Sunday Surprise


And as I’ve been hinting for months now, here’s the new covers of the old books – Future Earth Chronicles Books 1 to 5!

Raj and Bel have gone home, but the Rainbow Towns Band is still out there. Follow the rest of the gang in their wanderings all over Earth… in the next five – Future Earth Chronicles Books 6 to 10!

After struggling to update on Amazon books that had been set up as pre-orders in the past years (three in this series and one in another) and considering that pre-orders don’t do much for me, I won’t set them up for the next five (and a half…), but you’ll be able to binge-read the whole series around November! 🙂

And I have another Smashwords giveaway… if you feel so inclined! Keep in mind that you only have to register for Smashwords, and unless you tell me, I’ll never know you downloaded the book. You won’t be signed up on a newsletter and you’ll be able to get for free what is at 99c elsewhere… so hop off to Smashwords to grab your free copy of Future Earth Chronicles Shorts!

code for Future Earth Chronicles Shorts

The code is: VU68C

The code expires on: 2020-10-31

If you want more info, check out the series page… Have a great Sunday! 🙂

Random Friday


Random randomness: I’m finally reading my bundles co-authors and at the same time I’m exploring new subgenres. I’ve used the Wikipedia entry for my steampunk short, but do you have any favorite steampunk novel and what do you like about it? Please leave your suggestions in the comments, thank you! 🙂

Also, it’s the Year of Writing Madly, but at the same time I’m thinking of pulling out of the drawer my 12th century historical novel, edited a long time ago (before the craft online workshops) by Nikalee, and decide if I actually want to put it out there or not.

For the new people, it’s a project that had a screenplay version and that I turned into a novel at the beginning of this blog – an 8-year-old bloke, in case you were wondering. If you check the archives, you can probably read about it around 2012.

I guess that after my sci-fi sting, I’ll get back to it and make up my mind about it. Reading about 12th century Europe/Holy Land might help me getting back to Silvery Earth – although the next heroine lives at a time where magic is almost gone and she’s more a renaissance woman than a medieval lady (Angelica de Winter’s story is set AFTER BoI – Earth).

And then I’ll read a steampunk novel for the next book in one of my series. Don’t forget to leave your recommendations in the comments below! Have a great weekend! 😀

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