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…
Continue reading “Lightning & Power & Everything In Between”
I mentioned last week that we have an extra special treat today in that the awesome Timony Souler is gracing our presence to talk about her latest book. As a close friend and a fellow author, I was particularly excited about introducing you guys to her work, too!
So here we go!
Continue reading “Question Time With Timony Souler”
Writing has been pretty slow progress this past week. Obviously, I’ve had a lot to take in with the new job and, sometimes, that doesn’t leave as much mental space as I’d like to form new words on either Lightning & Power or Calling The Wolf.
However, as I write this, it’s amazing to know that the next book I sell will be my hundredth book sale since I began. I know that doesn’t sound like much, but, so far this year, I’m already only eight book sales away from beating my total books sold last year, which is absolutely amazing!
That’s also only seventeen book sales off my best year (2014) total!
Continue reading “Slow Progress, Daffodils, & Impromptu Nights Off”
The Road So Far… is apparently not one to recovery.
Sad times, huh? I write this whilst suffering a second cold that stole in off the back of a migraine so, as you can imagine, I’m feeling totally great… not. My throat is starting to hurt again, my glands are swollen, and my nose just will not stop blocking up.
Of course, having a stuffy head on top of a two day migraine was exactly what I needed. And thus, two days off were spent either sleeping or feeling sorry for myself. And the day after that was Salem’s birthday.
That’s right, my old boy turned fourteen this past week.
Continue reading “Non-Recovery, Parties, Mentions, & Sleep”