Dear readers, it’s been a while since I posted an article here. The astute among thee may wonder why so, and also remember my book plan for 2022, which, so far, does not seem to be progressing according to plan [sic]. Well, my big intention was to bundle The Golden Horde weekly serial into a proper paperback volume and (re)-release it on Amazon. But then 2022 happened. War. And what do you do when your book theme is WWIII and it involves a bunch of countries across Europe and Asia? Well, you don’t … publish it, for starters.
Hello there, readers. It’s been a while since I posted an update here. But the lack of visible blog news activity doth not indicate a lack of invisible writing activity (not using the invisible ink, that is). I thought you might want to hear what sort of prose I have for you in the store. After publishing 20 books in 10 years, a nice round number and an awesome milestone altogether, I have no intention of slowing down, and so, let me tell you what you should expect from me in the coming months.
Now that my most fabulously named gunpowder-and-humor trilogy Woes & Hose is complete, it is, it is, a time of moderate gift bestowement is upon us. With the holidays round the corner and such, I thought it would be prudent to temporarily offer the first book in the trilogy, The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich, for free. How free, and when free?
Dear readers, it is with great relish that I’m writing today’s post. There’s a new book out there, and ’tis fantastic! I have published the third and the last volume in my gunpowder-and-humor-drenched trilogy, Woes & Hose. To wit, The Daring Adventures of Amorous Prince Dietrich brings to conclusion the merry and wicked escapades of our beloved and deeply misunderstood anti-hero, the dashing, the glamorous and the amorous Prince Dietrich. As it happens, this book is also my twentieth publication, in the span of just ten short years.
Several weeks ago, I shared with you the cover preview for the third and final installment in the awesome Woes & Hose trilogy. Now, I want to show you the splendid new art that will adorn the cover of the third (and last) novella in my dystopian, zombie-themed series, Humanz. This is also a good opportunity to unveil the name of the last book. Death.
The official publication of the last installment in the Woes & Hose trilogy is still a couple of months away. However, that does not mean you cannot enjoy a sneak preview of what is to come. The cover image, to be more specific. Designed, once again, by legendary Anton Kokarev.
Folkses. Readers. I have a fun bundle for you. In my posession there be 100 codes for Audible nooks, 50 each for Decay and Darkness, respectively, and then 25 each for the US and the UK Audible marketplaces. And since I already know what’s happening in the books, on account of me having written them, duh, I don’t need these codes, and I want to give them away!
Following up my last week announcement on the availability of Decay as an audio book, I’d like to tell you that Darkness, the second book in my dystopian, first-person, zombie-themed novella series Humanz, has now also gone live on Amazon, Audible and iTunes. If you’re more of a listening than reading type of person, this may be just the thing you’re looking for.
Here we go. Over the years, some of you expressed interest in seeing my printed works turned into audio books. As it turns out, some people don’t like paperback (or ebooks for that matter), while others are just too busy to sit down and read. Well, I’m happy to announce that an audio version of Decay, the first volume in the Humanz trilogy is now available on Audible, Amazon and iTunes!