Wednesday, August 21, 2013


"The feel is like Chuck Pahlaniuck, but good."

The feel [of So Say the Waiters] is like Chuck Pahlaniuck, but good. It's fast paced, focused on characters, and gives you twists and turns you can't possibly predict.

Bryan L. Young
author of Lost at the Con, regular contributor for the Huffington Post

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Monday, August 12, 2013

Ellen Cherry, sign/songwriter on So Say the Waiters

"As a bibliophile, I'll admit I was hesitant to read a book on a computer screen, but Sirois' "So Say the Waiters" was a great introduction to using the medium and a fast paced read, to boot. His characters and locations were comfortingly familiar to me as an artist working and living in Baltimore City, and also a reminder that there are so many scenes and stories in my own town that are still hidden.  Henry and Dani are kindred spirits, both navigating the hyper-connected, private-is-public world of our modern living in search of way to help others, and themselves, let go and just hit that "submit" button."

Ellen Cherry, singer/songwriter

Friday, August 9, 2013


"So Say the Waiters is dope. It renders the Baltimore scene lovingly, from the ground, while tapping into that contemporary human need to escape through the shifting space where technology and dreams collide. A cyberpunk novel for a corporatized generation."

Matthew Porterfield,
director of Putty Hill, I Used to be Darker, and Hamilton

So Say the Waiters book 2 (eBook) is now available of Kindle

Friday, August 2, 2013

Nolen Strals of Post Typography and Double Dagger on So Say the Waiters

The Waiters' catalyst perfectly captures the disconnected, escapist cultural mood of the current era. Baltimore , its setting, embodies so much of what is great and terrible about America right now. The characters pull you with them, hurtling through a landscape that changes under your feet with every step. 

This story feels like this exact moment in America.

Nolen Strals, Post Typography, Double Dagger, Pure Junk