Knight’s Haven is down to the proofreading and is available for pre-order at Amazon for December 21. I’m considering putting my non-free books exclusively at Amazon for a three month trial period. The number of sales at all other retailers combined, in a three month period, doesn’t add up to a single good day on Amazon. After almost two years, my combined royalties through Smashwords (the book aggregator that sends the books to ibooks, Kobo, and Barnes and Noble) hasn’t quite crested the forty dollar mark. Even in the world of self-publishing that’s terrible. So, for the rare people who did buy my books through one of those venues, I apologise for the inconvenience of having to go through Amazon to get the rest of the series. There’s nothing amazing about my Amazon sales either, or Amazon in general, but doing so will streamline the publishing process at my end. As I said, it will be a three month trial, and if I see no improvement in my numbers at Amazon, I’ll republish those eBooks elsewhere.
I’m about halfway through the first (rough) draft of book 5, for those reading the Legend of the White Sword series. Thanks for reading.
I’ve finished the first draft of Knight’s Haven, the fourth book in the Legend of the White Sword series, and I’ve put the second and third books of the Alien Documentaries and the Arros Chronicles, respectively, on hold for the time being. The interest levels in those series borders on nonexistent. Since people are actually reading the White Sword books, I’m considering finishing that series before going back to the others. That may change if I tire of Jack and Ivy and need a break from them. With all that said, I expect to publish Knight’s Haven before the end of the year, or on Jan 1/17 at the latest. To the people who have reviewed any of my books or otherwise taken the time to let me know you liked them… Thank you.