Pretty Much True… is now available. It can be ordered from your local bookstore, or you can find it online at most online bookstores, including Amazon (where it’s also available on Kindle).

I couldn’t be more excited, and more honored, to be published by Missouri Breaks Press. Pretty Much True… has had a few years of publishing struggles, with more than a couple “almosts” after beginning as a self-published title called “Homefront,” and to finally land with Craig Lancaster’s indie press, to have someone of his judgment and experience want to publish this book I’ve believed in and continue to believe in, means more to me than I can say. I will be forever grateful.

Interview: Introducing Pretty Much True… at A Mind Adrift in the West

Favorite question: “If Pretty Much True… were a movie, what cable channel would it play on?

Interview: Great questions from Timothy Gager at Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Favorite question: “Did you get propositioned by men?”

Interview: Pretty Much True, style, and German beer at CarolineLeavittville

Favorite question: “Did you ever find yourself wanting to sugar-coat anything?”

Interview: How many cats does one novel need? at Aurora Boardealis

Favorite question: “Why does the neighbor have cats, too? How many cats does one novel need?”


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  1. Kris,

    Love the new book trailer for PRETTY MUCH TRUE. Just ordered the paperback edition. I’m honored to have read an ARC of your novel, and I’m looking forward to having the physical book grace the shelves of my home office.



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About Kris Tsetsi

Kristen J. Tsetsi is the author of the novels "Pretty Much True..." and "The Year of Dan Palace" and the short fiction collection "20 Short Stories," all published under the name Chris Jane. Website:


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