So I’m having a day. A day of bookish things. A day of wonderful things, and honestly? It’s got me pretty nervous. My luck-o-meter tends to run somewhere along the range of “find a penny in the street, get hit in the face with a sledgehammer,” so whenever I have a good day, I kind of expect to get the rug ripped out from under me in short order.
With how great today’s been, I’m kind of nervously eyeing my ceiling and hoping it doesn’t cave in.
See that picture? That’s pretty much everything I’ve done since November 2014. Okay, I also have a book that I turned in to my Entangled editor and some projects I’m almost done with, some of which will be releasing this year and some things I can’t talk about yet but that have the potential for serious epicness, but that right there is the tangible evidence of everything I’ve done in the past year. I can hold them in my hand. Turn the pages. Stroke the paper and feel its dry soft silkiness against my fingertips. I’m sitting on the couch right now, with that shelf right across from me. Over the top of my laptop, those books are always in my peripheral vision.
And it feels fucking good.
Even better? Knowing that I couldn’t have gotten to this point without the support of amazing people–friends, readers, editors, colleagues. Everyone. Nothing, for me, happens without you…and I’ll never forget that.
But if you squint up close at those covers, you’ll see that A Second Chance at Paris is shown twice. Why? Well, because…
A SECOND CHANCE AT PARIS AND ZERO DAY EXPLOIT ARE NOW AVAILABLE AS STANDALONES
…and Zero Day Exploit is perma-free.
Oh, yeah, and they got shiny new covers, too. And I fucking love them. I mean, I fucking ought to, I designed them, but I’m not doing that fucking self-deprecating shite today. I’ll be goddamned humble tomorrow after karma smacks me and the gods strike me down for my hubris, yadda yadda, etc. etc., known your place mortal, whatever. Look at the covers. LOOK AT THEM.
So you can get A Second Chance at Paris on Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iBooks, and Smashwords; Zero Day Exploit is free on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and Smashwords (Amazon UK should be set to free soon, and Kobo is kind of snubbing me lately and I don’t know why, but you can always get the files from Smashwords for any device). You can also now get ZDE as a standalone print book for just $5.99, with free shipping on Prime.
Moving on to other things…
THE LOST IS OUT IN PAPERBACK OCTOBER 8TH
Soon you’ll be able to hold all your fucked-up, Daddy-issue-worshipping, pain-craving, feminist-loving, sex-addicted, hot-Marine, holy-mother-of-heartbreak WTFery in the palm of your hand. But if you’d really like to help get the word out, sign up for the Thunderclap so you, too, can annoy your Twitter and Facebook followers with a simultaneous mass post:
Get it? Got it? Good.
I think that just about covers it. I think I’ve blogged more in this past month than I have practically in a year. And I’ve got a new Dammit, Cole lined up for tomorrow, too.
I’m really starting to fail at this antisocial thing.
|NEW CROW CITY COVERS
The Crow City Series now has a new cover set – dark, sleek, and just in time for the latest book in the series. See the full series covers here.
TWENTY NOTES TO THE ANXIOUS, MELANCHOLY WRITER
|AUTUMN (CROW CITY #2.75)
The latest installment in the Crow City series is here – with series favorites Walford Gallifrey and Joseph Armitage returning in a poignant story of reconciliation and newfound love in the first contemporary M/M in the Crow City Series.