Okay, people of the cyber world, it is June 1. That means the one month countdown to BETWEEN WORLDS is officially on!
In honor of the impending release, CEMETERY TOURS is on sale from now to July 1 for only $2.99 on Nook and Kindle. Once July 1 hits, it will go back to $4.95, so get it while it’s on sale!
Before Cemetery Tours release, I tried to do some kind of fun promotional thing at least once a week. Today, I thought I’d give you a few Anti-Spoilers/Bits of Trivia about Between Worlds.
1) I have had the idea in my head for this book longer than Cemetery Tours. I pretty much wrote Cemetery Tours so I could write this one.
2) It is set in a fictional mansion in Maine. This mansion was inspired by too many childhood viewings of Casper.
3) Brink plays a bigger role in this book than in the first. He actually wasn’t intended to be in the book that much. In fact, he was just going to have a few scenes in the beginning of the book. But as it turned out, he is everyone’s favorite character, so he ended up being promoted to one of the main characters. The best thing about Brink being everyone’s favorite, I realize, is that no one ever has to worry about me killing him off. He’s already dead.
4) I was afraid that this book wouldn’t be as spooky as Cemetery Tours, but there were a few scenes that, when I wrote them, I actually spooked myself. I’m hoping that readers find them spooky too.
5) In this book, we meet the rest of the Cemetery Tours team: Gail Marsh, J.T. Sawyer, and Peter Jamison.
I can’t think of anything else that won’t reveal too many plot points, so that’s all you’re getting for now. I will, in the weeks following, be releasing the first two chapters for download (if I remember how that is!), as well as a soundtrack list and ideal casting. Stay tuned! And please, check out Cemetery Tours and, if you enjoy it, leave me a review!
If you don’t like it, please don’t review it. 😉
Speaking of reviews, I found out today that you can review your own books on GoodReads. I decided to leave Cemetery Tours a nice, modest little review.