It is with bittersweet emotion that I officially announce the transition from Amazon self-published to represented by Three Furies Press. Yesterday I removed Atom & Go: Genesis from the Amazon bookstore. Now it is an out of print classic.
While the old has passed, I am more than ecstatic with the future. To say that writing has been a lifelong dream is an understatement.
For a state-of-the-WIP address, Atom has crossed paths with a pair of treasure hunters in search of a ship lost during one of the frequent wars in the God’s Hand Galaxy. While the ship may take them off their plotted course, Atom and the crew decide its a risk worth looking into. A couple new characters have entered the scene: a bio-enhanced assassin and a semi-rogue imperial captain who has lived on the fringes of society for too long to care about anything more than the treasure.
As to what the riches at the end of the journey might be, who can say, I haven’t reached that point in the story.
Shifting gears to current marketing, I’ll be at Twin-Tiers Comic-Con this weekend. Come out and visit. I’ll be selling the last 1st edition copies of Atom & Go: Genesis and hopefully communing with my people.
If any of you who have bought and read the book have time, it would mean the world to me if you could leave a review on Amazon. At the moment the sale link is unavailable, but reviews can be left and will be transferred to the new book when it is released in July. If I can get six more reviews it bumps me up a level in Amazon’s charts and they will start promoting my book within the site.
Lastly, if you haven’t checked me out on Twitter, feel free to link up with me there. I tend to share quicker thoughts and questions and some pictures of Willow.
In the end, keep on reading and keep flying the black.