Alice: Winter's Story is Now Kindle Unlimited and Other Updates
Hello everyone. I wanted to update all of you about what is going on. So lets get started.
First of all, the dark fantasy western, Alice: Winter's Story has just officially shuffled over to Kindle Unlimited and is now a Kindle Exclusive. So if you use Kindle Unlimited, you can read it for free. I hope you enjoy that. And I will post synopsis and link down below if you want to learn more about it.
The world of Wonderland has been broken for two decades. The looking glasses are broken. The red queen has taken a tyrannical reign over the land. And every Alice who stumbles into Wonderland is trapped there with no way home. This story follows Alice Winters as she travels through west to through Checkerboard Desert searching for the fabled key to unlock the original mirror to go home. But the desert is one of the roughest places of Wonderland. Cut throats are at every turn. Bounty hunters want to deliver her head to the queen and the monsters of Wonderland stand in the way of her mission.
Find it in the Amazon Story @ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KRF9KWQ
Free if you have Kindle Unlimited subscription.
Only $.99 if you purchase it.
Also, another short is about to arrive to Kindle Unlimited as well. It's the short, My Name Is.... It follows a runaway teenager who is cursed as by a witch, and must find a cure before she loses all of her memories. Right now, I am waiting on it to be removed from other online retailers to be part of the Kindle Unlimited program. So it won't be enrolled until next week. I can’t say when exactly next week. It will be enrolled on Monday by the earliest. Most likely it will be enrolled by midweek though. I will certainly post the news on Twitter when it happens, and it will be announced more formally in the next blog once it’s officially enrolled and out for people to read.
As far as new stuff goes, the short Socks and Fluffle Puffs (formally called socks and Huffle Puffs. The name had to be changed for obvious reasons) has just finished its second round of editing. It's about to go into the final round of polishing with the read out loud audio story editing process I've been using over last year. Which has been working well for me by the way. The cover is sketched out in my art book, so it is close to done. And it shouldn't take too long to finish. It’s a cutesy little sweet tale about a seven year old who travels through a dryer to save her socks from living dandelion puffs. It’s much more kid friendly than anything I ever done, so I have no idea how well it will do. So I hope someone enjoys it.
After Socks and Fluffle Puffs, I'm returning back to the next story in The Last Witch series called The Battle of Minerva. And that will be next new publication out. I was planning that at some point between the last three stories in The Last Witch series, to work on and post, a scifi horror called Meteor City. But I am not sure yet where that will fit in because it is a bit long for a short. Along with that I do have a little bit of back library of recorded audio stories again. So I am planning on figuring out how to go about that again. I’m not sure if I can guarantee a weekly schedule and I have to find a new video maker (Windows movie maker I used before has been discontinued) to get the stuff on Youtube, and I have to make my Patreon active again. I'll give more updates, once I figure things out.
Oh and also, I'm always behind on sharing my book review blog. So I will post the most recent reviews down below.
Locke & Key Vol 6: Alpha and Omega by Joe Hill
The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey
Probe by Devon Monk
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
And that is all I have for this week and more stuff should be coming soon. I hope you enjoy whats here, and I hope you have a great week!