My second book baby, The Solitary King, has been out in the world for over a week now, and I’m so proud of how much this little book has achieved so far!
Over sixty preorders for the Kindle ebook, plus over thirty copies sold of all three formats since 31 Jan, and hundreds of pages read in KU. And already a handful of lovely reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. I can’t thank everyone who has bought or borrowed this book enough, I know it’s only my second published book but this launch has surpassed anything I could ever have imagined. I’m so glad everyone is enjoying Aria and Xander’s story!
If you haven’t read book one, The Fair Queen, yet you can get it here.
If you do read The Fair Chronicles, I’d really appreciate if you could leave a quick review on Amazon. It doesn’t have to be long, but reviews are so important for authors, especially us indie authors, and help us to reach new readers.
Thank you so much for supporting me on this crazy self publishing journey! I couldn’t do it without you.
The other thing I’ve been shouting about online this week is the release of Enchanted Kingdoms, an incredible collection of more than 20 novel-length fairytale-inspired stories by a group of bestselling and award winning indie authors. It’s been at the top of the charts all week and even got a shout out from the fabulous Jennifer L. Armentrout!
It’s still 99c on Amazon Kindle, but only if you move quickly, because the price is going back up to $9.99 very soon!
March is National Reading Month in the US and the 4th is World Book Day, so next month will be full of reading and writing and adding to my already vertiginous TBR. I’m most looking forward to reading The Invisible Life of Addie Larue, The Mask Falling and A Court of Silver Flames. What are you hoping to read next?