Saturday, January 06, 2018

Huntress Moon sale, $1.99 - and let's get you writing this year!

To start your New Year off, I have a book sale and a writing series for you.


HUNTRESS MOON SALE

Book 1 of my Thriller Award-nominated Huntress Moon series is on sale for just $1.99 on Amazon US! (January 6 only). The series turns tropes of violence against women inside out: my haunted FBI agent is on the hunt for a female serial killer. Who kills men. All over the country. For years.

So if you're in the mood to see the predators LOSE, here’s your chance to get a great deal.

         Special Agent Matthew Roarke thought he knew what evil was. He was wrong.

   





Huntress Moon: Amazon US: $1.99    







Voice Arts Award for Best Audiobook Narration

Audiobook junkies might want to take the sale opportunity to pick up the ebook - then add the narration for as low as $1.99.

Huntress Moon and my amazing narrator, RC Bray, won a Voice Arts Award for Best Audiobook Narration, Crime & Thriller.

Bob is also the multi-award-winning narrator of the blockbuster audiobook of The Martian, and you can hear his stellar narration in all five of the Huntress books.


WRITING SERIES FOR THE NEW YEAR


 1. Five Minutes a Day For a Year Equals a Book

Yeah, yeah - every year everyone resolves to write a book. And most people never, ever will.

But there's a very simple trick to writing a book.

Just do it. 

Seriously. If you can write five minutes every day, you can write a book. There's more to it than that, of course - but no book will ever get written if you don't put that very simple habit into practice.

Read more here.


2. Nanowrimo Now What? 

Maybe you've written more than five minutes a day. Maybe you did Nanowrimo and now have 50,000 or more wonderful, messy words. But - now what?

Here are the Top Ten Things I Know About Rewriting.


3. Practicing Craft: It's a Wonderful Life 

What if you could  get better as a writer every single time you sat down to watch a movie or TV show? Wouldn't that push your craft to the next level or two or seven?

A little prep work before every movie or show you watch will pay off hugely. Try it with this classic.


4. Setpieces and Key Story Elements

These are  two of the most important elements any writer can steal from the movies. I'll be talking through them at length this month.


                           Get free Story Structure extras and movie breakdowns


 



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