Did I mention another tidbit? It's a self-published book, which is hard to tell because somebody did a good job of editing the text. And somebody (the same person?) did a wonderful job copy-editing the text. I couldn't find one typo or glitch in punctuation. Most self-publishers don't put that kind of time and attention into their final product. The self-publishers forget that when readers pay 20 bucks or more for a book, they want their money's worth. Taylor provides it.
The title - Luggage By Kroger - was just weird enough to catch my eye. The more I think about the title, the more I like it. And the cover art was a good idea gone bad. I liked the concept, but the implementation was poor. The colors are washed out, which means I had to stare at the cover for two minutes to figure out what it was supposed to be. Whereas, in a perfect world, the cover should slap me across the face with its high contrast.--(Randall Radic, author of A Priest in Hell and The Sound of Meat)