We are only days away from the fabulous publication of the second book in my (un)humorous series Woes & Hose (geddit, geddit?). The book aptly-titled The Glorious Adventures of Glamorous Prince Dietrich is undergoing final treatment ere it goes live. For the time being, we have a mighty cover to consider, to wit:
The second book in the Woes & Hose series is coming along nicely. There’s a cover! A glorious cover for The Glorious Adventures of Glamorous Prince Dietrich. As always, designed by legendary Anton Kokarev. I asked him for an appropriate sequel to the first book, plus an even more punchable face for our anti-hero protagonist. To wit, the results.
Ladies, gentlemen, swoon not. For what I’m about to tell you will make you … swoon. I am starting the publication process of the second book in the most wittily and elegantly named fantasy series of all times, Woes & Hose. Our beloved anti-hero is coming back in The Glorious Adventures of Glamorous Prince Dietrich!
Yes! The Kindle Giveaway Program has finally gone live on Goodreads! I have been waiting for this for 18 months! But never mind that. To business. I am giving away 100 Kindle copies of The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich. The event starts on January 24 and runs through February 14. Innit to winnit, right?
Like Free Willy, only instead of whales (or orcas), you get a cowardly prince. And Dietrich will be escaping his cage from May 2 till May 17, on Goodreads. Two signed copies in this fine giveaway, so if you have not yet laid your plebeian hands on this royal novel, you might as well do that now. All it takes is one naughty click.
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.