Ok, I know I’m going on about it but my book is now on sale! I’ve really put the price down to $1.99. I know it’s not free, but this is as far as I go for now, kind of like playing strip poker—I’m the prude wearing 50 layers of clothing. I’ll only take off so much before I put it all back on again. Although, it is a bit nerve-wracking: what if no one buys it, even when it’s cheap? Maybe that’s why stripping off scares me: what if I take it all off and people look for a moment then look away in boredom, or even worse, disgust—what do I have left? Nothing. And please nobody hold up cards with one star on them. Oh dear, I’ve given myself away and people are telling others about how unimpressed they are. Ok, maybe I’m going too far. I’m sure you’ll love me naked, ah, I mean my book, you’ll love my book, and I’m sure you’ll buy it at $1.99 because you wouldn’t want it to get depressed would you? Rejection is so hard to take.

So, show my book some love and tell your friends, tell your family, even tell that weird old lady who sleeps at the bus stop—she’s probably secretly a millionaire and can’t wait to read my epic fantasy novel. Shadows of the Realm, or SOTR as it’s becoming known because of the ease of fitting into a tweet, is perfect for teens and adults—it’s an awesome crossover/family read. You’re always complaining that you have nothing to talk to your teenagers about, so buy this, both read it and get talking!

You can purchase it at Amazon US, Amazon UK and Smashwords. Happy reading :).

19 thoughts on “When a Good Book Goes Bad—Shadows of the Realm has Stripped!

  1. Okay, I bought your book so it wouldn’t be sad (though it shows $2.99 on Amazon). Just be warned I’m not a YA reader. Got some others I still have to read ahead of it, but I’ll give it a shot. Sometimes people surprise me 🙂

      1. Don’t worry about it. I knew what the price was when I clicked to buy. A dollar doesn’t make that much difference, and anyway, your premise sounds good.

  2. I love the cover! I personally know how much hard work and effort goes into producing a professional book and don’t think we should ever offer our work free. Of course, there are exceptions for exceptional people.
    Wishing you much success my friend. God bless you always, Truly, Jeannie Walker – Award Winning Author of “Fighting the Devil” – A True Story of Consuming Passion, Deadly Poison, and Murder
    Website: http://jeanniewalkerbooks.com

    1. Thanks Jeannie! I’m glad you agree with me, and yes there are exceptions, but I won’t be going down the free road any time soon. Thanks for visiting my blog :).

    1. Thanks Lois! I appreciate you letting me know; you’ve made my day. The next one is due out at the end of March. so hopefully that’s not too long to wait 🙂

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