Borrowed Magic is now available to buy!
For links to where you can purchase it, go here.
And if you want a chance to win a signed copy, go to my Facebook Page for information on how you can enter!
So, Siege has been out fora week now, and I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who helped make it a success. It’s still in the top 20 on two of Amazon’s free lists and in the top 100 on three others! If you still haven’t downloaded it, click on the “Where to Buy” tab at the top of the page and it will link you to all the places it’s available. And it’s FREE (except for Amazon international, which still hasn’t price matched it yet. But it’s only $.99 or the international equivalent)! And remember Borrowed Magic comes out a week from today!!!!
Also, I wanted to announced two things.
First, as soon as Siege gets 20 honest (yes, be honest) reviews on Amazon, I’ll post the entire first chapter of Borrowed Magic on my website (right now it’s just the first 3 pages). Because I know you all want to see Philip! (If you cross post the review on Goodreads, then I will love you!)
Second, I’m doing a Goodreads giveaway of 3 paperback copies of Borrowed Magic! It’s open for entries until January 31, 2016. Here’s a link to my website where the Goodreads widget right at the top of the page will take you right where you need to go to enter: http://www.sharilamertbooks.com.
Siege, the prequel novella to Borrowed Magic, is available for FREE download today from your favorite online retailer!
Here’s a link to all the places you can order it!
Borrowed Magic comes out two weeks from today and reading Siege is a great way to pass the time.
As an Indie Author, I need your help to spread the word about my books! Here are just a few ways you can help…Thanks in advance!
There’s nothing quite as rewarding as writing the first draft of a manuscript. It’s so fun to get all your ideas finally on paper, to see how they fit together, and to see the characters taking over.
When I was writing my first book, I couldn’t believe how quickly it went. I think the first, really rough draft, was done in about four months. Now I’m onto book 2, and it’s going just as well. In fact, even better. I learned a lot of things while writing the first book. I had to go back and fix a lot. With book 2, I’m trying to avoid those things as I go. Consequently, the first draft of book 2 is so much cleaner.
And now I come to the real news, and why I wanted to post in the first place. I’m up to 30,000 words in the second book. That’s over 100 pages!!! I can’t believe that scenes I thought of almost a year ago are now in print (at least kind of). Some of them are even better than I’d hoped, and a lot of them still need more work, but they’re there, waiting to be read.
I love to see how many hits I’ve gotten in just two days, but I don’t know who has looked. I would love to hear your comments, even if they don’t at all relate to what I wrote about.