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The Piper’s Price Pre-Order Plot + Giveaway

Hello everyone!

What a mad, mad world. I just finished and printed draft three of a super-secret-sci-fi project last night, and keep your ears to the ground because


If you’re on the mailing list you already know what I’m talking about. Otherwise, I guess you’re just going to be surprised by this special little novella delight. I’ll give you a hint though… I’m resurrecting an old story from the old R.G. Summers days…

But, if I may direct your attention to our favorite Peter Pan series, I’d like to point out that The Piper’s Price is now available for pre-order, and you should really definitely snag a copy on Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble for any and all of the following reasons:

  1. I’m not going to be doing huge release parties for the sequel, so pre-ordering will be the best and quickest way to get a copy.
  2. Pre-ordering helps get the book into stores. When people pre-order, Barnes and Noble and others realize this is a book they should be stocking on shelves.
  3. Pre-ordering can DRIVE THE PRICE down. We definitely saw that with the first book. By the time it was released, everyone who pre-ordered managed to save close to 35% on the cover price since online retailers decided to try to move as many copies as possible.


To celebrate, I’m also doing a quick little rafflecopter giveaway, so enter if you’d a chance to win an autographed copy of The Neverland Wars (from the first printing, I might add, now that we’re on the THIRD PRINTING.)

The Neverland Wars Giveaway

If you’d like to know more about how pre-orders help a book, definitely check out The Piper’s Price Pre-Order Plot even on Facebook, and if you’re just excited about The Neverland Wars Sequel, you can take a gander at The Neverland Wars II FAQ or The Piper’s Price First Chapter in Paperfox Magazine.

I’m off to do glorious things, so I leave all these lovely links with you. I hope everyone is having a fantastic holiday season, and I wish you all a merry Christmas from the bottom of my frantic, excited little heart.


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