Those of you who’ve read the Million Words of Crap post will know that I’ve embarked upon creating a list of self-published titles this year. The idea is to release either a collection of short stories or a novel every month until June 2016.
It’s a punishing schedule, which has meant that blogging time and Facebook time have just about dissolved to zero. But I hope that this will help in making me a better writer, not to mention that there will be more books out for you to read.
The first of these self-published books came out last month. It is called Jump, Didi!
This is the second on the list. It is called The Narrow Road to Palem. These are a bunch of dark tales set in the same village in which the events of the novel, The Puppeteers of Palem, take place. If you enjoyed that book, you will most likely enjoy this one too.
A reading sample and other information about the book are available on its Amazon page. Here’s the link.
Please note that this is a Kindle-only release, which means that you will need at least a free Kindle app on your phone/device to be able to read this. If you’re a physical book lover like me and you’ve been resisting the use of Kindle books, take it from me – a fellow book lover – that it is very convenient. I tried it for the first time a couple of months ago, and I find that I now do almost half my reading on the app.
I’m not saying this just to get you to buy my book. Honest!
A giveaway for early birds
What’s a book launch without a good giveaway, right? If you purchase the book before Wednesday, 8th July, 2015, you will get one of my back list titles absolutely free.
Here’s how it will work:
- You purchase the book.
- You email me – firstname.lastname@example.org – evidence of purchase. This can be a screenshot, a forward of the Amazon order, or anything else that qualifies as proof.
- In your email, you will tell me which of my previous books you’d like to read, for free. All my books are listed on the sidebar. Just take your pick.
- I will email you back the PDF version of your choice of book ASAP. As simple as that.
Note that every person who purchases the book before Wednesday, 8th July will be eligible for a free book. No lucky dips. No uncertainties.
First, I do hope that you enjoy the book. I really do.
Second, if you like the look of this book, maybe, just maybe, some of your reader friends will too. You can share this post with a click of one of the buttons below. Go on, do it before I ask you to.