One Hell of a Week

Well, here we are. On Monday I published my first novel, Crimes Against Magic, and to be honest, it’s done better than I could have ever imagined. Including getting two 5 star reviews on Amazon.co.uk and entering the top 100 for fantasy in both the US and UK on monday.

Thanks to everyone who purchased a copy, and if you haven’t yet, you can go to amazon.co.uk (link) or Amazon.com (link) to get one. It’s okay, everyone else will wait until you’ve come back.

I’ve spent the last week being incredibly busy and taking over several blogs:

My first stop was for the quite frankly awesome, T.James, in an interview described by one reader as the best they’d ever read. Here

My wonderful crit partner,  Michelle Muto also did an interview with me. Here

The talented J.A Belfield did my third interview this week. Here

D.B. Reynolds has been singing my books praises for a few weeks now. And seeing how she’s also my crit partner and one of the best writers I know, I think it’s only fair that you go over there and read about it. Here

The wondrous, JDwaye has done a superb interview with me. Here

My last interview of the week was done by the incredible Krista Walsh. Here

The prequel to Crimes Against Magic, Small Time Vengeance, is hosted by the delightful, Danielle La Paglia on her flashfriday post. Here

My good friend and fantastic writer, Ken (Bulletwisdom), has been very kind and plugged my book for me. Here

And lastly the great author, L.E. White will be hosting a post of mine tonight. Stop by and give it a read. Here

Before I forget, I’ve been asked a lot this week about the possibility of a paperback copy of Crimes Against Magic. My answer is watch this space. I originally wasn’t going to bother, but as the idea seems very popular I’m going to look into it. A word of warning through, it will be much more expensive than the ebook version. Unfortunately, there’s nothing I can do about that.

So that’s it for this week. Please take the time to look through the posts above, each of them have helped me a lot this week and their posts are all excellent.

And in the mean time, as far as Crimes Against Magic is concerned.

Buy it, buy it, buy it.

All Glory to the Hypnotoad.

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Posted on May 3, 2012, in Annoucement, Crimes Against Magic, Writing and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Oh man, if I hadn’t already bought my copy of CaM, then I would be forced to buy it now. :)
    Must Obey the Hypnotoad!!

  2. ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD – I WILL BUY THE BOOK, I WILL BUY THE BOOK….. THE BOOK…… MUST BUY BOOK…… BOOK BUY…. BUY BOOK…. ….. BOOK….. …..

  3. ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD.
    I’m surprised you have time for any blog post today – you’re clearly a busy guy. Enjoy it, you deserve it.

  4. Hypnotoad? Where? What did I miss? Excuse me now, must dye the road.

  5. Congrats and I hope it does well! Now you can start on the next one!

  6. LOL, great fun, congrats and the hard work is really paying off for you.

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