I hope the days have been treating you as well as possible.
My days have been going rather well. I’m three chapters into “The Fires of Aurelius,” and I’m loving it. I will be proud to have my name on this book in public.
And that’s why I’m writing this post.
It bothers me to this day that I canceled the pre-order, and I want to make it up to everyone who pre-ordered as best I can. Unfortunately, Amazon does not care to tell us who pre-orders, buys, or KU borrows our stories, so I have to resort to a public announcement.
If you pre-ordered “The Fires of Aurelius” last year, forward me the email confirmation that Amazon sent you or forward me the email notification that the pre-order was cancelled or send me a screen shot of “The Fires of Aurelius” as a cancelled order in your Amazon account. Please, use firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for these emails.
If you do this, I will send you a link where you can get your copy for $1.99.
Now, here’s the dreaded fine print. Because of Amazon’s Terms of Service surrounding Kindle Unlimited (KU), the eBook of “Fires” cannot be available anywhere else while enrolled in KU. Therefore, this offer will have an expiration date of (probably) the week before I publish the novel. As I’m still at the composition stage, there’s lots of time, and I’ll make multiple announcements leading up to the expiration of this offer.
Thank you for your time and interest, and I offer my best wishes to you and yours for the coming days.