Great news for those of you who have not yet bought my debut novel, Evermore: Call of the Nocturne. Lulu, the site where I self-publish, is having a special sale where you can 40% of all of their print editions. I repeat … 40%!
All you have to do is go to the Lulu Bookstore, find my book, add it to your basket and then use the coupon code FALLSALE40 when you check out. It’s that simple.
So if you’ve been meaning to read it for a while, now’s your chance. You’ll have a great time and you’ll save money.
Now that it’s been out for a few months, it was time to lower the price of the Kindle Edition to 99 cents. I’ve spoken on this subject before in my blog post “The 99-cent e-book” and now it’s time to try the price point out to see what impact it will have on sales. Hopefully, it will encourage more people to take the leap of faith on an unknown author and an unknown story.
The Evermore: Call of the Nocturne Kindle Edition is available on the Kindle Store.
Episodic yet hypnotic, Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridan defies classification or explanation, which makes its status as a masterpiece difficult to explain but easy to understand. Cormac’s trademark staccoto prose makes it difficult to pull together a grander narrative or story, but that seems beside the point as Cormac focuses on humanity’s violent underbelly. It’s both hard to read but also impossible to put down. At one moment, you have graphic descriptions of some of the horrible actions put to print. Yet, in the next moment, you have moments of incomprehensible beauty (such as the burning tree in the middle of the desert). It’s so hard to explain but I can’t recommend it highly enough. Blood Meridan is a classic and deserves to be read, just make sure that you have an empty stomach.