Saturday, January 17, 2015

Blade's Edge Earns Some Stars!

Well, sheesh, Blade's Edge is starting to feel like a real book, even though I haven't quite held it in my hands yet.

Though not officially released yet, Blade's Edge has received two very positive reviews over on Goodreads (one 5 star and one 4 star).

Click this button to check them out on the goodreads website: Goodreads-badge-read-reviews
Or if you prefer you can read them here on this site.

Having people like the book and review it favorably gives me a very strong case of the warm fuzzies.

Reviews are the lifeblood of independent authors and they snowball big time, so if you happen to read the book and enjoy it, please rate and review it on amazon or goodreads. (And I urge you to do the same for any book that you read and enjoy by an independent author, or really any author --trad published authors need love too.)

Anyway, that's got me feeling pretty good about the book, and now it's time for me to go bake some bread, but before I do, I want to remind everyone that on Monday I will be hosting the very first stop of Nick Bryan's blog tour. He's the next guest in my Interviews with Indie Authors series, and the author of the highly entertaining and well received Hobson and Choi series. I'll tell you more about him on Monday for the interview, but I hope you'll go check out his work in the meantime. It's definitely worth a gander.

And now I leave you with a photo from yesterday of me skating on the Red River here in Winnipeg:

After all if it's going to be f***ing freezing for five f***ing months then you might as well get a few miles of skating out of it. Well played, Winnipeg. Well played. 

1 comment :

  1. Great way to celebrate. Yay, Canada!!! But why are you the only one skating? Are you sure it's safe? Big, deep river......brrrrrr.