Smart aleck that he is, he quipped, “For only three payments of 33 cents each!”
Ah, no, though – sorry, it must be a full payment of ninety-nine cents; no payment plans are available. There’s also no special knife sets or fantastic gadgets that slice, dice, and even juliennes fries!
However I do have a “But wait, there’s more!” It’s not the only book in the series, so if you like it, you have a second book to read, and there’s even a third book being written, which will be out sometime in 2019!
And don’t forget, the book is available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and several other formats!
It’s a very cool thing to find one’s books listed in a new outlet – so seeing my books listed on Walmart’s website was fantastic!
It doesn’t look like they have an author page so one can list all of one’s books and have folks search by author, but yep, they’re there. They use the Kobo format, so if you prefer your ebooks in Kobo, they’ve got ’em!
If you’re new to my books, You might give Sword’s Edge a try, the first book in its series, or the first novel in my other series: Deuces Wild: Beginners’ Luck, which is on sale this month for only $0.99!
Of course, if you prefer other ebook formats, or would rather have a print book, you can choose your favorite from the offerings on my site:
Do you like Firefly? Ah, who doesn’t? In any event, I’ve got a treat for you!
For the month of September, I’m offering the ebook of the first novel in the Deuces Wild series for $0.99 in honor of um… well, I’m sure I’ll think of something. Oh, I’ve got it! Firefly premiered in September of 2002. Can you believe it’s been sixteen years?
We need more spacey, westerny fun! So I’m doing my part!
And yes, since you ask, this series has been compared to Firefly:
Author L. S. King gives us a series which combines the best Western vibe of Butch and Sundance with the space-faring vigor of Joss Whedon’s Firefly. This is a new series whose elements feel familiar, but whose treatment is entirely fresh.
– Johne Cook
Editor, Ray Gun Revival magazine
Check out this first book, and if you like it, snag the second. The third book is due out in 2019.
Just loved reading this book. The characters, the flow, the story telling made it a very nice read. Too many authors get so technical that it is at the expense of the most important aspect of writing. . . . .the ART of story telling. After completing this book, my next action was to order the second book. I also picked up all three books of another series from this author because I know the caliber of storytelling so I know it will all be delicious reading. My review is in what I buy, and as you can tell I put my money where my review is.
Today was so superb! Not only did I have a booth in between two great writers and author friends (Will Hahn and Bobbie Palmer), but I saw many other friends as well and some great cosplay. (And I got to hug lots of the Doctor! Wheeeee!)
So all of that in and of itself made it a fantastic day, but something else made it even better. I had folks come up to my table exclaiming about my new book. It wasn’t always the same one either. Quite a few wanted the second book of the Deuces Wild series, Stacking the Deck, and some wanted Children of the Enaisi (book two of the Sword’s Edge Chronicles). When they found out there was also a prequel that takes place 1,000 years before, quite a few snatched that one up too.
I got home to a private message from someone who wants book four (when its released) for a gift for a family member who is a big fan of my books. And a FB post mentioning me from someone at the Con who loves my writing.