Wednesday, July 16, 2014

The Season of the Witch… RELEASED

Howdy Folks!

Well, a quick drive-by post here, but it's big news!

THE ZEROS & THE SEASON OF THE WITCH is …..AVAILABLE NOW!!  WHOA!!!
are you excited??

Get it at…

Amazon
Barnes & Noble
iTunes
Google Play
Smashwords

What else could you ask for??  A print copy? Well, friend, that is coming soon.  The final proof has been approved and should be live and ready for purchase in the next 24-48 hours!

Holy molly.  I told you… brief news, but BIG news!

What are you waiting for??  BUY IT NOW.  READ IT NOW.

Happy Summertime!!

-Eric

Friday, July 11, 2014

The cover is in!

THE ZEROS AND THE SEASON OF THE WITCH
coming very, very soon...

big props to DEAN KOTZ for artistic wizardry.


Friday, May 30, 2014

Finishing Touches

Evenin' Ladies and Gents,

Your loyal author here, checking in before I turn on a movie and fall asleep early (what else does one do on a Friday night?).

Draft #1 and #1.5 of The Zeros and The Season of The Witch are finished, and now begins the never-ending TYPO SNIPE phase.  Hey, don't give me that look, the writing phase didn't take too long.  God knows there are plenty typos, though, the main drawback of typing 80 words/minute and not looking back.

In addition to editing, tightening, funnying (totally a word?), and just all in all making it better, I am beginning to look at The Zeros and The Empirical Evidence of Stars once again–this time with more outlining–to say nothing of Brick Brannigan is Buried Alive in the Faroe Islands.  Did you read Brick Brannigan is Knee-Deep in Peril yet?  It's not bad!

Patience remains a virtue here at Camp Gil's Grimoire, so drink some cherry Kool Aid and watch The Return of Daimajin, but don't forget to keep checking back.

More news before you know it…

Your author buddy,
Eric

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Novella News

Howdy Pardners,

So I was doing quite well on The Zeros and The Empirical Evidence of Stars, chugging along, cruising to chapter 15 when I hit a bit of a snag: this is infinitely more complicated than The Library of Doom! or The Man Who Could Not Die.  I'm sorting details, doing research (historical!), and trying to get ducks in nice lil rows.  The problem is, that's slowed down the writing process drastically.

So while that's happening, I figured I'd put my nose to the grindstone on a…

*wait for it, wait for it*

…a new novella.


Ah, yes, a new novella.  This puppy is called The Zeros and The Season of the Witch and it is coming together nicely.  New characters, new villains, and a new locale.  I'm working at it and hoping on a summer '14 release.

Stay tuned for more news, as it's surely coming soon (seeing as I'm about a third of the way through it!).

Much love and gratitude,
--Your Loyal Author

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Hey, Why Not?

Evenin' ladies and gents,

I was at work today and I got to thinking. Sometimes I do this. Sometimes it's even about constructive things. Today is just one such example. Recently I've been scrutinizing this whole ebook price thing.  Today I realized that the price was inconsequential as far as I was concerned.

I write because I love to do it.  Why else do it?  I doubt I'll ever get famous doing this, and that's okay.  I like to do it.  So why am I going crazy worrying about pricing?

So guess what?

THEM BOOKS JUST GOT REAL LOW CHEAP.

I hope people read these stories and like them.  That is the most important thing to me.  For the foreseeable future, I am going to keep the books at 99¢.  Why not?

So read up, and I will keep writing.  I've got lots of work to do…

--Your Happy Author (who is watching the snow fall fall fall)


PS.  If you purchased a previous book at full price--$2.99 or $3.99--and you feel particularly miffed that you've parted ways with those 2 or 3 bucks unnecessarily, email me (there's a Contact Me link on the right sidebar).  When my next book comes out, I got an ebook with your name on it, on the house...

-Eric

PPS. At the time of writing this, a lot of the prices haven't changed yet (B&N has the updated prices, but Amazon and iTunes etc are a bit slow. Be patient, dear reader!)

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