E-books

The Zombie Knight Saga - Vol. 1 - Elegy for an Immortal
Contains the first three story arcs (Blood and Iron, Queen and Country, Family and Honor).
Available for free at Smashwords and Amazon.

The Zombie Knight Saga - Vol. 2 - Blood for the Crown
Contains the 3rd thru 6th story arcs (Shape and Power, Sword and Shield, Soul and Soldier).
Available for $2.99 at Smashwords and Amazon.

The Zombie Knight Saga - Vol. 3 - Reigning Warriors
Contains the 7th thru 9th story arcs (Lord and Castle, Rain and Sand, Mud and War).
Available for $2.99 at Smashwords and Amazon.

The Zombie Knight Saga - Vol. 4 - Encounter with Supremity
Contains the 10th thru 12th story arcs (Rise and Fall, Death and Demon, Speak and Listen).
Available for $2.99 at Smashwords and Amazon.

The Zombie Knight Saga - Vol. 5 - Ballad for Myths and Monsters
Will contain the 13th, 14th, and 15th story arcs (Hunt and Beast, Dick and Balls, Poop and Butt).
Aiming for... uh... relatively early 2018. Oh god, please let me be right about this.
Also, I may change some of those arc titles. I'll have to see what the focus groups think.

24 comments:

  1. No disqus on this page? Odd.

    Anyway, this is to give you some unsolicited advice:
    Since you're using this page to link to the various ebooks, in your place I would also link to the various shops in which your ebook is sold beyond those two. I know of Smashwords, and Amazon is a given, but if I didn't check my regular ebook store I would be unaware of your books being available there.

    The following reasoning is purely based on my own:
    I like *my* bookstore, or at the very least prefer it to the competitors. This is partly due to format restrictions, but convenience and simply being used to it factors into that feeling. If I see a book available there, I will buy it there, even at a slightly higher price than its competitors. Since most ebook stores offer cloud storage of the works, and notes you added to them, there is even an added benefit, like syncing over multiple devices.

    So what this boils down to is that in my opinion the easy and convenient availability of your work in the ebook store one is used to, may be the little push needed to purchase it there. Perhaps you get a lesser percentage at that store, but you still get it.

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    1. Amazon and Smashwords are the only ones I've personally uploaded the books to. If you see them in another store, it's because that store has some kind of distribution deal with one of those two.

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  2. Just wondering when the next book will be released onto amazon?

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  3. I started reading volume 1 and wanted to give you my preliminary comments:
    1) Love the main character's predicament. How he was a suicide and then comes back to life, or wants to come back to life to be a superhero under death, is a really, really cool character idea. Well done. I was drawn in by that.
    2) I've gotten a glimpse of Hector's zombie like powers. I like that there's a consequence to using this power. (awful awful pain)
    3) I like the banter between Garovel and Hector. Good mentor, protagonist relationship. There was a bit of info dumping going on at the start, but it wasn't too much and it was bearable.
    4) I like that the writing is quick and snappy and lots has happened already. So I like the pacing.

    As I read more, I'll give you more comments! But so far I likes!

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  4. I'm chomping at the bit here need book 4 stop teasing with the hole July aug thing lol its September hopeing for a release by my bday on the 22 looking forward to seeing some more of this amazing writing.

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  5. When is volume four going to be released?

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    1. same question, july-august 2015 was already!

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    2. Yay a update. Glad to hear you didn't give up. Getting re amped. Totally buying this one also.

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  6. Coming up on 2016 any word yet?

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  7. Planning on buying all volumes of your books, since the formatting on the site isn't pleasant on the eyes. I like what I've read so far ;)

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    1. I certainly hope not. It feels like he's really close to wrapping up book 4, and I would love to give him some monies for it.

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  9. If it's anything like the last ones I'd gladly pay for it. I wonder if I can get paper copy from him I'd love them I keep re reading

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  10. Have you thought about using KU for the first book? It would mean taking down all but 10% of the book but I think it could really drive traffic to your later books :)
    I really want to see these books getting the attention they deserve! Shoot me a message if you've got any questions or want to gain some visibility in the Amazon store. Thanks for the awesome books!

    -Michael Chatfield

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  11. I am writing from Newmarket Zealand and wanted to advise that Volumes 1, 2, and 3 are all available from the Kobo store. Volume 1 is free to download and Volumes 2 and 3 are just over $4 each (which is amazinglying cheap - I usually pay between $12- $25 for e-books). I started reading on the Web, and am very glad to be able to pay for your work! Looking forward to reading today, as everything is closed due to earthquakes - please keep up the great work.

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  12. It is now December of 2016....
    Did I miss it?

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    1. It's finally coming. THIS TIME, FOR SURE. I've been working on new ebook covers, as well. Volume 4 should be up on Amazon by mid-to-late January 2017. TOOK ME A BIT LONGER THAN PLANNED, BUT IT'S STILL COMING, I SWEAR.

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    2. You just made my year I can't wait.

      JUST TAKE MY MONEY ALREADY

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  14. Ok done volume 4. Thanks for getting it out was awsome

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  15. Is there anyways I could get actual copy of this series? You know paper back or what ever

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