In less than 24 hours, All Hail Emperor Gothon will be released! I don't know if I've told you guys how excited I am about this one, but just in case I haven't - I'm excited! lol.
There's still time to have the change to win yourself a free ebook copy of the book, for details see
. Winners will be announced tomorrow in place of my usual "Top Five Tips" blog as my weekend will be dedicated to this book - that and I'm trying to fix my damn washing machine that's decided to pack up today! Oh the life of an author is full of strife!
Anyway, enough of my problems - I should be looking forward to this weekend. A HUGE thank you to all those who have shown their support of this book and I really hope you guys enjoy it! The book will be sold on Smashwords to begin with, and then appearing on Amazon Kindle later (still having some formatting issues with it on Kindle) - but you will be able to get a kindle format of it through Smashwords anyway so that's all good.
Watch this space guys! Tomorrow I'll announce the winner of the free ebook!
Hey guys. I was going to do another top five tips, but decided to move that to Saturdays from now on so that they can be given their own spots. So tomorrow I'll be looking at my top five ways to write a great villain! Thanks to all who have left feedback on my previous top five blogs.
Today, I'm going to let you guys have a sneak preview of the cover to my soon to be released novella - All Hail Emperor Gothon. This is a prequel to my other book, Trapped on Draconica, which features a back story to Emperor Gothon, the villain of the piece. The book will have a much more darker and adult tone to it (think of it as my version of the story of Caligula - that's the play by Albert Camus, not the film!) and it will deal with the subjects of insanity, domestic abuse and loss of innocence.
Release date to be confirmed. But to wet your appetite, here is a sample of the front cover by Brenna Albert (based on a design by Alexis M Centeno).
I think this is a great cover - full of symbolism and great art. I hope others feel the same.
Have a great weekend peeps!
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Hey guys. Following on from my first post about the Wandering Valkyr (see
for my previous post about it), I'm pleased to inform that the book is now available to purchase through Smashwords on multiple formats!
To check it out, please move your mouse over to this lovely link
, and you will be able to purchase a copy for yourself at a very reasonable price of less than a dollar!
The book will also be available through Amazon Kindle very soon as well - just formating some issues with some artwork. If you can't wait, you can download a kindle version through Smashwords right now!
The book is recommended for readers aged 15 and upwards. Contains some implied nudity and some violence.
Don't forget you can also get very good discounted rates on my first novel, Trapped on Draconica as well.
The above novel introduces you to the world of Draconica and the main storyline to the book. It is available as both a paperback and ebook. Currently offering some great discounts through the Read2Review catalogue. For details, click below.
Thanks to those who have purchased a copy already and for the feedback thus far. I'll have more details about my writing in the future every Monday on my blog - so keep checking back for more details.
You can also find out more information about my books on my website at http://www.pandragondan.co.uk/#!dan%27s-writings.
Next post will be Monday, whereby I interview Ryan Schneider, author of the Go-Go Kids series.
Until next time, guys!
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I know I said I generally won't blog on the weekends, but this is a sort of special one off.
I recently set up a new Facebook page for myself. Actually, that's not entirely true. What I mean to say is that I REOPENED an old Facebook page that was set up for me by friends of mine, I forgot about and rediscovered again. Thought it would be a good idea to reopen the page and see how many followers I get on it.
I still have my Trapped on Draconica page, but given that most of the posts on there are now not exclusive to that novel, I decided to use my old Facebook page to talk about all my works, but also about my reviews and blogs and all that. Feel free to check out and like my Facebook page at the following address:
If you also have a Facebook page, let me know and I'll repay the favour. A like for a like if you will. :)
Until next time! Have a great weekend.