25% Off New Novel Download

After twelve years of development, including the last four years of writing and rewriting, I have FINALLY published my fantasy novel!

You may have seen my last post asking about which cover design was more attention-grabbing, and some of you offered me some very helpful advice and opinions.  In appreciation I was going to offer readers on this site a 25% discount, and as I was setting that up on Smashwords.com I noticed that they were already having a Summer Reading Sale of the very same nature, so I signed up all my titles for it.  And I wanted the crowd at Creative Twilight to be the first to know!

So no matter what ebook format you prefer, Smashwords has it.  From now through July 31 the e-versions of my new novel Tarnish (sale price of $2.99, damn good for what would be about 400 pages in print), the novella The Prince of Luster and Decay (a Tarnish prequel for sale at only $1.49), and the short story trio A Long Walk Down a Dark Alley (also a steal at $1.49) are all 25% off the regular price.  Just click the titles above for direct links.  And if you prefer to get your books through Amazon, all three are also available there (just at regular price).  I am also working to get Tarnish into paperback and hope to have that done in a couple weeks.

And if you like what you see/read, spread the word!  And once you’ve read them, don’t be shy about writing a review to let me and any prospective readers know if the book is worth their time and money.  (Hopefully it is.)

ENJOY and THANKS for the support!!!
J. D. Brink

  • Congrats on getting it done and out there! I’ll snag some stuff later tonight :)

  • Congrats. That’s quite an accomplishment. Is it self published?

  • JD Brink

    Thank you!! Yes, I finally self published. I made the rounds for agents and publishers over a year ago, maybe two, and finally decided that it was time to publish with or without them. And in today’s publishing world, it’s not a bad way to go! Hugh Howey, author of Wool, is probably now a millionaire and that’s how he did it.

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