I am incredibly excited that the new book trailer is going to be ready today or tomorrow!
My lovely wife of a zillion years, Karren, completely ignored what I told her I wanted in the trailer and has instead put together one that is a hundred times better than what I asked for.
Rather than being done like most of them you see, she produced this one more like a movie trailer and it is outstanding! When she showed me the draft I even wanted to go buy a copy of my book!
It's a new direction, and we're still going to do one that has a reading and some other info on it since some people want to hear a little about how the book came about as well as hearing me read a few pages but the one she is about to complete is the best I've seen from anyone, and that is truly coming from an unbiased point of view. It completely captures what Second Chance is about, as well as the feel of the book, while at the same time leaving you wanting more.
Watch for it in the next couple of days! I'll post it here as well as on YouTube and promote it on Facebook.
We've uploaded the final draft of Second Chance to Amazon and it is now available on Kindle!
The print version is available through this website and through third party vendors on Amazon but for some reason the regular print version isn't showing there yet.
We were "officially" releasing the book this weekend at our table at the Natchitoches-NSU Folk Festival in Natchitoches, La. but it didn't come from the printer in time. We'll still be there though so if you have a chance drop by and see us. The Folk Festival is always a lot of fun with local craftsmen there, great food and great music.
I understand they will have the blacksmith's shop back this year and you can take a few minutes to watch the blacksmiths working on their wares as well.
The Festival is at Prather Coliseum on the Northwestern State University (my alma mater) campus.
We will have my other 3 of books there and will be taking orders for second chance.
I'd love to visit with anybody who can come by!
After a marathon two days of writing (18+ hours, 40 pages or so) I just finished Second Chance, the second book in the Noah Chance series.
I've been doing a bit of a rewrite as I go and Karren has been editing on the first 27 chapters so it's almost complete. Hope to have it on Amazon and in print by the end of next week.
Final count according to MS-Word was 90,000+ words and 339 pages but using the publisher method of counting it will be a little longer, probably top 100k words.
Even though the book isn't quite complete we chose the cover art for Second Chance, #2 in the Noah Chance series.
Let me know what you think.