Boo. Whatever.

I was up until 03h00 waiting for Amazon to load the new book so I could make some capital out of it being, you know, Halloween. Since I was publishing a book sub-titled, you know, the Halloween edition.

Well, the best laid plans of mice and men gang aft agley and it only published at 08h30 this morning. Pretty sure Halloween was over for 2014 everywhere in the world by then, so that’s a lesson learned and the first and last time I try to publish on a ‘celebrity’ date. Although Three Four was published on April Fools Day, now that I think back, but perhaps there isn’t such a rush to publish on 1st April.

Anyway, here it is. For the thousands upon thousands of you who like to grab my books in their first few days, when they’re on promotion price. Don’t come whining to me if there are eleven twelve (2)oddities and glitches, that’s why they are cheap for the first few days. It used to be because I hoped to get a few friendly reviews before the new book soared to its teeth-rattling full price but that hasn’t been happening much lately. I know, I know. Those of you that do reviews have done some already, and don’t see why I need one on every single book.

WOW, am I crotchety. Blame Amazon and the 03h00 bedtime. Blame the cat for waking me at 06h30 by bringing a live bird into the bedroom. Blame the bird for being so paranoid it was 07h30 before it finally decided the window was open to the full for its benefit and not because I wanted howling Scottish gales roaring through the house.

If wishes were horses that cat’s tail would have been stood upon pretty heavily by now.

4 thoughts on “Boo. Whatever.

  1. I don’t think anyone would blame you for being a bit crotchety after all that. How very irritating! However I have just bought your book, warts and all and will of course review in time however as I’ve only just bought Three Four I am way behind and…well you know how it is…time and all that!!

    • Oh, you absolute star! but you know that having reviewed already, you could have claimed the book from me, right? Yell when you’re ready for Five Six, then, and thanks very much indeed, I don’t know how you find the time 🙂

      And yes I am reading rapidly and it doesn’t matter how often I check a Kindle simulation, when I read it for real I always pick up at least one wart which escaped me, the brilliant beta readers, and my long-suffering editor. Tchah.

      • I know, but I got it in an attempt to be supportive! I have to say my reading at the moment is very slow so don’t expect miracles – actually I need a holiday so I can crack through 5 or 6 books in a week!! As you say it doesn’t matter how many times you go through something you still find something glaring though I’m hoping Before the Dawn is tighter than book 1 – or at least no one has said anything to me yet!! Haha 🙂

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