I haven’t posted anything here for a while and I really should have. Good Intentions released on Audible last week and I didn’t properly promote or advertise it. You can also pick up In the Shadow of Angels on Audible, and, of course, both are also available on Amazon. Don’t want to spend any money? Contact me and maybe I’ll throw you one for free.
That’s the end of my shameless promotion. That is, in a nutshell, my problem with this whole writing thing. I enjoy writing, but I’ve found that I loathe the amount of promotion necessary to generate any sales. I don’t know that I’ll ever be able to change that about myself. I’ve never been the type to jump up and yell, “Look at me!” I had always hoped that the first person who read the story would do that for me, but if it was that easy, everyone would be a successful writer.
In a recent email exchange with an online friend (whom I first met when he filled out my contact form. Try it out, I answer them all), my response to one of his questions perfectly captured my current state of mind about the whole writing as a career thing: Continue reading Excerpt from an email with a friend
I have three gift codes available for the Kindle version of In the Shadow of Angels. The Kindle 99¢ promo will be ending very soon, and I plan to turn my attention back to Mister Bearsley after the current Goodreads promo is over, so this will be your last chance to grab it for free for a while.
Just click this through this link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/digital/fiona/redeem-gift and copy/paste one of the gift codes below into the box to claim yours. The codes will only work once. If you grab one that works, please leave the others for someone else.
If you don’t get one of the gift codes, you can still get it for 99¢ on Kindle for a very limited time.
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. 🙂