I’m such a tease…

With traffic to the site picking up a bit over the last few days, I thought it might be fun to add a bit more to the page for Through the Eyes of Mister Bearsley. This book is nothing like In the Shadow of Angels, but hopefully those who enjoyed that one will be a fan of a good story regardless of genre.

I have posted a portion of a scene from early in the book on the Through the Eyes of Mister Bearsley page. Give it a read and wonder what the heck is going on. πŸ™‚

Kindle free promotion has ended

The Kindle free promotion lasted for one day and is now over. 64 people downloaded the book for free, hopefully one or two of them will read it through and like it enough to post a review to Amazon. I’m also hopeful that if they hate it they will simply delete it from their device without taking the time to write a scathing review (I’ve seen horror stories about reviews coming from these free promotions).

So, we’re back to $2.49 for the Kindle version. I will probably run another free promotion in a couple of weeks, but for now I am tired of talking about this book every waking moment…

But…

I should have copies of the book here early next week to start signing and sending out. Stay tuned for that!

And away we go

In the Shadow of Angels has officially been published. Publishing date: Friday, March 13th. It is so fitting for me.

It will be several days before the print version is for sale on Amazon, but if you really want a print version before anyone else gets it, you can order it directly through the publisher.

The kindle version is already available through Amazon, which seems odd to me. It is a print on demand book. They should be able to just add a tab right to the page with the Kindle version, but whatever. If you’re interested in the Kindle version, you can pick that up right here.

It is a bittersweet moment for me. On the one hand, I am pleased that it is now available for someone to theoretically purchase. On the other hand, I expect that reviews of it may be too critical for my liking. And while it is nice to think that I can just shrug them off and say, “Well how about I review your book then, asshole?” (here assuming that they have not written a book), it is much more likely that it will simply crush my spirit and I will give up on writing forever. It’s like Dad always said, if at first you don’t succeed, just give up.