I’m very excited to say that Tenebrae Manor, A Boy Named Art and The Will of the Wisp are now on record at the National Library of Australia. Feeling very proud to have my name within their collection of Australian works.
Welcome to 2018. My first promotion of the year will be for The Will of the Wisp. It will be available to download for free on Amazon Kindle for 5 days beginning 12th January. The Will of the Wisp is my latest novel which was publish mid-last year. So if you haven’t read it yet, now is your chance. Link in cover image below.
Halloween is coming up, and like every other year I will be giving away Tenebrae Manor for free in the days leading up to October 31! The difference this year is that my latest novel, The Will of the Wisp, will also be free to download as well. So you can get two free books for Halloween, happy day! The promotion will start on October 27th.
I’d also like to note that I am working hard to get Tenebrae Manor: In the Dark Trees Definitive Edition out in time for Christmas, maybe earlier (a big maybe). But in any account, I can’t wait to share that one with you; it’s turning out great!
More news closer to Halloween.
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Just like Tenebrae Manor before it, I will be running promotions for The Will of the Wisp, starting Saturday 29th July. For five days following, The Will of the Wisp will be free to download for Amazon Kindle. So stay tuned for more information!
The Will of the Wisp is available to buy now! At long last, after three and a bit years it is on the shelves – out there for everyone to see. I can honestly say I feel a lot of closure in its release; in a true ‘sophomore slump’ sort of situation, I wondered whether the novel would ever see the light of day. After Tenebrae Manor was completed in late 2013, the question begged as to my ability to produce another novel (at least in a personal sense for myself).
It was an awkward beast – The Will of the Wisp is half the length of Tenebrae Manor, yet it took twice as long to write! Make of that what you will; I was perhaps too hard on myself with it, thinking that I didn’t like it enough to bother publish it. It was only after I went back and read through that first draft manuscript that I was able to appreciate it properly. I can say now that I like the work, I think it’s a good book, and I hope that my readers will enjoy this new offering.
Anyway, enough maudlin blathering. The Will of the Wisp is available on Amazon now. Paperback copies are just $10 USD, those with Kindle can get an ebook version for $3 USD. A big congratulations to the five readers who won a paperback copy in my Goodreads giveaway – your winnings have been posted and should reach you shortly.
To any and all who read The Will of the Wisp – I do hope you enjoy it, and let it be known I appreciate feedback and reviews. Amazon and Goodreads both offer platforms to rate and review books, so I would highly suggest jumping on one of them (or both!) and sharing your thoughts on the book – be they good or bad! It helps me spread the word on my work, and also helps me hone my craft for future endeavours.