Or…let's do this right
I failed to give good particulars about this when I got back from DragonCon. And then I failed to post Word of the Day on a regular basis so folks would have a fighting chance at entering the contest. Let's face it: I failed.
I'm making up for it now! Hooray!
At the end of October, I will have two (count them) two books available for your reading pleasure. One is the already available Choices Meant for Gods, which is the first fantasy novel in the Choices trilogy. The second is What Choices We Made, a short story anthology that highlights some characters and backstory from the Choices trilogy. (It also has a deleted scene from the first book and a teaser scene from the second book. Be warned: you will want to shoot me.) The good news about releasing a cliff-hanging teaser in this anthology is that the second book in the Choices trilogy, Choices Meant for Kings, is due to be released shortly. So you haven't long to find out what happens.
But I digress.
The point of this post is to get everyone excited about participating in the Word of the Day contest because, at the end of the contest, October 31, I will draw the name of a winner who will receive (drum roll please) the electronic versions of Choices Meant for Gods and What Choices We Made.
How's them apples?
Both novels will still be available in print editions at that time, but the eBook is easier to get to you. At least, it's easier if you share your e-mail address in some cryptic fashion or another in your message when you participate in the Word of the Day. See today's Word of the Day (next post) to see what I mean…
And good luck to you!
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
Tags: contest, Choices Meant for Gods, What Choices We Made, short story anthology, Choices trilogy, fantasy, dragon