One week in, and we're making progress
Wednesday, 20 February 2019
So, one week into the new campaign and already 22 people have supported my new book, The Love of Death. This is fantastic progress, but I'm thinking that I'll probably need around 300 people putting their support behind the book in order to make it to the magic 100%. The Love of Death is a Rom-Com. Yes, you read that correctly, the author that brought you grisly Victorian horror and ghastly supernatural murder in Domini Mortum has written something funny and it's a love story too. There is of course a terrible twist to the story. The main protagonist of the book who falls madly in love, is none other than the Angel of Death himself, the Grim Reaper, the Soul Taker, the... Well he's just a bit different from you and me. If you like the sound if this story and want to find out more then head over to the Unbound page where you'll be able to find out more, watch a very cute animated video about the story (which I am very proud today I created myself) and even read an excerpt. After doing all this you can move on to the most important part which is supporting the book by pre-ordering your copy. When enough people have pre-ordered The Love of Death and I have hit my target, the book will move into production and you will very soon get your own copy, with your name listed in it as someone who made it happen. How very cool is that? I'll be writing updates once a week throughout the process, giving insights into its creation, perhaps some video blogs if I can get over my terrible fear of seeing my face in photos and videos, and interviewing other authors, in my own very special way. So please join me on this campaign. Get your pre-order in, tell your friends and family and we'll get this book in the shops quicker that the Grin Reaper can take a soul. P x
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