Treading Twisted Now Free

Huzzah, happiness and good things – it’s Read an Ebook Week. Consequently, every single one of my books – the whole Treading Twisted series as it currently stands, from The Chosen Voice all the way to A Courtesy Call – is free at Smashwords until 12 March when you use the code RW100. A whole series … as it currently stands … for free is a pretty good deal, I think. By partaking of this offer also, you make a humble author most happy 🙂

You can have a lovely browse of the series right here on my Smashwords author page.

Would love any feedback, critique, support, manic grinning of enjoyment … anything you’d like to offer that you get out of my stories. I hope there is much said manic grinning of enjoyment … if you enjoy them. Thanks in advance to all the lovely people for your support and hope to hear good things from you!

Book 6 Happened Too

Book 6, A Courtesy Call, was out about a month and a half ago now. I fixed up the Treading Twisted Lines page and such but, of course, neglected to actually post. Shall do so now 🙂

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When privileged Darren Brown stumbles upon a body outside his apartment, the idealistic but naïve student attempts to do right by the victim. Unfortunately, in Oshi Daini, alerting police is not enough to trigger justice.

Treading Twisted Lines is a story cycle (previously short story cycle) set in the Four Free Areas, a technologically advanced world where Gods watch from rivers and fantastical arts are practiced by wizards and priests. It is the normal roughly $US0.99 from all the good places – Amazon, Smashwords, Apple iTunes, Barnes & Noble, Kobo eBooks and so on.

Thought of posting due to other Treading Twisted thoughts. Like thinking ahead to distant books when I should be working on Book 7. And consistently planning Treading Twisted stuff when I’m trying to write an unrelated novel. Hard to focus – been wondering if it’s time to attempt a hard copy collection of the first six (plus Book 5.1 …) stories. Did want a few more in each collection, but Book 4 is a long one … Also it seems Amazon.com now supports giveaways for eBooks. May be looking into that soon. I know they’re short and inexpensive, but free stuff is always nice 🙂