My next book will be coming out this Christmas, and for those of you who loved Time Burrito, I have some good news for you. It is another action-packed comedy. This one is a little different. It’s about an Elf who is one of Santa’s Elite Fixers (a special unit that is a mix of MI6, Navy SEALs, and Yakuza). However, before I can release the book, I need to decide on a cover. If you could take a look at all the potential covers and give me your feedback, I’d appreciate it. You can see them here.
Also the original Atmospheric Pressure has broken top 100 in the Amazon free store! Thank you all for being so supportive of my writing.
Guess what? ORION will be 99 cents from now till Sept 15th (US and UK only).
Thank you again and don’t forget to give me your feedback on my next book cover.
I wanted to give you all a quick update. As many of you know, Kindle Scout is no more. According to Amazon, ORION could still be selected for a publishing deal. If it is selected, you’ll have till May 31st to get the free copy if you nominated. The far more likely option of it not being selected will still result in a free copy. However, in order to make the most of a free promotion, I need to book advertisers. I can only do that with about a month or two before the free period.
So what that means is the book will be on preorder until the ad dates because it’s always better to run those promotions closer to the release date. I have received many comments from folks interested to read the rest of the tale. Thank you all for those. Seriously, they keep me going. You will get to read it, but in order to make sure ORION isn’t buried under the 500 other books released this month alone, I need to be smart about my release. I like to be transparent about what happens behind the scenes so you know why are you waiting, instead of just waiting.
Thank you all for your support,
For those of you who have been following this project for a while, it started off with the title Life 2.0. After much deliberation to preserve the surprise ending, I am going to title it ORION. It’s now ready for the world, and I need your help getting it published with Amazon’s press.
All you need to do is click the book to the right, read the excerpt, and then click the nominate button. For your trouble, you’ll get a free copy of the book when it is released! If you really want to help me out, maybe convince a couple friends to nominate too. I appreciate all the support you all have given me.
I wanted to thank everybody who voted for Time Burrito and let you know that it’s on amazon right now. If you have a Kindle Unlimited account, you can start reading. If you don’t and can spare $3, that would help out a lot. If you can’t spare the $3, I understand that too and will run a free download promotion on Amazon on or around April 19th (stay tuned for more details).
In meantime, if you want to help me out, there are several ways you can do it. The best way is tell friend about the book, or share it on social media. People love cats, so why not give them a cat on a burrito? If you’ve read it, reviews also help a whole bunch. (Note to my friends and family, you cannot leave a review. Amazon will delete those). Here’s how to get it on Amazon:
Hi everyone, I wanted to let you all know that I just did an interview on Real Paranormal Activity. If you haven’t heard, the show is a great podcast that reads listener ghost stories. Check it out on your favorite podcast app (just in time for Halloween). If you want to hear my interview where I talk about writing, life, and even a few ghost stories of my own, you can listen to it here.
And if you haven’t nominated Othello and Zombies yet. Seriously, what are you waiting for? You can nominate here.
My next book Atmospheric Pressure is ready to be shared with the world. And it has some awesome cover art by a buddy of mine named Philip Hughes. Before I unleash it on the world of Amazon, I have a request from all of you. Please nominate the book in Kindle Scout. I need nominations to get a publishing deal, and nominators get a free Kindle edition if I get published. It’s a win for both of us. Click here to nominate.
Here’s a short description of the book:
Olson lives in a city that has been sealed from the outside world. He’s an Eleven Year and close to citizenship. His life is upended when one of the few adults who cares about him commits suicide – or so it appears at first. While investigating, Olson meets a girl named Natalie snooping around his school. He soon learns that one of her friends died under similarly mysterious circumstances. Together, they start looking for answers, and end up discovering the city’s darkest secrets.