Sunday, October 24, 2010

Here Goes Nuthin

Today my raunchy first novel Dry Hustle was tossed into the world of e-publishing. This blog will follow the progress of my little fish in the big fat pond.

Dry Hustle accompanies two sexy female con artists on the road in bicentennial America as they prey on men and their wallets. The book actually had a successful run as a William Morrow hardcover in 1977 and Berkeley paper in 1978 but it has been out of print a very long time.

I hated the cover of the hardback, so it's been a pleasure to have it re-designed. Back in the day, I posed for the paperback cover at my editor's request. She admired my legs. Whatever else, they were long, and still are. And I got to keep the silver shoes from the photo shoot.

Stay tuned for future posts where I'll talk about the saga behind Dry Hustle and, inevitably, myself.

- Sarah Kernochan

1 comment:

  1. Your legs on the cover! That's great.

    Glad to know they're still long.

    Julie Newmar once mentioned: "I had my legs insured for a million dollars...against theft."