Hi everyone, how’s it going? I’ve got Bat Out of Hell playing on my iTunes, I’m in writing mode, and I’m feeling pretty fucking epic.
That’s why I’m pleased to announce that I’m starting the sequel to my new science fiction novel, Tabitha. It’s a spur-of-the-moment thing; it feels like the right thing to do though. What am I saying? It feels like the rightest thing to do in the world. I wanted yous guys to be the first to know.
If you’re already enjoying all the alien gore, sexy voltage and post-apocalyptic action of my novel Tabitha — and let me tell you that you should be (especially since it’s free tonight – click the link on the right if you’re interested) — you’re going to luuurve the sequel. If you’ve already finished Tabitha then you’ll know that it’s absolutely begging for a sequel, which is why I need your brain thoughts in my brain thoughts.
I know you’re fine people, and I really appreciate your feedback. If you’re reading Tabitha I’d love to know what you think in an Amazon customer review. Tell me what you liked; tell me what you hated. Tell me it was a steaming pile of crap. I want to know about everything that works and everything that sucks so I can become a better writer and give you better fiction.
I can use your feedback as I begin planning the sequel, and having all your reviews on Amazon will get more copies of Tabitha into more pairs of paws out there in the world. And that’s like a morphine-high kind of feeling for me, seriously.
I’m a lazy blogger, I know. But now the novel’s finally finished I’m going to make a concerted, nay concrete effort to blog much more regularly. And if you want to find out more about Tabitha’s upcoming superhero adventures… well, this is the place to look my friends.
Oh, and if you don’t know what the hell I’m talking about, download your free copy of my sci fi novel Tabitha there on the right. It’s free, just for tonight. And it makes fantastic casual reading for when you’re on the old porcelain throne.
Anyway, until next time everyone. Actually, let’s make it tomorrow. Yeah, see you tomorrow. Later!