Tomorrow, I have a featured BookBub deal for my novel, LEX TALIONIS!
In the UK, it’s a paltry 77p!
I’m very excited to see how this goes, and if having a deal on the weekend instead of the week changes anything. I’m also anxiously hoping it earns out the rather large cost of the deal in this second year of the pandemic when money is tight everywhere. I had planned to do Facebook ads alongside it, but unfortunately, don’t have the funds for now.
I’d be eternally grateful to everyone who gives the book a try, or passes on the message. At that price, even if you hate the book, you paid less than the last cup of coffee you didn’t like to find out. Heck, at that price, consider buying one for a friend too. It would really help out, given I’m about to be let go from my full time job (COVID restructuring).
In other news, I’ve finished my first task for the Wyrm Gauntlet and am now editing before sending it in, so keep your fingers crossed for me the judges like it. Three more stages to go if they do!
And just a note to say, if you didn’t make it to FIYAHCON this year, I pity you. It was a wonderful event, event though it closed out with some devastating emotional notes that may signal the end for the convention overall. I do hope it can make a reappearance next year, but the emotional and physical labour of love it demands is not one we should expect of any person, year after year. So, thank you to the hardworking organisers, panelists and volunteers. We will support you no matter what you decide about next year. And I’m so very proud and happy I was given the opportunity to be involved this year.
Next week, I have an announcement about a small but wonderful thing I never thought to achieve. Also, a full accounting of how the BookBub deal went, for those who like that sort of thing.
Stay tuned, and stay thirsty, my friends!