Earlier this week I released Hunter, an urban fantasy / political thriller and also my very first paper and ink novel which I published via CreateSpace. I am very happy with the entire experience so far, but I have read that some people have doubts as to whether every single sale is actually being recorded correctly on the platform (see here for one example). For me its way too early to tell if there is any funny business going on, the book has only been live for a few days and its fair to say that there doesn’t appear to be a mad rush for copies at the moment 🙂 I need to begin a process of promotion and marketing now to try and generate some interest in the novel.
Writing the book is one thing, getting people to buy it is something else entirely, and if my past experience is anything to go by I am really not good at doing that.
Set in New York in 1963, about two weeks prior to the assassination of JFK, I aimed to bring a paranormal bent to the conspiracy theory surrounding the president’s death. While Hunter is not a book about JFK, it does include elements of the vast JFK mythos as part of the story. This is my first attempt at such a book, and I enjoyed the experience of writing it immensely. Add to that the fact that I learned a lot about New York and the political climate of the era.
If you like conspiracy theories, and you like the paranormal then I hope you find something in this story to interest you. Just click on the cover below and you’ll be transported to the book’s amazon page, where you can find the paperback and the kindle version.