I know, it was a holiday weekend, but I've been busy with the OTHER revolution: I just put my first original e novel up for sale.
Buy for Kindle:
Buy on Smashwords (which includes the ability to read online and/or download as a pdf).
Buy for Nook
On Amazon UK
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$2.99, any format
Sixteen-year old Anna Sullivan is having terrible dreams of a massacre at her school. Anna’s father is a mentally unstable veteran, her mother vanished when Anna was five, and Anna might just chalk the dreams up to a reflection of her crazy waking life — except that Tyler Marsh, the most popular guy at the school and Anna’s secret crush, is having the exact same dream.
Despite the gulf between them in social status, Anna and Tyler connect, first in the dream and then in reality. As the dreams reveal more, with clues from the school social structure, quantum physics, probability, and Anna's own past, Anna becomes convinced that they are being shown the future so they can prevent the shooting…
If they can survive the shooter — and the dream.
I am definitely portraying the darker side of high school here - the book is for older teens (and younger ones whose reading tends toward Stephen King and Shirley Jackson!) and adults.
The Space Between is based on my short story “The Edge of Seventeen”, which won the Thriller award for Best Short Fiction two years ago, and I've also put that up online, because that's what we can do, now!
Buy for Kindle
Buy on Smashwords
Buy for Nook
99 cents, any format.
I just got back from teaching a week-long workshop in Texas and I found myself talking a LOT about e publishing, something I never would have done just a year ago, but I wasn't kidding about the revolution; we're in the middle of one. And I've realized I need to start talking about all of this on this blog, so I will be, starting this week.
But please take a moment to click through the links - buy the book, "Like" the book on Amazon, download a free sample. Remember, I don't get paid for writing this blog - I get paid when people buy my books. All support is truly appreciated!
Hope everyone had a fabulous holiday!