The time, you know, it flies.
I’m happy to announce that Trail of the Torean, volume 2 of my fantasy series, is now available for full download. The reaction to the first volume was really quite brilliant, and I’m excited to see where Trail might take us. Thank you so much for all your support.
Cursed magic from the gods.
A mysterious underground city.
The first steps toward open war.
Kindle: Amazon (US)
Kindle: Amazon (UK)
Kindle: Amazon (DE)
Nook: Barnes & Noble
I have to say that after all this time, it’s a lot of fun to see these books reaching this point. Book one continues to ride along at #2 on the UK Dark Fantasy charts, and has been at #15-#25 on the US short read SF&Fantasy charts–though in a twist of irony it appears Amazon has changed its category from short reads (64 pages and under), to “Two hours or more” … which essentially means it’s more than 64 pages. I’m easy. The hard-copy print version is, I think, 78 pages counting all the interstitial pages. So changing its category was probably fair enough.
Whichever you want to call them, if each of these books are as successful in their first two weeks as book one has been, that would just be ice cream on top of the ice cream.
Of course, while I’m in the middle of all this hoopla, I should note that volume 3, Target of the Orders is available for pre-order.
Amy Sterling Casil calls Target of the Orders “Fast-paced, elegant, and brutal. Impossible to put down.”
You can find those links in the sidebar. [grin]
And I would be a terrible marketer if I didn’t add the fact that you can get advanced information about my work by subscribing to my newsletter. This week, subscribers received the opportunity to win a free copy of Glamour of the God-Touched, and got an advanced look at the cover to volume four!
Forgive me for all that … but I would hate to be called a terrible marketer.
(Yeah, ummm, right, Ron. Move away from the pamphlet printer. Just move away.)
Another great installment Ron!
Thanks, Chuck. I appreciated your comment on Amazon for #1. 🙂 Hope I can keep it up through #3.
Um, I hope you can keep it up through #8 🙂
You have pretty high standards, Mr. H. 🙂