It’s been a while. I’ve been a bad, bad blogger! But I’m back with some exciting news.
The entire Embodied trilogy is now available as a 3-in-1 paperback, and you can get it from Amazon here.
This is the best (and most affordable!) way to read the trilogy in print. Otherwise you’ll be faced with the following excruciating scenario: You’ll have to lever yourself out of your chair or bed once you’ve finished reading Silent Symmetry, then stagger to your bookshelf and locate your copy of Starley’s Rust. Once you’ve found it and made it back to your preferred reading spot, you’ll have to do the same thing all over again a couple hours later for Diamond Splinters. Sounds like a lot of trouble to go to in comparison with buying all three books in one and staying in bed all day while you read them.
But if for whatever reason a nice, thick paperback isn’t for you, the Embodied trilogy ebook special edition is still available to download for Kindle or to read for free on Kindle Unlimited.
The other bonus of buying the paperback version of the trilogy is that you could be the first to review it on Amazon. Score!
Thank you to Alex Nereuta and Phoenix, The Creative Studio for the cover design and to Yannick Giguère for photographing the book.
It’s been a while since I posted and now instead of using my words like a grownup I’ve decided to go all video on you like a millennial. But since WordPress won’t let me embed a YouTube link, you’ll have to click here or on the screen grab below to find out my latest news.
The video is only a minute long, so there’s no Christmas-ruining time investment!
(Hint: the video is about the first story in the Embodied prequel series…)
And on that mysterious note, season’s greetings to all of you. All the best for the holidays and 2017!
I’m thoroughly enjoying my blog book tour (watch out for my mythical creatures Top 10 list next week!) and today’s stop is at Urban Fantasy Investigations, where I have an interview and book giveaway contest.
Check out my interview here.
In the interview, you’ll discover things like what I do in my down time, which character in the Embodied trilogy was my favourite to write, and where I keep my piece of the Berlin Wall.
This article about Amazon’s new bricks-and-mortar bookstore is far more fun than the store itself seems to be.
Time’s running out to win an autographed copy of Starley’s Rust. Panic!! Or click on the ad:
I started writing the final novel in the Embodied Trilogy yesterday at Else’s in Montreal. And before anyone asks, it doesn’t have a title yet.