My new horror novel, The Clinic, has just been released and is available for Amazon Kindle for just $2.99. It should also be free sometime during December if you want to wait and grab yourself a bargain.
On another note, I’m not spending too much time (or any) on this blog so I have created a newsletter to keep those who are interested updated about new releases, free promotions and upcoming projects. You can sign up at: http://eepurl.com/Jq_Ir
I haven’t posted for a while, I’m struggling to find the time, but I have a new book out and I’m working hard on producing a few more in time for Christmas. I’m not as active on social media as I would like to be, but I’m still lurking around somewhere so if you want to drop me a line, feel free to do so.
Humorously quirky and madly surreal, Freddy’s House is an anthology of horror that explores the darkest corners of the human psyche.
The inanimate object that comes to life and haunts you; the overwhelming feeling of revenge that you just can’t fight; the murderous consequences of beauty. All the fears you had when you were young, as well as the ones that you still carry with you, are beautifully contained within this chillingly twisted collection.
Freddy’s House UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Freddys-House-ebook/dp/B00FCX0CNU
Freddy’s House US: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FCX0CNU
Not ideal for UK customers, lot of postage to pay, but they’ll both be available on Amazon (EU and US) in a few days. If you want your copy signed, give me a shout and I’ll see what I can do. I may yet buy some copies in bulk, sign them and sell them myself.
I received the first printed proof of An Idiot in Love yesterday. I spent all day checking it and should have it finished this morning.
I still need to sort the cover (the back and spine is blank) but hopefully it’ll be available to buy in a few weeks. I’m not sure about the price, but it’ll certainly be a lot more than the $0.99 that the ebook sells for.
If you want a signed copy of the book then let me know. I’ll bulk buy a few dozen to sign and sell on myself.
Evergreen is the peaceful, idyllic home for a bustling traveler community. It is home to Patrick Ryan, the figurehead of the community; home to Aidan McCleary, Patrick’s mentor and friend; home to scores of youngsters and generations of families. But now Evergreen is also home to a sadistic serial killer, someone who is targeting the youngsters of this once peaceful community.
They know the killer lives among them, know that one of their own is tearing this small community apart. They want to deal with it themselves, to track down the killer and deliver their own justice, but can they find him before he rips their home apart?
Evergreen is a serial killer thriller/whodunnit with a macabre and sinister slant. A book not for the faint hearted.
Novella length. Approximately 23.000 words (100 pages)
Just a few quick updates. I haven’t been posting much lately.
Forever After will be free on the 9th through to the 11th of this month. Affliction, the sequel, may also be free 4-6 weeks after that, but it’ll never be more than $0.99 anyway.
I’ve just lowered the price of House 23 (Eli Yance) to $0.99 for the next couple of days.
There’ll be a new David Jester novella out in the next week or so: a serial killer horror titled Evergreen. I’m also still working on Yance’s next novel, but it may be a few weeks before I can finish that.
If you want to keep in touch with the new releases, there’s a new feature (at least I think it’s new) on the Amazon Author Central pages. Just click a link on the top right of the page and they’ll email you when there’s a new release by that author.
Don’t forget you can keep in touch with me via Twitter: @DavidJester and @AuthorEliYance, and you can get signed copies of your kindle titles over at Authorgraph.
I set this up a couple of weeks ago but have only just got around to looking into it. If you own any books by Eli Yance or David Jester you can use Authorgraph to request a personalised signature from the author… on your Kindle. Haven’t done it myself so I don’t know how it works, but it seems to be popular. And it’s free.