"In these pages many mysteries are hinted at.
What if you come to understand one of them?"

"Words let water from an unseen, infinite ocean
Come into this place as energy for the dying and even the dead."

"Bored onlookers, but with such Light in our eyes!
As we read this book, the jewel-lights intensify."

- Rumi

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Halloween Jack!

What a ride. A novel in one month! My head is still swimming from what an experience that was. Then, before I even got a chance to breath, I dove right into Blog Tour De Force Masquerade. Thanks to all who stopped by. I was over at Rachel's blog. A handful of her visitors guessed correctly.

Now I can split my attention between promoting Halloween Jack and the Devil's Gate and working on Once We Were Like Wolves book two of TEARS OF RAGE. Oh, yeah, and Steve Moore is sending me chapters of Knight Terrors, so you will probably get to read the Three Strange Knights again before Christmas.

Enough of things yet to come. I'm here to talk about Halloween Jack. I love this book and I love this character. I had more fun following Jack, his cousins, and Mickey the ogre than I have anything else I've ever written. The story even surprised me in the process of writing it. Howling mad fun! That's all I can say about the five weeks I spent burning through this story.

And now that the story is done and available, I want to share something special with my readers. I deleted a couple of scenes from the book, and I want to give some of you the chance to read it. However, you don't get something for nothing.

Halloween is approaching fast, and with it, I'm giving a special offer. If you read and post a review of Halloween Jack and the Devil's Gate to Amazon on Halloween... that's the important part... ON HALLOWEEN... then email me at bardscloak@gmail.com I will send you a pdf of the deleted epilogue/last scene. I took it out because I have no idea when I'm going to get around to penning Halloween Jack and the Curse of Frost and I didn't want to leave the book slightly open-ended.

So, get the book. Review it. I don't care how many stars you give me. Email me. Get the deleted scene. I won't say "never," but I am unlikely to make this offer again. 


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