So, Love is not free. The price is 99 cents. is now officially complete. I have uploaded the final version to Amazon and as of now, the official version is available for purchase at all fine Amazon sites.
However, if you haven’t downloaded the preview version, you can download the official copy for free from Friday, November 7th through to Tuesday, November 11th. By late December, it should be available at all other eBook retailers.
It’s been a busy year with finishing two very different novels, and it’s good to have this done. Since I have no plans for any other CYOA books, it will likely be a couple of years until I publish another novel. Chances are it will be something completely different. Like I alluded to in an earlier post, I’m thinking about an idea of a science fiction book. I will see how that pans out, but for the time being, I’m done…
So, for 5 days, from September 18th through to the 22nd, a preview version of my latest novel is FREE at all amazon sites
If you enjoy the book, please consider writing a review for it at the Amazon site in advance of it’s official release (planned for late October at a price of $4.49). It takes close to a thousand hours to plan, write, and edit a novel. Reviews really help independent authors gain traction… and they also remind authors that those one thousand hours had a purpose!
So, today is the official release of Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? at all Amazon sites. It will be free for the first week (July 4th through to July 10th). After that, it’s $3.99 (USD).
If Daniel and I do write another choose your own adventure together, it won’t be for several years. While we both like the idea of writing a sequel to The Adventures of Whatley Tupper, we both accept that it’s not in the cards for quite some time.
This weekend (June 8th & 9th), the preview Kindle version of Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? will be free at all Amazon sites. This preview version is identical to the official release, but it also includes easy to access cheats that allow you to jump to many of the different plot points, should you choose.
This promotion is a “thank you” to those of you who have enjoyed Daniel and my previous choose-your-own-adventure novels. Unlike our other books, Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? has 65 endings that all revolve around a single (absurd) plot. Not only is this the final CYOA novel that Daniel and I will work on (at least for a long, long time), it is the most complex. When the book is officially released on July 4th, it will retail for $3.99.
Should you choose to download the free version this weekend, please consider writing a review for the novel before July 4th. Reviews really do help independent authors.
So, today The Most Boring Book Ever Written received its 50th review on Amazon.com. Soon it will have more reviews than all my other books combined. Rather ironic for a non-book that really is meant to be the most boring book ever written. This is the one book I rather enjoy reading negative reviews for. How can I fault anyone for these things–it’s meant to be boring!
Here are some my favourite bad reviews:
A new review for The Most Boring Book Ever Written was posted at Obsessive Book Nerd last week.
“Therein lies the charm of The Most Boring Book Ever Written. You can read as much of it as you want to alleviate some boredom and walk away from it without the mental attachment to the characters or plot. Or you can stick to it and infer some themes and more grand statements that may or may not be there. Either way, it’s free. You can’t beat that.”
Read the entire review here.
As I hoped, The Year We Finally Solved Everything is free at Amazon.com after being offered for $0 at all other retailers. I’d like to keep this book and The Most Boring Book Ever Written free until the end of human civilization, so hopefully no one starts charging money for it anymore.
Click here to download it from Amazon.com
On a side note, I’m still busy editing Love is not free. The price is 99 cents. and hoping that it will be ready some time in the summer. Same goes for Can Stuart Henry Zhang Save the World? although it should be ready a little earlier. But we’ll see…