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The Magical Tree

Finally, after many months of juggling work, writing and life in general, The Magical Tree is available. You can find it on both amazon.com and SmashWords:

The Magical Tree – Kindle Edition

The Magical Tree – SmashWords Edition

The cover was done by my cousin (a few times removed, I’m still not sure how all that works) Jackie Reid, she’s a freelance designer (mostly web stuff) and you can catch her here to see her portfolio.

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Into the Rift in Print!

The print version of Into the Rift can be found on Createspace and on Amazon for only $6.99!

Since my first collection of short stories is, well, short, I never had the intention of getting a POD (Print On Demand) version sorted. However, when I mentioned to friends and family that I’d self-published a book, naturally they started asking where they could get their copy. Followed closely by where they could get the print version, since they didn’t want to read it on a computer.

But…but…it’s only 49 pages? It doesn’t make sense to – oh okay, fine. Fine. So, I went through the process, choosing Createspace as my dedicated POD service, and got it done. The proof copy took ages to arrive, being delivered to South Africa, and it took even more time to have it show up in the Amazon store. It’s there now, however, so what are you waiting for? Go grab one!

Trouble Down South

An excerpt from Into the Rift, “The Cloaked Man”, appeared on Katrina Williams’ blog yesterday. Check it out here. If you’re interested, you can also get her book, Trouble Down South and Other Stories by clicking the image below:

Published!

After some hectic scrambling and throwing together of words, covers, formats and what not, Into the Rift is finally available. You can find it on both amazon.com and SmashWords:

Into the Rift – Kindle Edition

Into the Rift – SmashWords Edition

It’s a culmination of some hard work and frantic editing. At the end of it all, I’m feeling a few different things; excited, obviously, but also slightly drained, and most of all, terrified of the thought that someone might actually buy the book and read it. Strange, huh?

Nonetheless, the book is out there and despite my misgivings I’d love for you to sample it, perhaps buy it if you like it. I’d also be thrilled if you were to throw in a review while you were at it. There might be a signed print version in it for you if you do.