“… the stories and the mind behind them are first rate”
– Janis Ian, 4 star review from Assassin
Checked the shadows lately? Assassin is free and afoot, but not for much longer! Snag this story while supplies last…oh, well, it’s digital, so they’ll last forever. But it won’t be free forever. Grab it now!
If you’ve already read it, could you tear yourself away from Grimm long enough to write a short review? Quick, painless, and a huge help to me. For your convenience (flourish)…the direct links to Assassin’s review sites!
A thousand year old sword loses its magic and a kingdom hangs in the balance…
A young prince must make a terrible choice to stop a war…
If you didn’t avail yourself of my Six Day Fantasy Swag back in June, here’s your chance to clean up, once again (minus the horrifying and soul-crushing Seven Into the Bleak...though even that’s only $.99!).
For a limited time, Sword of Kings and Assassin and will be free on back-to-back four day runs:
Get lost in these tales of high fantasy—Sword of Kings and Assassin—both FREE over the next eight days on Amazon, starting tomorrow, September 2.
My only request: if you like what you’ve read and I managed to take you away from the cares of this dimension for even a short time, please consider writing a review and sharing the story with one other person. Handy links direct to review sites will be provided in a few days when I announce the closing of the sale.
This is a breakdown of a recent KDP Select experiment (a six-day sale 6/22-6/26) I ran on three short fantasy titles of mine—Sword of Kings, Assassin, and Seven Into the Bleak—to see if visibility for one would mean sustained visibility for all. Read Part I here.
As many of you know, in an attempt to promote some of my shorter fantasy titles, I recently (June 22-26) held a six-day sale of three of my short stories: Sword of Kings, Assassin, and Seven Into the Bleak. I thought I’d give an analysis of what I was aiming for, what I achieved, and some of the lessons learned.