Sunday, 21 September 2014

Five Free Copies of New Audio Book

I have promotional codes for 5 FREE copies of the new Nameless Dwarf audio book, narrated by the excellent Bob Neufeld.

If you ever wanted to hear what the Nameless Dwarf speaks like, now's your chance!

The first 5 people to email me (derekprior[at]yahoo.co.uk) requesting a FREE copy will receive a promotional code.

In the meantime, please check out the free audio sample by following either of the links below:

Amazon

iTunes


Friday, 19 September 2014

Husk paperback released!

Husk is now available as a paperback direct from the Create Space store. It will be available from other outlets within a few days, but if you ant to get a copy before everyone else, please follow the link below:

Buy paperback now!



The Kindle version will be available from Monday 22 September (you can pre-order it now here).


Tuesday, 9 September 2014

HUSK available for pre-order!

My new novel HUSK is now available for pre-order from Amazon!


Set in the same world as The Nameless Dwarf and Shader, this is a very focused story told mostly from one point of view and set in and around the fishing town of Portis. Some new characters are introduced, along with new levels of intrigue and some surprising Easter eggs.

FREE AUDIO BOOK OFFER:


The first twenty people to write an honest review on Amazon will receive a voucher for a free copy of  The Nameless Dwarf audio book narrated by Bob Neufeld (RRP $24.95)

The best way to ensure you get in first is to pre-order HUSK and get your review posted as soon as you've read it. Let me know by email at derekprior[at]yahoo.co.uk when you've posted your review so I can send your voucher.

Further news:


 Bob Neufeld has started work on the audio book of Shader 1: Sword of the Archon. He'll be starting work on HUSK soon after, and then the rest of the first Shader trilogy.

I plan to get back to work on Shader 4 next week, and at the same time I'll be working on key scenes for Shader 5 and 6, which is where the series will end.

Reviews have been coming in thick and fast for The Nameless Dwarf and Shader, most of them good, but all of them very much appreciated. Thank you to everyone who's taken the time.

If you've not seen it yet, Bookwraiths have put up two very insightful Shader reviews and is currently working through the individual Nameless Dwarf books. These are a pleasure to read and have made me think even deeper about the stories (if that's possible!)

BOOKWRAITHS