I'm doing some promos leading up to the publication of my new title.
First off, for the next few days, anyone with a taste for psychological thrillers can download a Kindle copy of Roadrage at a significantly reduced price (link at the bottom of this blog). It’s managed to retain 4.04 on Goodreads after sixty-eight reviews/ratings, and there are more reviews available on the Amazon sites. You have until Saturday 27th October to purchase a Kindle copy for 99p in the UK, or $0.99 if you’re in the United States. The book is normally priced at £3.99 and $4.95 on Kindle, so it’s a genuinely good offer.
This promo will overlap with the arrival of a new print edition of Niedermayer & Hart (a new Kindle version will be available simultaneously, and for a short time, this too will be at a reduced price), which I’m bringing out to precede the publication of its follow-on title. I’m really pleased that we’ve also been able to achieve a better price for readers at £8.99 and $12.95.
We’ve been working really hard at Odd Dog Press, and the covers for both books beautifully complement each other. The aim has been to create an instantly identifiable ‘brand’ for these two books, which are the first and second parts of a trilogy. The art-work is exquisite. I’m looking at the proof copy of Niedermayer & Hart as I write this blog, which only arrived in the post yesterday, and I am over the moon with the results. I’ll be posting the first pictures of the covers shortly. Don’t get me wrong, there was nothing wrong with the original cover of Niedermayer & Hart (which also remains available while stocks last), in fact, numerous people have written to me expressing their appreciation for its artwork. However, we felt it didn’t really give potential readers quite enough information, and may even have misled some people into thinking it was historical romance of some kind, Gott in Himmel! These exciting covers were created for me by my talented son, Tom Johnson. The new ebook and paperback of Niedermayer & Hart will also include a sneak preview of the prologue to its sequel.
Finally, in just under two weeks’ time, hopefully coinciding with Halloween, my new title Wilhelm & Laszlo will be published. If you read Niedermayer & Hart recently, or have an astounding memory, then you'll have an inkling of the direction things are going in the sequel. If it’s a while since you read it and can’t remember, then there’s still time to brush up! And any newcomers to this unsettling little world, can soon download a Kindle copy at the offer price for little more than the price of a postage stamp.
Here are the links for Roadrage: