I hope all is well with you. This is just a quick note to let you know that the sequel to Trespass goes on sale officially today.
Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered a copy. I can't wait to hear what you think of the book. Early feedback from the Tribe has been good – one person said that they read it in one sitting! I'm just hoping that you'll all enjoy it.
To give everyone a chance to get the book at a decent price, I'll keep it at the pre-order price for a little while, i.e. $1.99 in the USA and £1.49 in the UK, with other markets matching those prices as nearly as possible.
That's half-price and pretty good value for a book of that length.
So here are the all important links:
I don't want to flood your email with links, but Outcast is also on iBooks, Barnes and Noble (Nook), Kobo, and Tolino, and it's been submitted to 24symbols, Page Foundry, and Scribd. So if those are your preferred stores, a search for my name should find me.
I Built a Store!
I've just built a bookstore on my website at mikeycampling.com, and its sole purpose will be to provide Awkward Squad members with discounted books, which I'll achieve by emailing coupons out to you. The store is operational, so please feel free to take a peek. If you'd like to offer your support then this is quite a nice way to buy one of my books since there are no third parties taking a cut and I get to keep most of the money from every sale. Here's a link:
Please let me know what you think about Outcast (or any of my other books) and if you can leave a review, it will make a great difference – especially at the moment since Amazon has been silly and removed some of the reviews on Trespass even though I know that the reviews are genuine.
By the way, if anyone wants a review copy of one of my books, please send me an email and I'll see what I can do.
I'll sign off now. Thank you for taking the time, and please feel free to keep in touch via email and social media.
Here are those links again if you'd like make sure you get Outcast at the special price:
Take care, and thanks for all your help.
And another thing!
Just in case you're too young to get the reference in this post title, here's a glimpse into the glorious past of TV advertising: