Yes, we know we ran this chapter back in December, but we only took the story so far. Plus, it was 3 months ago. So we’ll be repeating those same 4 chapters over again so you can be reminded what was going on. Then we’ll be running several more chapters that you haven’t heard yet. So please sit back and enjoy. Besides, a good performance is always worthy of an encore.
Chapter 1 – “Harold T Angel”
NEXT WEEK: Chapter 2 “APPROPRIATE DECOR”
And if you can’t wait until then, just click on the appropriate link for the device you enjoy listening to audiobooks on below to continue the adventure:
Christmas is only a week away, and Santa told me you’ve all been very good so as promised, here are the 1st and 2nd chapters of “Forever Festive”, the 4th book in the Forever Detective Series, which is available now for Kindle, Kobo, Apple, Nook, and Trade Paperback.
Unfortunately, due to time and work constraints, Allan is still editing the last few chapters of the full audiobook itself, which means that version will not be available until early next month. In the meantime, we both wanted to give you these chapters as a sample of what you can expect in Rafael’s first holiday adventure. Enjoy…
Chapter 1 – “Harold T Angel”
Chapter 2 – “Appropriate Decor
You know books make a great gift, or nice little something to fill some stockings, and you can get “Forever Festive” (or any/all of the Forever Detective Books) right now in e-book or a trade paperback (at Amazon and Barnes and Noble) at the links below:
Life isn’t easy, but it’s easier than adjusting to being dead. Rafael Jones is still learning about his new diet, powers, and limitations when he’s asked to certify that a house isn’t haunted. But when it turns out to have the ghost of a murdered flapper, his new mission is to locate the missing gangster who killed her, the magic mirror that helped the killer disappear, protect his client, and stop a new string of murders. Magic and mystery collide in the summer of 1947, and our detective is digging up answers to questions going back as far as the end of WWI.
*And remember, you can ‘gift’ a copy to your family and friends and have it delivered to their e-reader on Christmas*
And finally, you can also get a signed copy of both the 1st book of the series “Forever’s Too Long” as well as “Forever Haunted” for just $20.00. And be assured that more books are coming next year for this growing series.signed paperback copies are available now for just $12.00 each or 2 for $20.00.
The author accepts checks and Paypal at (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can contact the author by e-mail to place your order at:
Well, maybe you don’t ask. But now you want to know, because once you fall in love with a book, you want more like it.
Review it! Many online stores and book sites allow readers to post reviews. A person is more likely to take a chance on a book that 50 people say they loved than 5 people say they do.
Recommend it! Readers have friends who read, and you likely have an idea of their tastes. A recommendation makes a person more likely to find out more about an unknown book. Some authors, such as J.K. Rowling, got further by word of mouth recommendations and kids buying it for their friends, than by traditional marketing methods.
Gift it! I’ve been running a special– the book retails at $12 each, but I’ve been running a 2 for $20 special via direct sales. It encourages people to either buy an extra as a present for a friend or talk them into buying one too and splitting the savings. And I’d never ask this, but two of my buyers spontaneously paid extra, so that someone who wanted it but couldn’t afford it could have a copy.
Speaking of buying direct– when I purchase a crate of books and sell them directly to people at list price, I get more of a share than the royalties if you buy from retailers. I imagine it works the same way for other authors. So don’t think you’re shorting us if you want a signed copy.
You’re also not wasting our time if you contact us with questions or wanting to share your thoughts. Art is about communication, and as FUN as it is for me to write Rafael Jones, I’m not just doing it for myself. Hearing from readers is very motivational. There’s a button to send me an email, or just use the comment area. I love you so much just for being interested enough in my work to come here.