Winterwakers Part 2 Available Now

UPDATE (January 27, 10:30 AM): Now available on iBooks.

UPDATE (February 2, 11:00 AM): Now available on Barnes & Noble Nook

Three months ago, I published the first part in my Winterwakers saga. It was an exciting, fun day, but it was only the beginning, not just for this story, but for my writing career as a whole.

Today, I’m very pleased to present the second part of my sci-fi/thriller series. It’s called Bitter Winds and it’s available for eBook download right now!

As with the first book, not every retailer is carrying it immediately, but it should be in all the big eBook stores by the end of the day. I’ll continue to update this post as stores add it to their virtual shelves, so check back here to see if it’s available at your preferred retailer yet.

Available now:

Coming less soon:

  • Google Play (working on it)
  • Direct download from my site (later)

Oh, and if you haven’t read Part 1: Cold Hands yet, good news: it’s on sale for 99 cents at all eBook stores. Check it out on Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, and the rest.


Hunter says:

Do you have any idea how long iBooks takes to authorize and publish? I have this predicament where I’m jonesing for Part 2, but I prefer iBooks to other formats. If it’s going to be, say, a week or more, I’ll charge thee olde kindle and go that way, but if it’s going to be more like tomorrow, then I’ll wait.

I’m going to jump ahead and guess that you don’t know, that noone knows, and that publishing to iTunes is like selling produce to Walmart.

-Voracious in Virginia

Matt Perkins says:

It’s available now, Hunter! Yesssss!

To answer your question, my experience so far has been 24 hours or less for all platforms, including iBooks. Nook always seems to be the slowest, but I’ve never had a Nook sale, so I’m not exactly upset by that.

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