At least in the northern hemisphere, February is officially the worst month (no offense to those born during it). It’s cold and grey and dark, there aren’t any big holidays to get excited about, and spring is still so far away the it seems like it will never get here. With that in mind, I have an offering that will hopefully make your February a little less crappy!
How about two full chapters from The Children of the Sun, more than fifteen THOUSAND words, that are completely free of spoilers because they are set in ancient Egypt and tell the story of how Ashayt came to be Ashayt-Sa. Interested? I hope so, because that’s what I’ve got for you, and the best news is that it’s totally free!
Well, OK, it’s totally free if you get it through Smashwords. If you got through Amazon or Barnes & Noble it’ll cost 99 cents. Please note that Smashwords offers formats that are supported by both the Kindle and the Nook, so the ONLY reason to get it from anywhere other than Smashwords is if you feel it’s super-convenient to just go through the other website and not have to manually transfer it to your device, and you therefore find it worth a buck for that convenience.
Anyway, enough with the talking. Here is where to get Amun Sa and the Girl from the Desert:
- Get it free from Smashwords – works with Kindle, Nook, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Sony Reader, Kobo, and pretty much any other device ever.
- Get it for 99 cents from Amazon (Kindle only)
- Get it for 99 cents from Amazon UK (Kindle only)
- Get it for 99 cents from Barnes & Noble (Nook only)
That’s all there is to it! Big thanks to Karla Ortiz for providing the kickass artwork that you see above (and in the book). She comes up with amazing visuals of my characters. Thanks also to Lauren for once again helping me dot the I’s, cross the T’s, and kill about a million unnecessary commas.