Shape of Secrets makes me think about fire and sunsets. Something about the book just is ORANGE.
So ….. the nice people at Amazon let me give away copies of my book once every 90 days, and what better time to offer Shape of Secrets to the world than on that most orange of holidays — Halloween.
My hope of course, is that you will download the book, and then read the book. In fact , my hope is you will like the book so much that you actually go ahead and buy one of the other books in the collection. Hallelujah!
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. For now, just DOWNLOAD THE BOOK. Let’s see what happens after that.
(Shape of Secrets is available for free from Oct 31. through Nov. 4 2019.)
Arggghhh … this happens every time I finish a book. I forget to pay bills. I forget people’s birthdays. I forget to post on my blogs and I love writing on my blogs. (I’m okay with birthdays and not terribly fond of the bill paying). And I’ve had so many great ideas to post about here, too, over the last few weeks … but never got them down on paper.
What I did manage was to get the newer, sleeker, better version of x0 out on Kindle, repubbed as a 2nd edition in paperback, and — finally late last night — resubmitted to Smashwords where it is now part of a site-wide promotion and available for exactly no dollars and no cents. Check it out!
What I also managed to to was do get my latest and greatest love — d4 — to the point where it is only three writing days away from being done and ready to share with the first of my beta readers. I’m lost in this story. It is unlike any of the previous ones, and yet carries a connection to the novel y1 and to the organization y1 as well. Zane and his shape shifting talents make a second and crucial appearance and Toby comes out of the shadows as well to help save the world with his philosophy of economic fairness.The encouragement to be the person you were meant to be continues, but the melody is perhaps sung an octave higher or lower, with a few new interesting minor chords as well.
I promise, it will be the most enjoyable pre-apocalyptic novel you will ever read. Who says the end of the world can’t be fun?
(Please drop by Facebook and give the clever folks at This s a Good Sign a like for the great visual above.)