“The Mad God’s Muse” is ready to go. I will do one final pass to make sure I haven’t done anything stupid to break things, like I did yesterday. I did an automatic replace of all double spaces to single, and somehow managed to replace them with zero spaces instead, introducing a lot of unintentional types. And, yeah, this was after I had the book proofread. (facepalm)

Oh, it doesn’t end there. I decided it would be a good idea to update “The Dead God’s Due” as well, in prep for releasing MGM. I discovered this morning that I had released DGD with a ton of missing space typos, and set to work fixing it, with much gnashing of teeth, tearing of hair, and wailing. See, it doesn’t end there, either. (double facepalm)

Did I mention I was running an ad for DGD today? No? Well, I am, and anyone who actually buys a copy today will get a typo-filled mess. It takes many hours for Amazon to actually update the book after I upload the fix, so I am sitting here agonizing, hoping no one will buy any copies until it updates. (triple facepalm)

I guess it is what it is. At least I caught it soon.

Now to get the createspace version in place.

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I am in the home stretch for the second book in the series. It’s finished, but I want to make sure it’s the best I can possibly do with the time I have. I can’t take a pass through and not find something I hate, some thud I want to change, some passive voice tossed in that could be excised. It will never really be ‘done’, in that I can no longer find fault with it. It will only be ‘done’ in the sense that I must let it go and move on.

Since I actually set up the preorder page on Amazon, I hard a hard time limit, and that’s probably for the best.

 

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Did well enough yesterday to get featured in ebookdaily. Thanks for helping spread the word, guys!

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Closing in on 2000 downloads in the past 24 hours, and made like #89 on Amazon’s Top 100 free, as well as #5 in Free Dark Fantasy, and #11 Free under Science Fiction and Fantasy.

Hopefully, that will translate into some decent exposure for the series!

 

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With “The Mad God’s Muse” coming out in July, I am doing some freebie days for “The Dead God’s Due” to let folks catch up.

 

Enjoy, and pass it along to your friends!

 

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It’s a nice, dark little sword and sorcery tale. Enjoy, share, and leave a review if you can! I need word of mouth!

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Preorder campaign launched on Amazon.

Preorder now!

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Day 1 of 5, hit #2 in Free Short SciFi/Fantasy Reads, and #4 in Short Reads Lit and Fiction. If you have people to share this with, please do. Let’s get it out there!

 

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Grab it for free. It’s a fun, short read, a slightly different take on your typical zombie story.

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I never had a good ‘back of the book’ description before, so I wrote one I think will work. What do you think?

“The world will become as ash.”

So says a thousand year old prophesy of doom, but prophesies can be denied if men are bold and strong. A band of elite desert warriors crosses the sea, hoping to turn aside the coming apocalypse. Their leader, Prelate Yazid Valerian, seeks the mythical city of sorcerers, Nihlos, the “City of Nothing” spoken of in scripture. There, he believes, he will find allies and answers to his questions.

But finding a lost city is the least of his challenges. The people of Nihlos have their own ancient scriptures and warnings, ominous tales of legendary, implacable enemies called Southlanders who will someday return to destroy Nihlos. The Southlanders are said to be powerful warriors; tall, dark-skinned men, strong of arm and broad of shoulder. Yazid and his men are a perfect fit.

As the inevitable clash of cultures looms, Yazid must face the truth: he and his men may well be the cause of the very catastrophe they intended to prevent. The end of the world will not begin in his own land as he had imagined.

It has already begun here, in Nihlos.

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