Nocturnal Lives

Musings from the mind of Amanda S. Green – Mother, Writer, Possessed by Cats

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Vengeance from Ashes update and more

As I announced last night, the digital edition of Vengeance from Ashes (special edition with exclusive content) is now available for pre-order. Release date is a week from today. The print version is in the pipeline and I will have a hard copy in my hands Thursday to give it a final look. Fingers crossed everything went all right with the setup. The print version order page is being promulgated. It still needs the product information and to be linked to the e-book page. That will probably take a couple of days.

I’ve detailed my mental gymnastics in deciding to release this version over at Mad Genius Club this morning. Check it out.

So that brings me to the release dates for the expanded editions for the rest of the series. Duty from Ashes, currently available only on Amazon, will see the expanded edition released on Amazon on 12/19. The expanded version of Honor from Ashes will be released on Amazon on Jan. 16, 2018. The original versions of those books will be released on the other major platforms approximately 1 week after the expanded versions go on sale.

That leaves Victory from Ashes (working title) to be published. I am currently looking at bringing it out March 13, 2018. The prequel novella/novel (Duty Bound) will, hopefully, come out before then but I am not going to hold up the special editions or Victory for it since it is still gelling in my mind.

In the meantime, I’m going to start doing some promos for my other work, including posting snippets here. But that will be for later. Right now, I have much to do and still haven’t had enough coffee.

Coffee…..

Yummmmm…..

Later!

 

Update and a few thoughts

It’s done and with many thanks to Sarah A. Hoyt for the cover design. Now that I have it in hand, I’ll finish up the edits and get Rebellion up for pre-order Monday or Tuesday of next week. Pre-order will be for a shorter period than I usually do and those who pre-order will get a discount on pricing. I’ll announce when I set it up.

I love this book. It was harder to write in a number of ways than the other books. Not because it basically ends the current story arc, although that was part of it, but because of what I put some of the characters through. No one gets through this book unscathed in one way or another. But let’s be honest, you can’t go through life without taking a few knocks or stumbling some here and there.

I also started the real work of pulling together the special edition of Vengeance from Ashes yesterday. The storyline for the book and the series remains the same. The special editions will simply add material — a scene or chapter here and there. Think of it as the director’s cut of a movie. It’s fun not only because I’ve learned a great deal as I’ve written these books but because I get to go back in and add some material that will bring more depth not only to the characters but to the overall plot.

I’m also starting the real work of turning the very rough draft of Victory from Ashes (still not sure about that title) into something publishable. I have the cover for that book, sans tagline, in hand but I want to talk with Sarah about tweaking a part of it before the book comes out. As with Rebellion, Victory will wrap up at least a major part of the current story arc for the Honor and Duty Series. Also like Rebellion, it won’t mean the end of the series or characters, at least not all the characters. You never know who will die in a war and that is what Ashlyn and company face now. In order to keep the series interesting to me and to you, it is time to move on to the next phase of the story and see what happens next.

Now I’m off to find more coffee and hopefully wake up enough to get to work. Remember that Nocturnal Origins, the first book in the Nocturnal Lives series is currently on sale for $0.99.

Some things can never be forgotten, no matter how hard you try.

Detective Sergeant Mackenzie Santos knows that bitter lesson all too well. The day she died changed her life and her perception of the world forever.It doesn’t matter that everyone, even her doctors, believe a miracle occurred when she awoke in the hospital morgue. Mac knows better. It hadn’t been a miracle, at least not a holy one. As far as she’s concerned, that’s the day the dogs of Hell came for her.

Investigating one of the most horrendous murders in recent Dallas history, Mac also has to break in a new partner and deal with nosy reporters who follow her every move and who publish confidential details of the investigation without a qualm.

Complicating matters even more, Mac learns the truth about her family and herself, a truth that forces her to deal with the monster within, as well as those on the outside.But none of this matters as much as discovering the identity of the murderer before he can kill again.

 

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