Hear, hear. On Friday through Saturday, November 7-8, Pacific Standard Time, starting at midnight, The Forgotten, the third and penultimate volume in my The Lost Words allegedly grimdark series will be free for download on Amazon Kindle! This means, in a few days, you ought to exercise your mouse clicks.
A short post today. Starting this coming Monday, Sep 22 through Oct 6, The Forgotten, the recently published third, penultimate volume in my epic fantasy series, The Lost Words, will be listed as a giveaway on Goodreads. I will be offering three books, signed of course, for free. If you’re into that sort of thing, clicking a few buttons won’t hurt anyone, and you might get a chance to win a copy. That would be all, ladies and gents.
Beware geeks bearing gifts, the popular saying goes. But not when those gifts are fancy electronics gadgets, an expensive one of which you may win should you decide to continue reading this article and follow its instructions. As it happens, I’m running a contest on my main site, Dedoimedo.com. The rules are simple, read my books, write reviews and sign up for a lottery. At the end of it, there’s gonna be a draw, and the winner gets something fancy, like a tablet, a smartphone, a laptop, or a similar. Savvy?
Warning, warning, warning. Spoilers! Like with the first two books, you get two sample chapters of the third and penultimate installment in The Lost Words series, The Forgotten. The book picks up the action right where The Broken ended, so if you have not read that one, please, stop right now, or you might spoil it for yourself. And most importantly, keep the children away. The first chapter, in particular, is very brutal. Now, commence.
I am pleased to showcase the cover art for the upcoming third book in The Lost Words series. This time around, I have commissioned the awesome Anton Kokarev of kanartist.ru, to create the cover for me. As always, it’s a divine motif from the book. Now, I will also be redesigning the art work for the first and the second book in the series, and I will call upon Anton’s talent for those, as well.
There we go, book three is underway! I have contacted my publisher, and now we’re going to start the editing process, with all its subtle and time-consuming little details, including going through all of the manuscript and fixing errors and whatnot, designing the cover and the rest.