Quiet author has been very, very quiet, but I’ve got something sort of new for those who have been waiting a very long time to get it: The Survivors: Heroic Edition!
Heroic Edition contains all four books in one big chunk of text at a discounted price. There’s no new content except the cover, so please don’t be concerned if you’ve already bought the books. You won’t get anything new here, just the chance to revisit old friends in one whopping great hunk of text. Man, the paperback is going to be HUGE!
eBook available now on Kindle, paperback coming in a week or so once I’ve had a chance to get my proof copy and… uh… make sure it’s not going to collapse under the weight of its own spine. Seriously. I crammed four 400 page books into one, it’s a legitimate concern!
That’s right! After two years of anticipation, you can finally read the climax to The Survivors, and find out which of your favourite characters are going to get their Happily Ever After, and which ones aren’t. Quick, go grab it while it’s hot!
Also, to celebrate the release, The Survivors Book I: Summer is on sale for just 99c for the next two days. If you haven’t started reading it yet, or you want to convince someone else to join your addiction, now’s the time! The sale applies to all distribution channels.
As the subject suggests, there has been a rather nasty infestation of gremlins in the website for some time, which I’ve only just become aware of. After much hunting and screaming and flipping of tables, I’ve eradicated them. However, if you’ve tried to contact me via the contact form and never heard back from me, it’s safe to say the gremlins ate it. I always reply to my emails within 24 hours unless I am dead or out of town, so if you haven’t heard back from me please try again. I wasn’t ignoring you, promise! I’m just… bad at running a website, apparently.
They’ve actually been open for more than a week now, but I have been so frantic with editing that I forgot to post about it. So, I’m posting now! Quick, go pre-order your copy before stocks run out! Stocks can’t actually run out, but I’ve been told I need to use lots of imperatives in my marketing. Consider yourselves imperatived! Hah!
…Imperilated? Imperitated? Gah! It’s too hot for spelling! Good thing I’m on a break from editing while Holly does her bit, or I’d be useless for anything.