three women who can’t stand him. Two parents who don’t trust him. One unforgivable sin he can’t hide from anymore.
I’m just here for the wine.
Invite Kasie to your book club and receive this hand painted After December wine glass as a hostess gift. Or — because Before Pittsburgh begins with a game of power hour — there are also purple butterfly shot glasses for hostesses.
She’ll also attend live in person (if you’re nearby) or via Zoom to answer your questions and talk about the book.
Did someone say vampires?
Current work in progress is a GenX vampire who can time travel. Told in a mixed-chronology Choose-Your-Own-Adventure format, Being Blue will rock the vampire genre.
Being Blue won 3rd place in the Hal Bernard Memorial Prize for Novel category with the Southeastern Writers Association. Read more here.
“Now Gen Xers have their own voice, speaking through Kasie Whitener’s debut novel, After December.” — Steve Gordy
“Change is hard. Endings are hard, too. And sometimes endings are necessary for new beginnings to take place.” — Jayne Bowers