Death Dresses Poorly
by Marc Watson
Coming December 2017
Ethan is a directionless twenty-something who has finally cast off the heartbreaking responsibilities of his broken boyhood home, but not without irreversible scars and sarcasm. After surviving a tragic accident, he begins to suspect he may actually have something to live for. Is it a hidden purpose? His new beginning? Finding a decent cup of coffee?
The answer is unclear, until one morning a familiar stranger appears. The poorly dressed man at Ethan’s door seems to have all the answers. But with those answers, comes a grave proposition.
Death Dresses Poorly is witty and realistically sarcastic; full of self-redemption and the dark, cosmic inner-workings of life and death. Comically sharp yet lighthearted, Death Dresses Poorly is the bittersweet tale of a young man’s journey through the discarded baggage of his childhood.
"Oh my god, this dialogue is fucking beautiful. I can honestly say that this is my new favorite book now...
This was the first book in a long time to properly satisfy whatever excuse for a soul I have."
"Death Dresses Poorly is Mitch Albom on steroids.
In a fascinating hybrid of compelling styles, Marc Watson gives us a fresh, unique take on what awaits a peak beyond the veil..."
Marc Watson is an author of genre fiction of all lengths and styles. He began writing at the age of 15 and continues to be a part-time writing student at Athabasca University. He has been published on flash fiction site www.101words.org (find his stories here) as well as comedy site www.thecorrectness.com.
Marc lives in Calgary, Alberta. He is a husband and proud father of two. He is an avid outdoors-man, martial artist, baseball player, and lover of all Mexican foods.