Monday, November 21, 2016

99 Cent Deal For All My Books on E-reader & Some Other Tidbits

I have a new book out if you haven't heard: Centaurs & Magic. It's a horror, dark/fantasy novel that takes place in an Atriel pre-Lucille era to provide some insight into the awful character of Evan (a villain that is part of Blood & Magic). This third book of mine is a prequel and comes before all the other books in the series because my friend asked me for some insight into Atriel's past (which ironically comes more to light in Corvids & Magic which is set directly after Dragons & Magic), but I digress.

If you would like to purchase Centaurs & Magic you can do so by going to the following link: Centaurs & Magic.

Also, just so you're aware my publisher is having a sale for all the e-readers which means you can get the whole set of my books for $3 on your kindle. So head on over to Amazon and you can snatch up: Blood & Magic, Dragons & Magic, and Centaurs & Magic. If you're like me and prefer the paperback copies you can also purchase those if you have not already. For some reason the paperback version isn't showing up on Amazon for me for Centaurs & Magic so you may have to go to Createspace to get a copy there like I did.

Also, I am pleading for reviews. I hear sometimes that someone has enjoyed my books, and that makes me happy, but my publisher doesn't have that information unless people post reviews. I'm sorry if I sound like a broken record but if you enjoyed my books PLEASE, PLEASE leave a review. It is so important. I think you need 20+ reviews on Amazon before your book becomes recommended to people so please help me out, if you could!

I've only gotten one review on Centaurs & Magic and it's a little disheartening as it's a 2 star review. I'm hoping that people enjoy it or will continue to buy it to form their own opinion and aren't scared off by this one, at all. Just to be clear racism and sexism are not key "themes" as this person noted they were. The reason that sexism and racism run so rampant in this story is because it's told from Evan's perspective and he's a villain. I just wanted to clarify that. It's listed as a horror/dark fantasy so I'm not quite sure what this person was expecting, but clearly it wasn't their cup of tea. Trying not to let it get me down, but it really is; so if you could leave me a review that you enjoyed something I wrote it would make my day! Thank you so much, friends. :)