Today sees us at the halfway point of the book tour and so far it’s all going swimmingly. Thanks to everyone that’s been following along and those that are hosting me along the way. Some of the timing is a bit up and down, but that’s what happens when you have posts hosted in Australia, then the US and now South Africa. Ah, the interwebz truly is a global party.
Before I announce today’s post, I just wanted to point out something that may not have been very clear thus far. The early post of the tour, my interview at Smashwords, announced a special offer running throughout the tour. That special offer is that for the duration of the tour (until July 29th) you can get ebook editions of both RealmShift and MageSign for just US$1 each. This is an offer exclusive to Smashwords. The beauty of that is that Smashwords offer the books in a variety of formats, including Kindle friendly .mobi editions.
To get your special priced copies all you have to do is enter a discount code at the checkout. This will change the price from the usual US$3.50 to a special price of US$1. Go here for RealmShift and enter code ZR95S at the checkout; go here for MageSign and enter SF97B at the checkout. And don’t forget that you can get my novella Ghost Of The Black: A ‘Verse Full Of Scum from Smashwords for free all the time. Click here to grab your copy of that. Please spread the word about this special offer and hopefully lots of people will take advantage of getting two novels for just two bucks. Can’t say fairer than that.
Meanwhile, (I need a spinning Batman-style cut scene here) back on the book tour:
Today’s post is something a bit different. Joan De La Haye is an author from South Africa with a penchant for demons. Every Friday she has a Demon Friday post at her blog and talks about a different prince of hell. As demons are a theme that crops up from time to time within my books (not to mention the Devil himself being a primary character in RealmShift) Joan was kind enough to give this Demon Friday over to me. Rather than talk about a particular demon, I decided to chat about the nature of demons generally, what they are, where they come from and so on. So without further ado: