Gregory Borse is an Associate Professor of English and Philosophy at a small university in a large university system in the Midwest. He has previously published an anthology on World Literature (Other Canons: A Selection of Non-Western Literary Masterpieces, FountainHead, 2012) as well as a chapter on Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Stephen Frear's "The Grifters." He has presented on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, William Faulkner, as well as the Oral and the Literate in the Age of the Internet. He is married and resides with his wife and some of his children (those who have yet to reach escape velocity) and a very smart heterochromiatic Border Collie, appropriately named Bowie. The Incorruptibles is his first novel.
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I was saddened to send you the latest update because it meant informing you that the original release date for "The Incorruptibles" had to be postponed.
I am happy, however, to deliver this news: I have struck a new deal with a publisher that is a much better fit than the one with whom I originally contracted. Regarding the first deal, it was mutually decided that "The Incorruptibles" was just not a good fit. I am completely satisfied that that publisher has allowed me out of our contract.
This has meant that I have been able to forge a new relationship and contract with A&M Publishing--the original publisher of "The Meg," the novel that became quite recently the biggest shark-movie in history (eclipsing that granddaddy of all shark-movies, "Jaws") (!).
I am happy to announce that A&M Publishing will be releasing "The Incorruptibles," and I am very excited that my new partner will make "The Incorruptibles" the success it deserves to be.
We still have some work to do, but I wanted to let you know that it's "all steam ahead" and I will have news about a new release date very soon.
Thank you for your continued patience and support. I truly appreciate it and I know that this novel will turn out to have been worth the wait. It's that good and A&M Publishing will give it the graphics, cover, marketing, and release in the right market that it deserves!
I know you have been waiting for a novel like this. So have I--that's why I wrote it and am busy with its sequels, "The Resurrectionists," and "The Apocalyptists." Thank you. I hope that they will not disappoint. Check that. They won't. Think a Dan Brown/Umberto Eco mash-up with Michael Crichton, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and G.K. Chesterton. Only better! (ha!)
Yours in gratitude,
Gregory Borse, author, "The Incorruptibles"