“Launch days” like today always feel a bit weird to me. On the surface, today is just another normal Tuesday. I’m still sitting at my desk, writing product copy about wine (that’s the day job), and answering emails from coworkers.
Yet, today is anything but a normal Tuesday. The Tyrant’s Heir (Desertera #3) has landed in Kindles and reading devices around the world. Reviews have started to roll in on Goodreads. Invisible tendons connect you and me and readers from at least three continents.
Today also brings a feeling of completion. I’ve put the book out into the world. It belongs to you now, as much as it does me. Which means it’s time for me to hang up Lionel’s top hat and get to work on another project … but more on that later.
Pick up your copy of The Tyrant’s Heir TODay:
Order the ebook ($2.99 USD) or paperback ($12.95 USD) from your favorite online retailer: http://www.books2read.com/the-tyrants-heir
Reserve a SIGNED paperback directly from me (via PayPal, $12.95 USD + s/h): https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=P4UWDNF93HRYE
Please note on the signed paperbacks:
1) I DO ship internationally — email me for your custom shipping rate
2) Please expect a 2-3 week shipping delay. I’m currently waiting on the books to arrive so I can sign them!
GET SOCIAL WITH ME
Add The Tyrant’s Heir on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/35702226-the-tyrant-s-heir
Watch me unbox the first ever copy on Facebook:
Bring a friend into the fold
If you know someone who would love the Desertera series (or are behind yourself), now is the time to catch up! To celebrate the release of The Tyrant’s Heir, the first two ebooks are on sale until August 15.
Buy The Cogsmith’s Daughter (Desertera #1) for JUST $0.99 (USD)
Buy The Courtesan’s Avenger (Desertera #2) for JUST $1.99 (USD)
And that’s all she wrote
For now, anyway! Thank you to everyone who has purchased the books, shared on social media, and left a review. Your support means the world to me and allows me to live out my dream. I couldn’t — and wouldn’t want to — do this without you.