In another life, I am an author. While I try not to let that life cross into my zine life too often, my wonderful student debt dictates that I put my squirmy feelings aside and ‘cross promote’. Not that I have anything against sales as such – I’m just not built to be a salesman. (Even as much as my life could benefit were I such.)
I have recently released the ‘boxed set’ of my first three books. It’s an interesting set in that the first I wrote before my Professional Writing & Editing Cert IV and diploma stuff, the second book I wrote during, and the third book I wrote as I was finishing up. So you can really see how much my style has changed and been polished up in that time.
Of course, the set is cheaper than buying the ebooks individually. Check it out here on Amazon. Any sharing and, of course, purchases, are greatly appreciated.
Today is the final day for voting, so this post will be the last you hear of this. 🙂
2 Dec 2014 Update: Dark Echoes won! Thank you for your support!
In another life, I am not The Author or Nyx – I am an author. (If you’re curious about that stuff, I have an author blog.) I try to keep my zine life and my author life somewhat separate for the sake of my sanity aka organisation. But there is a bit of crossover needed on some occasions.
This is one of those times.
My third novel, Dark Echoes, has been been nominated by AusRomToday for the Cover of the Year Award. I’m very excited to have made it through the nomination round to be one of the ten finalists in the category.
This final round of voting is now up to the public and will be determined by the cover that gets the greatest amount of likes. There’s no signing up for anything, needing to like a page – it’s looking at the ten contestants and giving a like to the cover you think is the best of the lot. If you click the graphic at the top of this post, it’ll take you to the album. Click on the cover you like and then give the one you like the best a like.
It’s that easy.
There are a lot of great covers there, so definitely check everyone out. I do think, though, that Dark Echoes is in with a chance.
If I do win, it won’t be me alone winning. The business I get my covers from – Cohesion – is a small, local business on the way up. The cover designer himself (who works with Cohesion) is from the UK (and is amazing).
If, for some reason, clicking on the image doesn’t work, here is the direct link to the album where you can like to vote:
Many, many thanks from a self-publisher who dreams of success.