Your First Taste Is Free …

Frost Moon vs Game of Thrones
For a limited time, FROST MOON is free on Amazon! Which has led to some very flattering company … FROST MOON is #1 on the free list for fantasy, putting it side by side with A GAME OF THRONES by some author you just might have heard of.

If you like FROST MOON, there’s always BLOOD ROCK … you know you wanna …

Interestingly, according to some sources, THE SONG OF ICE AND FIRE is clocking in at around 300K words per book, which means the single first book in George R. R. Martin’s series will be about as long as the first three books of the SKINDANCER series.

Also interestingly, my rough estimate of how many words it would take to finish the entire 7 year Dakota Frost arc puts it at closer to Robert Jordan territory. Eek! Here’s hoping I have the gumption to follow Dakota through to the final line of the final book!

-Anthony

P.S. Yes, I know that’s cheating … I’ve already written the final line of LUMINOUS FROST.

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12 Responses to Your First Taste Is Free …

  1. Daniel says:

    Big time congratulations!

    When’s the Nook version of Blood Rock going to come out? Is there a way to register my desire (need!) for that with the publisher?

  2. Annette Matthews says:

    It ended up costing me money. After reading Frost Moon, I just HAD to get Blood Rock. And if you keep writing, I guess I’m just going to keep spending money!

    I loved both of them!

  3. Cyndi says:

    I was one of the fortunates to get the first in your series free. *thank you* I’m halfway done and enjoying the read. You guys really know what you’re doing when you write a series and reel us in with the freebie! So I’ll be ordering Blood Rock as well.

    P.S. Cute little character that Cinnamon…

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