Pre-order!

Very exciting day here for us. Qubyte is now available for pre-order from Smashwords and Amazon. (Digital versions only.)

Qubyte will release on Dec 30th (Northern Hemisphere so that we get it on Dec 31st in NZ.)  Smashwords and Amazon

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Feels Something Like Summertime

December is upon us, summer is doing its best to get started, and it’s birthday season! Much joy abounds. 

I’ve been pretty busy the last few days getting things done in preparation for the release of Qubyte at the end of the month. Currently I’m sitting in the bookshop (Writers Plot) checking my email every five seconds! I’m waiting for a couple of things. 🙂 I’m the worlds worst at waiting. 

Had one of my favorite bookshop customers call in this morning. He’s a history buff and knows a lot about the wars and whatnot. He’s also a darned good book buyer. (We like that in a person.) He’s going to dig around and see if he can find out some stuff about a great uncle of mine who was a radio operator in the South Pacific – on an island somewhere. I am curious.

Meanwhile …  I wanted to add an image and I cannot for the life of me figure out how. *Tosses toys* I do not like this new format at all! And, Right, when I got set to have a paddy I spotted the add image icon. 

News

Howdy!

So this is the first announcement regarding Qubyte.

We have a launch date!! 

Dec 31st 2018. Yep, New Years Eve. How awesome is that?

The next announcement will be the cover reveal, that’s a little way off yet.  At the moment I’m reading before I fire this manuscript back to my editor for another look. Once the edits are done and dusted, it’ll be format time. Dec 31st will be the official launch date but Qubyte will only be available in digital formats on that day, unless a miracle happens and I manage to get the bookblock ready for print. Don’t count on it! The plan there is to coincide the paperbacks with the physical launch (at some stage) and have the books printed in Auckland like the rest of the series. That means paperbacks will be available from Writers Plot bookshop here in NZ (we do have online sales so I’m sure the rest of the world will cope). I have zero interest in having the paperbacks on Amazon but who knows? Never say never, right?