It was an extremely good day at the MD Renn Faire. We’re now almost a third of the way to getting the funds to getting an audiobook done of TINSEL RAIN! You can help by, well, by buying the audiobook for FROZEN DREAMS. Every little bit helps.
I’m trying to encourage more sales of the FROZEN DREAMS audiobook. Why? So as to get the cash together to make an audiobook of TINSEL RAIN, of course. I unfortunately do not sell enough books on my own yet to justify whims. Which is a good thing, mind you. Whims are dangerous.
At the moment, we’re fueling it largely with sales of the FROZEN DREAMS audiobook: I’ll be isolating that revenue out and keeping it in escrow. When I have enough, I’ll get an audiobook of TINSEL RAIN made.
…Well, the first one, at least. Basically, I’m trying to figure out a way to get an audiobook of TINSEL RAIN going. Alas, this will cost money*. I’m hoping that if I can get more copies of the FROZEN DREAMS audiobook sold, I can start scraping that money together.
So, you know. Tell all your friends.
*There are reasons why it will cost money, it will have to happen in a certain way, and alternative scenarios are non-viable. This is, like, kinfolk stuff.
…and, since I should toss more into soldier-related charities anyway, I packed some of my novels* and sent them along. If you’re an independent author yourself, you should maybe think about doing this, too. Bread on the waters, and all that.
FROZEN DREAMS, TINSEL RAIN, and TALES FROM THE FERMI RESOLUTION (Tom Vargas novella in that one), to be specific. Tom Vargas is my post-apocalyptic, fantasy pulp detective. He’s a lot of fun to write, and I have the next book of his (BANSHEE BEACH) on deck after I finish the new novel.
Anyway… three books, eleven bucks: it’s a damned good deal, frankly. Particularly in these uncertain financial times. People should buy them.
…I will make Caramelized Bacon Onion Tarts. Link to there because the original recipe has disappeared: if I make these again, I’m going to have to go by guess and by God on the spices and whatnot. All part of the fun, really.
So get everybody you know to buy FROZEN DREAMS! And every other book, too.
FROZEN DREAMS may be the first post-apocalyptic high urban fantasy pulp detective novel you will read today! There’s a sequel (TINSEL RAIN), which dives right back into the world, and more are planned. The sale is only for a week, so buy now!
Join Shamus Tom Vargas as he Clears a murder Case in Cin City, tinsel capital of the magical kingdom of New California. It’s his job; in fact, you might say it’s his calling. Doesn’t help that he already has the worst possible confession from the worst possible suspect. Then again, when does it ever?
Action! Adventure! Elf! Orc! Magic! Bad jokes! And a cover that just won’t quit:
It starts this Friday. I’m curious to see if there’ll be any synergistic effects from combining that with the (presumed) boost in visibility for FROZEN DREAMS, now that it has over fifty ratings*. It’s not that the algorithm is terrifying; it’s that Amazon doesn’t really explain how it works. Which I guess makes sense.
Anyway! Tell everybody the book goes on 99 cent Kindle sale on Friday!
*Don’t forget to review! There’s only twenty-one of those. For all I know, fifty actual reviews are the true critical threshold.