…pation is a killer right now.
I realise that it’s been a couple of weeks since I last checked in with you all. I’m terribly sorry for that, but I’ve also been terribly busy. And I still am, most unfortunately.
But let me explain…
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As we move through this week, I’m pleased to say that the wordcount for Calling The Wolf is up at a rather stellar 40k words. But my blood pressure is also up; an unfortunate fact.
I’m at the doctors again next week, though, so I’m hoping that he might be able to help me sort out my blood pressure medication. The whole idea is to stop me from getting migraines. Despite that, I very nearly had one last night with the usual horrendous symptoms.
Continue reading “Words, Pressures, & Date Night Musings”
I’ve been fiddling around with different ways to grab attention on social media for my books, lately, and, although it started off really nicely, it seems to have dwindled a little since then. I suppose it’s no guarantee, though.
On the upside, it does mean that we’ve trumped my previous best sales year by quite a bit! Which is a good thing, unlike some other kinds of Trump that are blowing about these days…
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Lightning & Power has been released! Although, I’m sure you’re all aware of that by now. It’s not too pricey at $2.99 and £2.49 respectively for the ebook version. In fact, for a 60k novel, I think that’s fairly cheap!
Lightning & Power is available to buy from the major retailers, such as Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Smashwords, Apple iBooks, Kobo, and plenty more.
It’s also finally sorted on Createspace, too. That means you can grab a paperback copy of Lightning & Power to add to your bookshelves. Of course, the paperback is a little bit more expensive than the ebook at £5.99 and $8.99.
If you’re thinking about trying it, but haven’t quite yet… Then perhaps a couple of free excerpts might encourage you. If so, try here for the first chapter…
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