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Daniel Kraus - WHALEFALL

Daniel Kraus - WHALEFALL

Available 8/8 - Hardcover, ebook, audiobook

Signed bookplate Pre-order offer from Simon & Schuster

PERSONALIZED signed pre-order offer from Exile in Bookville (When you order via Exile in Bookville, when you see a ‘notes’ field, type in who you want the book to be signed to)

Get a bunch of Daniel’s books on my curated list at Bookshop

After totally losing all information about what day and time it was supposed to happen, I eventually managed to get my act together, use a website contact form, and reconnect and plan out this episode, in which Daniel Kraus joined me to talk a bit about his upcoming book WHALEFALL.

Having authors on who have huge CVs of impressive titles is always intimidating, and when you fuck up the process of getting together, that intimidation multiplies. However, Daniel was super chill, and very kind, and I had a great hour talking with him about Whales, father/son relationships, and how there’s a whole world underwater that most of us have no knowledge of.

WHALEFALL is an intense, white knuckle adventure - through a whale in a literal sense, and through grief, reconciliation, and forgiveness in a metaphorical sense. It’s fast-paced, entertaining, scary, and will challenge you about what’s really important in life. Of the 20-ish books I’ve read this year, I’d say it’s on top of my “can’t miss” list.

I hope you enjoy the episode, pre-order the book, and make sure to find Daniel on his upcoming book tour!


YouTube version, for you folk who prefer to watch:

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My goal with the ARC Party is to connect readers with books before they release! Much of the success of a new book is connected to pre-orders and early sales numbers, but sometimes people don't hear about a book until long after it's been released.
An episode typically consists of an author giving a quick description of their book, followed by a spoiler free discussion about it. We often talk about themes, characters, settings, etc. But I'm careful to not talk about anything that would ruin the reading experience!