Ten years after Wichita, with the walls of his reclusion crumbling around him, Quinn Jacob boards a bus. Racked by failures, fears and phobias, he finds himself borne back into the past, where bits of forsaken memory fall like seed on a future garden. But with each seed sown something far more forsaken presses its phantom blade a little harder against the cartilage of his throat, Rocky’s ghostwriting pocketknife . . . the knife that put an end to a road trip, and to a life story that at Quinn’s mounting peril remains untold.
If Quinn Jacob found a home in your mind after reading Taxicab To Wichita, then you’ll want to find out about his early and later years by reading the companion novel, Bus Back To Omaha.
A New Publisher
Aaron left *Booktrope and has signed on with John’s Motorcycle Storage and Rare Book Disposal, an independent publisher based in Long Island New York.
First and Second Editions
First edition Bus Back To Omaha eBooks are offline, but an omnibus containing the second editions of Bus Back To Omaha and Taxicab To Wichita will be released by John’s Motorcycle Storage and Rare Book Disposal in 2018.
First edition, signed by the author paperback copies of Bus Back To Omaha are currently available at Novel Idea: Kingston’s Independent Bookstore, and here(USA) and here(CDN) on amazon.
*Booktrope was a publishing company from Seattle that lived and died by their “publishing meets disruptive innovation” motto. Over the course of six years, their “team publishing” platform brought a thousand books into the world, but eventually they succumbed to an insurmountable financial strain.