Jeff Seymour - Author of Fantasy, Literary Fiction, & c.: News for the Week of 5.9.14 - Signin', Writin', and Discountin'

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Friday, May 9, 2014

News for the Week of 5.9.14 - Signin', Writin', and Discountin'

Hello, dear readers!

Time for a newsy update blog post. First off, things related to SOULWOVEN:

I finished a getting-closer-to-final draft of Soulwoven: Exile this week and sent it off to a very excited batch of first readers! They’ll be going over it for the next month or so and getting me comments back about what’s working and what isn’t. This is a hugely important step in the writing process for me, and it’s always extremely nerve-racking. But my readers are awesome and helpful and big fans, and I’m very glad to have hit this point in the writing process.

Second, SOULWOVEN will be going on sale later this month. I don’t have all the details yet, but the most likely scenario is that the e-book edition will drop to $.99 on May 21, the three-month anniversary of the launch. So if you’ve been interested in reading it but $5.99 felt too steep, get your clicking finger ready and circle the date.

Third, tomorrow I’ll be signing copies of SOULWOVEN at Robots & Rogues, my local indie SF/F specialty bookstore, in downtown Lafayette, Indiana, during an event called the Mosey Down Main Street. I’ve been told the Mosey is a blast, with music, food, and beer galore, and I couldn’t be more excited to have a good excuse to go join in and call it work. Come hang out, if you’re in the area.

Phew! That’s it for Soulwoven news for now. I’m going to be working on short fiction while my first readers crunch Exile for me, and I’m quite excited for that. I’ve got three projects to polish and a couple more ideas lined up. I also have a pending request from a very important person to write something happy, and I’m becoming more and more interested in doing so.

Cheers, and thanks for following along. If you’ve read Soulwoven, please take the time to review it at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Goodreads.

Yours in rain and ink,


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