Here is what we are going to talk about today: My book is now listed on Amazon.com. The download for Kindle isn’t available yet, bu Amazon says it should be in like two days.
At this moment, this is the most successful I’ve ever been as an author. Snap to myself.
Even though the ebook is not yet available (which is where I think I’ll see all my sales), it would greatly please me if people who have read My Blood Approves
(Preferably positive, but honest always works for me too).You can create your own review: here
This is a different version than you’ve read, though, because I edited a lot, to make it cleaner, faster, fancier, and all around better. So when it is available for ebook (for the low, low price of $.99 – that’s less than a penny a page!!!), you might want to download it.
Or, if you’re really zealous, you can buy a paperback copy now. (Note: My book makes a great gift!)
I’ve made changes to Fate
(the second book), and that should be up on Amazon soon. Assuming this whole My Blood Approves
thing works out favorably.
“Seventeen-year-old Alice Bonham’s life feels out of control after she meets Jack. With his fondness for pink Chuck Taylors and New Wave hits aside, Jack’s unlike anyone she’s ever met. He does things shouldn’t even be humanly possible, but she can’t help but feel safe with him.
Then she meets his brother, Peter. His emerald eyes pierce through her, and she can barely breathe when he’s around. Even though he can’t seem to stand the sight of her, she’s drawn to him.
But falling for two very different guys isn’t even the worst of her problems. Jack’s family holds a secret, one that threatens Alice with mortal danger…“
Enticing? Exciting? Enchanting? Yes, its all of the above and so much more!
I’d really like your feedback and support in all of this, because… who doesn’t love feedback and support, right? Plus, this is almost a big step, and its kinda scary. At least for me.
Here is the link to My Blood Approves
(which I’ve actually linked throughout the page.) Or you can go to Amazon.com and type in “Amanda Hocking,” and it takes you to it. (That’s exciting too. At least for me.)
And on a final note: SouthLAnd. It’s an amazing brilliant TV show and shouldn’t be cancelled. (You can sign a petition here: http://bit.ly/c5P6xN. It’ll be well worth it.)