Yep, I stalled, ran out of idea, and just plain got bored. I’m not sure why – this is a fun character with a fucked-up family, drug problems, a job going to hell, and a life not too far behind.
But I tend to do stuff and then move onto other things…even though I was all set to write Book 3, Mud.
I’ll get around to it eventually, and probably a lot sooner now that Lighting is finally perma-free.
Yeah, I tried to get this book permanently free on Amazon back in September, but Amazon wouldn’t price match it for some reason. I had the same problem when I tried to make Teaching English perma-free earlier in the year…and that one took the concerted effort of my mailing list and about a dozen emails to Amazon, and that was after the book was free on all the other retailers.
Sometimes it takes Amazon awhile, especially if you’re not a big-name author. Or is that thread with hundreds if not thousands of people asking for help getting perma-free status for their book just a figment of my imagination? (You’ll have to look around as my contributions to that site have been labeled spam, offensive, trollish, and not nice).
The nice thing is that you’ll not find another site with more information on perma-free…just check Google, I’m on the first page, twice.
But I digress.
What is this novel about and why should you download it for free, read its 40 pages, and then leave a glowing review?
Because it’s good, damn good.
Download Lightning for free on Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords and perhaps a few places off the beaten path. Oh, and don’t be afraid to review it either.