Shoot me an email at email@example.com.
How about a blog update? It’s been a few months since we, your adoring fans (was that too strong?), have heard from you. I’m hoping we’ll see a progress update on your next story as well, but just blurb about how you liked Riddick will do.
Why do you just assume that I’ve seen Riddick? Do I seem like that big of a geek? (Bee-tee-dubs: Riddick was awesome.)
See now, that’s just irritating. I visit your site periodically to get updates and find out when I can expect to find your next book is coming out and find nothing. I look you up on Amazon and see it was published last week. No gold star for you!
After spending too many hours playing Fallout on my Xbox, I was bored out of my mind and looking for something entertaining during Christmas vacation. I browsed through Amazon and saw little enough that peeked my interest. I then checked my favorite authors to see if anything was released that I didn’t see and stumbled across your newest release which I bought immediately. Now I can sit back in contentment and enjoy a little light entertainment.
Have a happy holiday and let me know if the dragon eats that meddlesome hobbit.
Hey, are any of your other Superheroes in Prose books going to be recorded? I enjoy listening to them, as I haven’t the time to sit and read anymore.
Yes, we’re doing more. The narrator, Bryan Reid, just has a lot going on right now. Book 3 has been recorded and is in the process of being edited. I have heard an early draft of it–and it’s awesome. I promise it will be worth the wait.
Would you consider trying to get a short story in the next Pen And Cape Society anthology? I like your stories and that might introduce some more readers to your work.
Thanks for reading, Edwin.
Sure, I’d be interested. I’m committed to four projects in the next eight months though (three of which release in March). I’m not sure what kind of time frame you’re looking at, but–if that isn’t too long–shoot me an email with the deets when you get a chance: firstname.lastname@example.org
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