More Percivals on Amazon!!!

As of this morning, Poor Percival tale 2 and 3 are both available for download in the Kindle Store!  Woop woop!

You can check them out on Amazon here:

Poor Percival Stories – Tale 2: How Percival Repaid the Pumpkin Child’s Favor

Poor Percival Stories – Tale 3: How Percival Helped Jack Get Hisself Home

You might notice I have a new “Books” page on the site.  You can find the links to each of my Percival stories on Amazon there.

Just so you know, Percival tale 2 has a witch, a pumpkin child, a scarecrow, and it takes place during All Hollows Eve – so basically it’s the perfect story to read this month, and makes a great Halloween stocking stuffer.  (What’s that?  People don’t hang stockings for Halloween?  Shame.)

Percival tale 4 and 5 won’t go up as quickly as these past few have.  I still need to create cover art for them, and write a new short story to include as a bonus for tale 4.  So we’re probably a few weeks off from those coming.  In the meantime, I’ll be playing with my Kindle free days now that I have a few of the stories up,  so stay tuned!

Percival on Amazon

3 Percival stories in the Kindle Store!

Beyond Percival, I started going through the notes given to me by my editor (dad) for my latest middle-grade novel “Saving George’s Light”.  There really shouldn’t be too much to tweak on that story, so I’m hoping to have the edits on it wrapped up by the end of the month.  If that happens, then I should be free and clear to start writing something entirely new just in time for NaNoWriMo.

Sounds like a busy couple of months to me.  Just the way I prefer it. 🙂

4 Comments

  1. Don’t forget to list your books on websites with free days when you do your self-promotion!

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    • Good call! I’ll definitely be researching some to list on. Do you know of any good ones offhand?

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      • I know I’ve seen lists on Reddit, but I couldn’t find anything easily, and isn’t that the problem with the internet? I’d Google free e-books, and places that list them normally have places to submit your books.

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        • Sounds like a good plan to me. Thanks for the advice! 🙂

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