Greetings Destiny supporters,
The first draft of Destiny Imperfect is complete, and I’m leaving it to stew in its natural juices for a while! In a few weeks’ time, it should’ve marinated sufficiently for me to begin to blend it into shape and bring the final product closer to fruition. If you have yet to pre-order a copy, you can do so here!
In the meantime, Destiny’s stable mate, Sync City, is available to order right now! If you’re into a post-apocalyptic action-filled adventure of man and machine, then Sync City is the story for you. If you are unfamiliar with Jack and his adventures, check out the story at my website: www.synccityjack.com. If this piques your interest, then Sync City is available in all its gory glory from the places mentioned below.
The paperback version is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Book Depository. The ebook Kindle version is available for those in the US from Amazon. For non-Kindle people and those outside the US, the best place to head for the ebook is Kobo. You can also order Sync City, in paperback or ebook format, via the good people at Inkshares right here!
Don’t forget to share and enjoy your day!
Events are proceeding apace in the world of Destiny Imperfect. For those of you who want an idea of where the story is going, I’ve uploaded a revised chapter 1 as well as all of chapter 2. You can find the revision and update here. As always comments on the content etc. are more than welcome. If you have yet to board the Destiny train, then follow this link to pre-order!
And in further news, Destiny’s stable mate, Sync City, now has a publication date. For those of you with a romantic bent, this is good news, for that date is February 1st - just in time for Valentine’s Day! If you want to be the proud owner of a 1st Edition copy of Sync City, then head over to here and pre-order.
If you have any questions on either Destiny Imperfect or Sync City, feel free to drop me a line or direct message me via Inkshares.
Have a great day!
It’s been a little over a week since the Inkshares/Nerdist contest and I want to thank you all again for making Destiny Imperfect possible. It’s been a rollercoaster ride so far, and the best is yet to come.
I’d now like to point you in the direction of another one of the contestants. Matthew Poat put together an immense top ten performance and his book, Squids In, looks like a complete blast. I’d love to see this project come to life, and it’d be great if you could get behind this squishy cephalopod. You can find Matt’s book here. Hit the pre-order button and embrace your inner octopus!
Enjoy your weekend!
Greetings Destiny -followers,
Well wasn’t that a wild ride!?
First of all, thanks to the whole giant bunch of you for your support over the last 6 weeks. So many people from so many different places rallied behind Destiny to bring it to life. You are very much a part of the fabric of this book! I’m going to thank you all personally when my head stops spinning.
And well done to TMC and the terrific crew of authors behind this excellent anthology. I look forward to diving into this one!
Also, congrats to In Beta. I didn’t get to know Prescott Harvey that well through the contest, but it would be awesome to do so in the tranquility that follows.
And finally, a huge congratulations to Are You Sure You Want to Quit? Alisa King never did quit and went on to achieve Quill level in 6 weeks - this is amazing! She is an author to support and look out for.
Thanks again everyone! I shall now go and find a bottle of beer ... Jack Trevayne finally has a drinking buddy.