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Floodtide e-book promotion
Hi everyone, just to let you know that I am running a price promotion on the Floodtide e-book from now until December 24th. In the UK the price has been reduced from £4.99 to £1.99, and in the US it has been reduced from $7.99 to $2.50. Around the world the rest of the currencies are adjusted according to the dollar exchange rate. The price of the print book is currently unchanged at £9.99 GBP.

Later today I will also be posting the next 3 chapters on my website: It takes a little while as I also need to update the summary of the story so far!

I have a busy weekend ahead with the online launch party (on Facebook) this evening for the 12Days anthology, in which I have a story called Avenging Angel. I also have an appearance tomorrow morning at Huntingdon Library with the Telling It group. This is part of Huntingdon Library's Author Festival, and is the first time I've read with them, but I'm looking forwards to it. I will be reading a new childrens' story I've written. I don't normally do childrens' fiction, but I thought I'd have a go as the library wanted something Christmassy/wintry and the Naxadans don't celebrate Christmas! And on Sunday there's another meeting of the Peterborough Fiction Fix.

Here's the blurb:

ON ICY NAXADA, THE SHIRANU FARM IN LAVA TUBES under a dormant volcano, avoiding hunter tribe the Sargussi. But the mutually-hostile tribes’ world will soon be torn apart by natural forces.
    Planetary geologist and astronomer Jordas Krata, part of a team observing an incoming asteroid, becomes telepathically linked with Yado, a Sargussi man, as he cements a relationship with the lovely Shiranu female runaway Soolkah. Jordas enters this precarious balance of nature to rescue both tribes from the destruction about to rain down on them and help resettle them on a safer planet.
    But as a consequence of the brothers in each family group being telepathically linked, and a shortage of females, the social structure of both tribes forces them into polyandry. How can Jordas avoid emotional involvement when he and Yado also share the physical senses – including both painful and pleasurable sensations?

And here's the book cover:


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