My most recent ebook, Muse, is now available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iTunes, Google Play, or directly via Ganxy. I originally wrote this story for a tribute anthology for David B. Silva that was supposed to be published over a year ago. Actually, make it more like a year and a half ago. Maybe some day the anthology will be released, but I finally decided screw it and am releasing it on my own. Why? Because I like this story a lot. It's one of my favorites, and I'm excited for people to read it.
Also, as I haven't done a contest in a while, I thought it was a good time to have one.
Here are the details:
Purchase Muse and leave a review on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Goodreads. That's it. Let me know in the comments section and your name will be entered to win.
Win what, you ask.
A rare copy of the limited edition trade hardcover of Walk the Sky by David B. Silva and myself which Thunderstorm Books published two years ago. This edition is long sold out and only available on secondary markets like eBay. But you -- yes, you! -- could have your very own copy.
Want more chances to win?
Leave reviews for Walk the Sky or At the Meade Bed & Breakfast or both. Or, hell, leave a review for any of my books between now and the end of the month, and your name will be added again and again. The more books you review, the better chance you have at winning. And if the response is especially promising, I'll add another limited edition copy of Walk the Sky to the mix, so your chances will increase even more.
Last week Walk the Sky became available on Nook and Kobo but I didn't mention it here so ... now I did. It will be available on Smashwords and iTunes at some point, but honestly, I don't think there's any hurry. If anyone reading this uses either of those platforms and wants to read the book immediately, let me know and we'll work something out.
Walk the Sky is currently free on Kindle (US and UK) for the next couple of days. Grab it if you haven't already. For non-Kindle users, the book will finally be available on all other platforms later this month. But the Kindle edition (just like all my ebooks) is DRM-free, so you can download it for free on Amazon right now if you'd like and reformat it for your ereader. Enjoy!