The old saying seems to be holding up. Last week saw me rushing to get a book on the Amazon shelves. It was e-published on Friday the Thirteenth, managed to get to number five in Amazon’s classic horror charts, and then fell away into oblivion. Since then, nobody has read my books.
I have instigated emergency-action and am now doing the HMM (Home-made-marketing) in order to persuade more of you to read The Purge Part 2.
I would, and am, recommending it because it is a good read.
I particularly like the way in which the various characters and plot-lines intersect. There are parts in it that move away from fiction and tread firmly into a world that we can easily recognise. Oh, and there is love. And who don’t like love?
Apologies for the cover design; a moment of aborational misjudgement.