Reviews, reviews, reviews (and The Love of Death)
Tuesday, 4 December 2018
Well, the reviews are coming in, and are great! Thank you to everyone that has taken the time to leave a few words, and a star rating when needed. It’s so rewarding after spending so long developing, writing and publishing the his book to finally see what others think. The greatest part of it is seeing how much people have really engaged with the characters and the story, and are asking for more. More on that to come. Within the next few weeks my newest novel The Love of Death will be launched on Unbound, and begin it’s own journey towards publication. It’s a very different type of story altogether, there are no Victorian shenanigans, no murders and definitely no evil underground cults to read about. What there is though is a comic fantasy novel in the Pratchett/Gaiman mould telling the sweet love story of two very different individuals (one being a young woman in her twenties and the other being the angel of death who is considerably older). I will be sharing more about the book soon, but I would very much like it if you were to put your support behind it, like you did so wonderfully with Domini Mortum. The main difference this time around is the paperback pledge level which was not available with Domini Mortum. Ebooks are very good and they have their place but for me there really is nothing like the feeling of a physical book in your hands (especially one that has your name in it as a supporter). With regards to a sequel to Domini Mortum, I can reveal that words are being written at a rate of knots, and a return to the murderous Victorian world of Samuel Weaver awaits. Continued thanks for your reviews, please do take the time to let me, and others know how brilliant Domini Mortum is. Your words and stars really do make a huge difference in the success of the book which all of you helped to make a reality. Thank you Paul
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Publication date: Summer 2018