Kindle: Everywhere (link is to your regional Amazon)
For the first twenty-four hours, the Kindle version is free on Amazon, then it jumps up to full price. Go and download a copy now. You might be inclined to hold off on this, in order to buy a copy tomorrow and put some money in my pocket. This makes you among the nobler representatives of the species… but please don’t. The more people who download it now, the higher the book will climb in Amazon’s free charts – and the higher it climbs in the free charts, the more people who don’t read this blog (and don’t have the faintest idea either that I exist or that I have a book out). At the moment, finding the readers who might love the book is actually more important than filling my purse, and that nudge up the charts created by your download helps that to happen.
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It might not feel like you’re doing very much, but it genuinely helps. If you still feel like you want to pay for something, then I’ve plenty of other books that might be to your taste (or just nab yourself a paperback of this one for your shelf).
Okay then. Time to see what happens to the book. Before I go though, a quick note of thanks for somebody I omitted from the acknowledgements in the novel. You. You keep popping back here, week in and week out to, to see how things are going, and what new stuff is happening. Whether you’re one of the handful who leave comments or one of the silent majority who I know only as a bump in my website stats, thanks for sticking around and being interested. Not much more I can ask for than that, and I’m very lucky that you’re out there. Thank you for playing.
Currently reading (novel): The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman
Currently reading (collection): Burning in Optimism’s Flames, ed. Jay Eales
Currently reading (collection): The DIamond Lens and other stories, by Fitz-James O’Brien
Currently reading (anthology): The Weird: A Compendium of Strange and Dark Stores, edited by Anne and Jeff Vandermeer
Currently reading (non-fiction): The Anatomy Murders by Lisa Rosner