I know. I know. It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything here. To be completely honest, I wasn’t even going to post this, especially after the week I’ve had, but I thought it might do good to post the only good news that I’ve gotten in a while.
Matticus and I have finally published the sequel to The Erratic Sun. It is called The Information Broker and you can get the Kindle version of it here. If you prefer paperback, then this is the link for you.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us and our writing endeavors.
Hey everybody! Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Well, you’re in luck. It just so happens that I know of 3 fun things for you to do!
- You could read The Erratic Sun, which is an incredibly awesome book (in my completely unbiased opinion).
- You could read The Seven Sceptres, which was written by 4 incredibly talented individuals (again, in my completely unbiased opinion).
- Or, you could read Blackmoon WarMage, which is written by someone who is not shamelessly plugging it at the moment.
See? I told you they would be fun! Have a great weekend, everyone!
When I was first asked to participate in this NaBloPoMo extravaganza, I was told that it would mean that more people would come and read my posts. While I welcome all new readers regardless of when they pop their heads into my little corner of the blogosphere, I feel that any new readers might feel left out.
After all, any new reader of this blog wouldn’t know about the amazing book written by Matt (of The Matticus Kingdom) and I. They wouldn’t know that the amazing book could be purchased by clicking either of the links on my Buy My Book tab. And I would hate for them to feel left out.
Now, some people out there may take advantage of any new readers that they may attract and try to pimp their wares on the first day of NaBloPoMo, but I’m much classier than that.
I waited until the second day.
…… and knowing is half the battle. G.I JOE!!!!
Sorry. I had a childhood flashback. Anyway….
I’ve never actually come out and said it on here, but those of you who have purchased the book written by Matticus and I (You haven’t bought the Kindle version which is available here? Or the paperback version which is available here? Shame on you…) have figured out my real name. Over the years of being on this blog, I’ve already told some of my blogging buddies what it is. To most people though, it was a mystery.