I’ve always loved to browse bookstores, especially those with used books and bargain bins. After I published a couple of print books, however, I kinda hoped I wouldn’t find one in the $1 bin. Although, I’ve seen Stephen King, Lewis Grizzard and Mark Twain all wind up in the $1 bin, so I guess I’d at least be in decent company,

Now, it’s happened. I’ve wound up in the bargain bin. Now, I’m no Mark Twain at a whole dollar. Mine are available for just 99 cents — and it’s an online bargain bin, at Amazon. Both “The Best of Chris Johnson” and my first novel “Oya’s Wake” (under the pen name Bo Hunter) are available for download on Kindle devices and apps.

I actually called “Oya’s Wake” my “practice novel” as I wrote it in 2000 while I was laid up at home with a broken femur, hip and pelvis after a car wreck in Columbus that should have killed me — a 16-year-old was playing with his radio and didn’t notice a red light before t-boning my car. He never hit the brakes. Continue reading