Limited Time Offer!!

Oh, sorry about that super sleazy salesman title, but I’ve been listening to hours upon hours of marketing podcasts and yesterday’s listening binge ended with the sage advice, “Putting ‘Limited Time Offer’ at the top of any sale is the best way to boost interest.” I mean, no one likes to miss out, right?

But it’s true. We’re nearing the final days of my own limited time offer. So if you haven’t taken advantage of it yet, you better get your cyber-shopping fingers moving by 30 November because time’s a tickin’ to  pick up both The Maze  and The Trials of Hercules for only 99 cents each…that’s over 65% off the retail price!!

And in case you’re just stumbling across this blog, The Maze is the newly released third book in my historical fantasy series the Osteria Chronicles in which Greek myths, god, and heroes come to life as you’ve never seen them before. Again, you can pick up The Maze at gobs of online retailers for only 99 cents through the end of the month.

Of course, you can’t just jump into a series smack dab in the middle, which is why I’ve also priced the first book, The Trials of Hercules, at 99 cents to get you started.

But Wait There’s More

Since I know many of you out there LOOOOOVE print books as much as I do and some you have an epic/historical fantasy fiction fan on your list who deserves something special for not being naughty (or perhaps being naughty in just the right way), my Three for $30 Deal will continue from now through the end of the year.

What is the Three for $30 Deal? Glad you asked…

The Three for $30 Deal a super fabulous and exclusive offer to  get all three books in the series for only $30 (plus shipping*). That’s over $13 off the retail price!! To get this deal, just email me, let me know you’re interested, and we can proceed from there (I promise, it’s a very easy and relatively painless).

I’ll Be Back

That’s it for this week. Apologies for the quick and dirty sales pitch, but I’m chin deep in rewriting   The Bonds of Osteria (book four of the series), learning a whole new email system, and studying how to make my future shine brighter than Rudolph’s nose.

Since I’m barely keeping up with my to-do list (I mean, geez, I didn’t even have time to put a cat meme in this post), I’m forcing Finn McSpool to take another week off from his blog super-stardom and won’t be posting this Saturday.

We will both be back next week, however…I’ll be here Wednesday with some hard facts and revelations, and Finn will finally make an appearance on 9 Dec. to show off the mess he’s been making of my kitchen lately.

See you then and Happy Reading!!!

*shipping is based on your location. Approximate shipping to the continental US is about $5, to Europe $9.50, to Canada $11, and to Australia $14. 

If you are planning to order the bundle for holiday giving, please keep in mind shipping to addresses within the US and Canada takes about 10-14 days, while shipping to addresses beyond North America takes up to 30 days.

10 thoughts on “Limited Time Offer!!

    1. Oh geez, I completely let this comment slip by my comment-detecting radar! Funny you should mention Team Iolalus considering what I have planned in the final book of the series. Sorry I made you hate Herc, but at least that proves my writing can evoke emotions, right!?

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  1. Oh wow, I’m glad I’m not the only one who’s super-busy right now! Good luck with it all… I’ll be tucking into my own copy of “The Maze” as my reward for surviving this week! 😀

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    1. This weekend I was remembering fondly a time only a few weeks ago when I had a few hours during which I felt bored. Man, I’d like to time travel back to those few hours. Best of luck with your own crazy week, although personally I’d opt for consuming something with at least a 6% ABV for a reward…maybe while reading a book.

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      1. Being bored? What’s that? 😂 I must put it on my list of things to do in January… A list which is getting so long at this point that I might have to push “boredom” back until late February or early March! I reckon you’re into something with that book’n’beer reward scheme though… The idea of relaxing with a pint and a good book when all my work is done is mighty appealing!

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