The release of CHOKEHOLD is just two months away. I have a few spare advance copies of the book that I’d like to do something useful with, so I thought a quick giveaway would be in order. The rules of entry are simple: make some noise online about the new book or the earlier novels in the series (ONE OF US WILL BE DEAD BY MORNING and ALL ROADS END HERE) and I’ll put your name in the hat for an advance copy of CHOKEHOLD. You can post a review, tweet something, post to Facebook or Instagram – anything that helps me get the word out.
Let me know what you’ve done by filling in the form below.
Remember THE BLACK FANG BETRAYAL? It’s a great collaborative novel that I co-wrote with a host of incredible authors last year. The book was put together by James Thorn, and featured connected stories from TW Brown, Michaelbrent Collings, Mainak Dhar, J.C. Eggleton, Glynn James, Stephen Knight, T.W. Piperbrook and J.R. Rain. BOOKTRACK are running a BLACK FANG Halloween competition you might be interested in. Click here or on the image below for more information. You can win a heap of goodies, including a writing class with Thorn and a few free Booktracks written by some guy called Moody…
Have you heard of BOOKTRACK before? It’s a really cool concept. Described as a movie-style soundtrack for ebooks, it adds a whole new level to your reading experience. It’s something I’m very excited about, and I’m even more excited to announce that the first wave of Infected Books Booktracks will be live on the site shortly. More news coming soon.
Today’s the day! STRANGERS is now available everywhere. All pre-orders have been shipped and/ or downloaded, and thanks to everyone who has already picked up the book. You’ll find some handy links at the end of this post if you haven’t yet had chance.
Thanks to those of you who’ve already pre-ordered LAST OF THE LIVING. I wanted to try and tempt a few more of you in…
I mentioned in my last post that everyone who pre-orders will be entered into a draw to win an original AUTUMN manuscript. This is a truly one-of-a-kind prize, and I thought I’d give you a better look at what’s up for grabs.
In my introduction to the new paperback, I talk about hunting through my notes and finding drafts of AUTUMN from as far back as 1997. This is that draft: 400 pages of yellowing A4 paper. The writing’s clunky and rough as hell, and the book needed many more drafts and severe editing before I released it into the wild in 2001, but it’s still recognisably AUTUMN.
I’m sorry it’s taken so long to announce this… Without further ado, please join me in congratulating the following people who will be appearing in THE SPACES BETWEEN novels.
Overall winner (who will appear as a major character in all four books as well as receiving an illustration of themselves in a key scene and signed first editions of all the novels): Alexandria Amorim.
Runners up (who’ll appear as a supporting character in one book each and who’ll receive signed first editions of all the novels): Chris Shaver, Shannon O’Clair, Nicky Downes, and Mitchell Witthread.
I received an incredible three and a half thousand entries to the contest, so thanks to everyone who entered. I’ve drawn an additional ten names which I’m keeping to myself at the moment. I have another project in the early planning stages which involves a serial killer and a large number of victims. I’ll be getting in touch with those ten folks at some point in the future to see if they want to play dead in another new book…
Thanks, everyone, for your tremendous support with this contest. Right – back to writing the books!
There have been a huge number of entries so far (almost 2,500 amazingly). The competition closes after midnight UK time on 31st July, and the winners’ names will be announced shortly thereafter. Good luck!
Oh, and I said there would be one main winner (who appears in all four books in THE SPACES BETWEEN series) and four runners up, but it transpires there may be even more of you being immortalised in print in the near future. Watch this space…!
I was away with the missus last week, a lovely break in the sun that had been delayed for a couple of years. It's funny how time compresses and stretches when you're older. Feels like we waiting forever to only be away for what felt like a few minutes...Anyway, I had a post set up about life's ticking clock to appear while we were away. It should have shared here automatically but it didn't. Here it is: ... See MoreSee Less