Tera over at Succubus.net had done a review of Disturbia. You can find it right here: http://www.succubus.net/blog/2012/04/27/a-review-of-disturbia-by-niall-teasdale/
And tomorrow morning I’ll be putting Book 6, Hammer of Witches, up on Smashwords and Amazon. Next week the second Thaumatology anthology will be available. Busy me.
A few things to post:
From the 4th to the 10th of March, Smashwords will be running “Read and Ebook Week.” You’ll be able to use special coupons to get many an eBook cheap or free. I’ve enrolled the Thaumatology books which are already on Smashwords; Thaumatology 101 will be available FREE!! for a week, with the others at $1.50 for the same period. Use coupon code RE100 for Thaumatology 101 and REW50 for the others, and don’t forget, that’s from the 4th. While you’re at it, grab a few other cheap books!
Tera over at www.succubus.net has done another review, this time of Dragon’s Blood. You can find her take on the fourth Thaumatology novel over at Smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/127324).
Tera over at succubus.net has done another review, this time of Legacy. You can find it over on her blog: http://www.succubus.net/blog/2012/01/06/a-review-of-legacy-by-niall-teasdale/
You can also read it on the Legacy book page on Smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/116370) and at the Amazon page (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006OKR8PK), and I should add my thanks to Tera for being so thorough with her reviews.
As mentioned in the review, the next book, Dragon’s Blood, is coming out soon. The exact date has not been fixed yet, but it should be around the beginning of February. The short stories she mentions in her review, along with a new, unpublished one will be collected into an ebook and released free on Smashwords and possibly Amazon within the next couple of weeks. (The biggest delay on the short stories is likely to be the cover. I haven’t come up with one yet.)
Tera over at succubus.net has written another excellent review, this time of Demon’s Moon. I say excellent because, well yes, she likes the book and my ego thanks her for that, but also because she really does take the time to put down why she likes it. It’s great to see someone really getting into the stories and enjoying the characters.
Tera’s review can be seen on the Demon’s Moon book page on Smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/102265) and on Amazon. It’s also available from the succubus’ mouth, so to speak, on Tera’s blog: http://www.succubus.net/blog/2011/12/30/a-review-of-demons-moon-by-niall-teasdale/.
And don’t forget, Demon’s Moon is still available at half price using coupon EA57U until January 6th.