This August is proving to be a wonderful month indeed. Recently, No Honor in Death found itself in good company on the Kobo retail site. Now, it’s the turn of Black Sword, my most recent novel. What more could I ask for? If you’re a Zack Decker fan and you haven’t read his latest adventure yet, you don’t know what you’re missing!
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It’s said, not without some truth, that you can judge someone by the company they keep. If that applies to authors as well, I invite you to contemplate what the screen capture from the Kobo ebook retailer website, taken today, says about yours truly and the company his novel No Honor in Death keeps!
A good friend of mine and fellow author, Angela Ripley, interviewed me about my transition from corporate drone to living the dream life of a full-time author for her blog. You’ll find the transcript at A Self-Publishing Success Story.
I seem to be doing better than I could ever imagine since I published The Path of Duty, and want to take a moment to thank all the readers who’ve downloaded not only my latest work in the last two weeks, but my earlier ones as well. I’m tickled pink at the idea that new readers are discovering and enjoying Siobhan Dunmoore for the first time. As well, this morning, I woke to the surprise of featuring among the top 100 best-selling science-fiction ebook authors on amazon.com. No doubt it’ll be a brief and shining moment, but it was immensely gratifying for the ego to see nonetheless.
Since success breeds success, I’m happy to say that I’ve just passed the fifty page mark on the first draft of Siobhan Dunmoore Book 3. I’ve still got months of work to do, but the encouragement I’m getting from readers is going to help move things along.
Enjoy your weekend. I’ll be heading for the woods again, to take a few hours far away from the city, my computer and any noise other than that made by the wind in the trees and the little critters in the undergrowth.