Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Broken Promises? The New Deal and the FF Revolution!

The Fugitive Fiction Revolution continues with the biggest death and rebirth cycle of the whole event! Behold the new and improved Tarnish! Along with this fantastic new cover art by virtual painter Trevor Smith, the interior has undergone another minor revision to correct a few missing words and glitches, as well as add a new Thunderstrike Saga page at the beginning to lay it all out.

Where does the broken promise come in? Well, not long ago I said that I'd be posting the ebook version of this heroic quest fantasy novel at a temporary $2.99 through X-mas Day. In honor of the new cover and revisions, I'm altering that deal. Now through New Years Day, you can buy the ebook at just $0.99. (It may take a day or two for all the retailers to catch up on the price change, check back frequently.) After that it'll go back to its original price of $3.99, where it will remain for the foreseeable future. So grab it now!

I'm also changing the rules of the game on the audiobook giveaway of the Tarnish prequel story The Prince of Luster and Decay. I am now giving them away on a first-come, first-served basis. So those who have already submitted to the drawing are now instant winners, as is anyone else who does so! And if you follow the special double-entry instructions, you get two free download codes, one for you and one to share with a friend! (After all, you're friend is more likely to follow up if you send it to them than if I do.) This will go on until they are all gone, act fast!

So there you go. I hope you can forgive my "broken promises." And please, once you've read/listened to them, let us all know what you thought! Leave a review on Amazon, Goodreads, or anywhere you talk about or buy your books.

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