For those of you who have been eagerly waiting to find out what happened at the shitty gas station at the edge of town after that whole invasion of the body snatchers thing, I've got some good news, and some bad news.
The bad news is what most of you probably already know. Printing presses all over the world are taking some much needed time off, and I for one don't want to contribute to any employees putting themselves or their families at unnecessary risk to crank out a bunch of paperbacks and hardbacks.
Furthermore, even with the bookmakers making books, shipping avenues (especially international ones) are close to capacity. All this to say, the book's big release has been delayed pretty much indefinitely.
I'd originally hoped to have the third volume in circulation by now. I know a lot of you were hoping for another chance to get signed copies. I still fully intend to do that. Sadly, I cannot say exactly when the world will return to normal. But I can say that as soon as things are looking better, we'll get the show back on track.
Now for the good news: The audiobook is currently in production. Mr. Creepypasta has survived that random wraith attack and graciously agreed to return as the voice of Jack in the Audible version of Volume Three. (Again, not sure on the release date. Audiobooks require a bit more time and effort than MCP's regular recording.)
Now for even more good news.
After careful consideration, I've decided to do an early release of the ebook for Tales from the Gas Station: Volume Three.
It will be available on all other major e-book platforms within the next few days.
In consideration for those of you who prefer physical copies, I will refrain from discussing spoilers, except for this: The third book is--by far--the craziest thing I've ever written or even read.
I love you all.