I’m happy to inform readers that the new dark fiction novel I’ve spoken about so much is finally on the bookshelf. It’s done and published. Thank you for coming! Read on for more details on how you can get a free copy of my novel SEETHINGS.
Independent publishing is a long process – a challenging journey from conception to a finished product as a bound book. It’s far more than simply writing something, dreaming up ideas, and then writing a bit more. There’s the plot mapping, character development, editing, text formatting, the cover graphic (and title) and then the promotion of it. Once a new book is released, it goes to find its audience. Unfortunately, this doesn’t happen easily or automatically. That responsibility comes down to the same person who writes the darn thing. (Holidays may come in the next life. *lol*)
WordPress readers, indie-author supporters, and all dark fiction fans, now have an opportunity to join this trip of mine while enjoying a new and original novel: SEETHINGS 2. To encourage genuine reviews on Goodreads, I’d like real readers to come on board and take part in my indie-publishing journey. If you like supporting indie authors and/or dark fiction, come and do a short review. In return, I’ll do something for you. Order a copy of SEETHINGS 2, review it on GR, AND I’ll send you a signed paperback of SEETHINGS, the prequel. Just follow this link to the page where you can download it and get reading.
Enjoy the new book, do a review, get a free signed book in the post, and have a great day knowing you did something good for independent publishing!
p.s. A synopsis is available at the end of the link.
A Sailing Affair
Two Random Victims
‘Forman’s writing style is artful, with the protagonist Mitchell’s warped thought processes masterfully exposed. The author has a powerful and vivid command of language and his word pictures are stark and disturbingly real.’
-Linda J Bettenay, author of ‘Secrets Mothers Keep’ and ‘Wishes For Starlight’
3 thoughts on “Dammit! It’s Out! New Novel Ready For Reading!”
Thank you. It’s a journey, isn’t it? -M
The toughest, if we want to keep at it.