Title pretty much says it all. The Guardian Cats of New York City: Shin-Nephura’s Neighborhood is available for free download at Amazon now through midnight Friday. Don’t miss it.
(This actually been running since midnight today – sorry I’m late, but there’s still plenty of time.)
As I said would be the case, Hometown has now been taken down, all but Book 1. But stay tuned, my friends. Coming up in March, there will be four days where the Kindle edition of Hometown will be available absolutely free!
Also, I’m sorry to announce that the first Guardian Cats of NYC story, Shin-Nephura’s Neighborhood, has also been taken down. I’ve put it up for sale on Amazon, and it turns out that they don’t like it when you try to sell something with them while you’re giving it away for free elsewhere on the Net. Go figure, huh? To be fair, I guess it makes them nervous about the rights. If it’s just being given away for free willy-nilly about the Internet, how do they know it’s mine to sell? So I’m afraid if you want to visit our brave Shin-Nephura, my friends, you’ll have to visit the Bookstore.
PS – Sorry there hasn’t been much to see around here this week. I’ve been working on setting up a couple of promotions, and I haven’t had much chance to do anything else.
Okay, so no one has actually asked me that yet. But for any aspiring writers who may be reading this, who wonder where you can get some ideas of your own from, the answer is: anywhere. You can be anywhere, doing anything, and something will just strike you…and the possibilities will open up.
As an example, I give you the Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal comic that inspired the Guardian Cats of NYC series:
So it’s been a bit busy this week, though I’m afraid y’all haven’t really been able to see the fruits of it here.
The good news is that I have a new story up at Smashwords, and this one is free!
That’s right. Carry Looking the Other Way with you, instead of having to scroll through my archives. Get it here. Free.
And if you’d like to support the artist, The Guardian Cats of New York City: Shin-Nephura’s Neighborhood is still just 99 cents, available at Smashwords, or now at Barnes and Noble.
And of course, the really good stuff is right there in the sidebar.
Happy Halloween to all. More on its way later today.