Ladies, gentlemen and shapeshifting teen werewolves, The Betrayed, the first book in The Lost Words series, will be available for zero-cost e-book grabs between April 10 and April 14, included. The clock beginneth at the stroke of midnight, Pacific Time. So if you don’t own a Kindle copy just yet, this is your chance.
When bored housewives needed poltergeists purged from their homes, or garden spirits banished, they normally contacted the local city ghostbusting agency, ran by the Cleary sisters. When people required serious exorcising, they contacted A & A, Inc.
After a few questions from my non-existent friends, I decided to answer a few questions on how the reasoning and the theme for my upcoming zombie book came to be. After all, we had The Lost Words, with multiple story lines, lots of magic, lots of grimness. Then we had Prince Dietrich, who is charming and chivalrous. Not. But definitely funny. Maybe. Now, we have zombies, and one of them will be telling us its story. I, I, I, me, me, me.
Ladies and gentlemen, embrace the inner living cadaver in you. Year 2017 has started, and that means I am going to publish a new work. It’s not going to be a sequel to The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich just yet, because Dick is a character than needs to be sampled in small doses. it’s going to be a brand new book. Zombies. First person. From a zombie’s perspective.
2017 has only just begun, and yet, I am showering you with good things. Today, we are going old school. Remember The Betrayed? The first book in The Lost Words series? Well, I am giving away two signed copies through a Goodreads giveaway, which runs till Jan 17th.
Rejoice! ‘Tis the holiday season, and I am feeling ultra-uber-benevolent. Over the next two weeks, no less than five different titles of my fantasy repertoire will be free for grabs on Amazon Kindle. Anywhere between 2-3 days, each book will star with zero cost, up for grabs. You should, plus review the books, because you never know when a new contest will come up, and that means gadgets and prizes.
They say any publicity is good publicity. Especially if that publicity comes from an old, established and well-respected authority like Publishers Weekly, via BookLife, a child website of this trade, dedicated to indie authors. Well, they had a stab at Prince Dietrich, and the review confirms it. I write grimdark.
I have some more goatsome news. Nya of Nya Reads, has agreed to publish a guest post featuring my own words. This fine piece of lunacy prose is titled Love Thy Goats, and it goes into vivid detail of my (and Dietrich’s) fascination with cuddly grass-eating quadrupeds. As we have just recently had the launch of You Are Here, an SFFWorld.com anthology, and its teaser story titled A Tale of Guns and Goats and Velvet Coats, what better way is there to continue the theme than with another goat story?
Ladies and gentlemen! Grass eaters! Horned friends! The freshly launched anthology – You Are Here – Tales of Cartographic Wonders has a teaser story. It has just been published on SFFWorld.com, and what makes it quite interesting is – ’tis a story of mine. Now, hold your breath, here comes the title: A Tale of Guns and Goats and Velvet Coats. Say no more.
Kind of confusing, do you geddit. Do you? Anyhow, the latest SFFWorld.com anthology, You Are Here – Tales of Carthographic Wonders has been officially released, and you can merrily find it on Amazon. This one features 18 stories, one of which is mine – called Forward, as I’ve already hinted in my article from just a few days ago. So please, help yourselves, and I truly hope you enjoy it. P.S. And a teaser story for this anthology is out there, too! Title? A Tale of Guns and Goats and Velvet Coats. Yes, go read it. For free. More details coming soon.