I’m currently in Saskatoon, Canada, the spiritual home of Jack and Sync City. Thursday morning at 7:50 am (CST), I’m going to be on the CBC Saskatoon morning radio show to talk about the book.
If you’re in Saskatoon, you can find it at 94.1 FM. If you are not in Saskatoon, then the following link will get you there: CBC Saskatoon Morning. You can find the live stream in the top right hand corner.
As I mentioned, the time is 7:50 am (CST) - you’ll have to work your local time out yourself!!
Enjoy the day.
Sync City and Jack Trevayne have been out in the wild for a few months now. If you’ve had the chance to stroll through Jack’s adventures, then it’d be fantastic if you could put a review up on Amazon and/or Goodreads (follow the links). Books live and die by reviews, so your contributions would be vastly appreciated!
The reviews can be good, bad or indifferent; they can be long or short, it really doesn’t matter. What does matter, is that you chuck your two cents’ worth in. Let people know what you think!!
For those folks in Australia, the UK and South Korea, the Kindle version is now available. Hit the country link and you’ll get right there.
I look forward to seeing you on Amazon and Goodreads!!
It’s been a couple of months since Sync City has gone out into the wild, and I’ve been getting some fantastic feedback – thanks very much.
To celebrate, and hopefully get some wider exposure, I’m doing a giveaway on Goodreads. If you follow this link you can enter to win a signed copy of Sync City (scroll down below the book cover and click on Enter Giveaway): https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33377334-sync-city.
It’d be awesome if you could dive on in and take part. It would be even better if you could share this link with your friends and family. Head on over to Goodreads! Jack is waiting for you!
If you ordered the ebook, Jack and his ride should be burbling away in your inbox right now. If you’re having any trouble accessing it, drop me a line and I’ll get it sorted out.
I had chat with Scout Woodford about Sync City over at her This Nerd Can blog the other day. If you haven’t read it, you can check it out here.
And finally, Jack syncs or swims (sorry, I couldn’t resist) based on people’s word of mouth and willingness to share. If you’ve read (or are reading) Sync City and like it, it’d be great if you could get it out into the universe. 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.
Enjoy your day!
The ebook has landed! You should’ve already received an email telling you how to download it. Simply follow the links and Jack and his ride will be all yours. If you have not received the email, follow this link here. Once on the book page, sign in, click on the download button underneath the cover image, and the links and instructions will follow..
And with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what could better express your feelings to your significant other than a story of mayhem and madness? It would be great if you can share this tender story of man and machine with those who are leading a Jackless existence!
Finally, and MOST importantly, a huge thanks to all of you that pre-ordered Jack’s story and supported me through out! I really (and this is true) couldn’t have done it without all your help!
Cheers and see you in the review pages!
Sync City’s official publishing date is nigh! Many of you have already received the paperback versions, and the ebook versions should be coming out very soon.
Michael Haase, author of the tremendous Madness of Mr. Butler and staff writer at Renderosity Magazine, recently did an interview with me. It was great fun doing this. You can check it out at The Art of Story.
If this inspires you to take further interest in Sync City, you can find it at the following places:
Barnes and Noble
Inkshares book page
The magnificent Michael Haase’s book can be found here. If you haven’t got a copy yet, now would be the time!
As always, don’t forget to share!
The exciting word on the street is that Sync City is now being shipped, and Jack is soon to be out in the wild! If you have pre-ordered a paperback, then you should receive an email from Inkshares telling you the details. From what I can work out, they’re doing it alphabetically according to the name you used when registering with Inkshares. So if you are later in the alphabet, you may not have received the email yet.
If you want a little more information about me and the book, Sync City’s homepage is here. You can also follow my author’s Facebook page here.
If you haven’t jumped on to the Sync City express, then you can do so at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Book Depository. and don’t forget to share!
Sync City’s final manuscript and cover have landed with the printers, and events are proceeding nicely. The official publication date for Sync City is February 28th, and, for those of you that pre-ordered the paperback version, they should ship on or around that date (or maybe even earlier – stranger things have happened). With this in mind, it’d be a mighty fine idea to make sure you have your correct earth-based address with Inkshares (especially if you have moved), so this compelling novel of man and machine can cruise unimpeded through the labyrinth of the international postal system.
If you are now thinking, yes, a paperback of time-fractured death and destruction is exactly what I need to see off the dregs of winter, then you can pre-order at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Book Depository, as well as many other fine online bookstores. It would also make a lovely, belated Valentine’s Day gift …
The ebook, which obviously has no postal issues to deal with, is still available for the limbo low price of $5.99 at Inkshares.