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9780992049027-Perfect copy

So yeah, this is out now.

There is nothing quite like seeing your own book come to you in the mail.   It looks better in person than in this image does justice.  I really want to take the opportunity to thank Florence Chan as much as possible.  She is responsible for the look and feel of the book in so many ways.  My gratitude cannot be fully expressed in words.

Same with Kristen Denbow.   She has put up with editing my work for the last couple of years.  Their hard work made this all possible.

So that leaves one last piece of business:  The Smashwords version.   I’m going to make it free as soon as I finish typing this.  It is not the ideal version of the Watcher.  Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other places have more polished, professsional versions of the book.    That said,  if you feel like a free sample of the book, it will be there.

I’m not going to take too much longer.  Only to mention and ask that each and every person in here that reads it and buys it give it a review?  I’d greatly appreciate it.

If you bought the book already, thank you.   For those that pass it, thank you.

This was a major achievement for me.   This was a major goal of mine achieved.  We’ll see what happens next, but it’s always cool to see your own goals.



Now from Mirror World Publishing:




On the top of a tower, guarded by dragons, the Watcher gazes out into the horizon. While the rest of his tribe work and toil, The Watcher questions what is beyond the walls. Determined to find out, he escapes his captors trying to find out just what is out there.

An imaginative and engaging story, The Watcher will help you see poetry in a whole new way. Escape into the world of a slave boy who dreams of something more and journey with him as he discovers what mysteries the world holds.
There is more. The Watcher proves it. Discover it for yourself.


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