In an attempt to cater to those who still read paperbacks--like book-burners, grandmothers, and witches--we released Ghostwater's paperback edition a little earlier this time! It's available now!
Also, today through the 23rd, the Unsouled ebook is free! Of course, if you have Kindle Unlimited, it's free all the time. But uh...now you can keep it!
For those of you who haven't heard from me since the Ghostwater release, let me fill you in: Ghostwater is selling very well. We've sold over fifteen thousand copies, which is quite fast, and there are over 290 reviews on Amazon. Which is blazing fast. That's much quicker than any of my other titles have ever collected reviews.
Plus, it's currently rated a 4.9/5. Which is pretty great.
So thanks for all your support! It's been a very exciting book release for me, and I'm already hard at work on my next project: a historical romance in which Victorian-era London itself has been murdered, and only an ex-detective prostitute can solve the crime.
(Jk, it's Kings and Killers.)
EDIT 2: Finally, two and a half days later, the book is up in the UK, India, France, and Brazil! Just now! I have no idea why it took Amazon so long, nor why those domains all went up at the same time, but the book is available at last!
EDIT: I know it still isn't available in the UK, India, Brazil, or France. I have no idea why. Amazon often uploads to different regions at different times, but never before so staggered or so late. I've been calling and submitting support tickets, but I'll let you know when the book finally goes live in those regions.
It's been available in other regions for a while now, but finally it is available in the US! Get it now!
(Still not up in the UK as far as I can tell.)
Shout out to the fans on Discord, who stayed up all night with me waiting. I was getting loopy there by the end; never thought it would take this long.
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