Often, people ask me how the Traveler's Gate trilogy got so many reviews on Amazon.
My answer: I have no idea. People reviewed it. I rarely ask for reviews, and I always ask for honest opinions. Dishonest reviews serve no one.
And for House of Blades, it took weeks for the reviews to start piling up. The first week or two, I had five reviews on Amazon, and I was grateful to have them. OSAS seems to be going at the same pace, or even a tad faster.
But now, launching a new series, I'm just kind of...waiting. That's boring, so how about we make it a game?
When the two Elder Empire books combined have 10 reviews on Amazon, I'll answer 10 questions here on the blog, in character. I'll respond as anyone from either series, so if you ever wanted to ask Kai a question, or Shera for that matter, now's your chance.
When they have 25 combined reviews, I'll...do something else, TBA, and when they have 50 I'll write a brand-new scene set in the Traveler's Gate universe after City of Light.
So you can do nothing and wait for reviews to stack up, or--if you've read Of Sea and Shadow, Of Shadow and Sea, or both--you can leave an honest review and move us one step closer to the character-specific AMA.
Let's start the new year off right: by tricking me with brutally difficult questions that I don't know how to answer. Fun!
"Besides, she'd get another crack at the monster in the morning."
I've written so much that words now look weird. Especially "weird."
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