Releases and Reviews

Omnibus Today my omnibus is finally available on Amazon. I’ve spent four months having a pretty consistent headache over this particular book, and I’m extremely proud of the result. If you did not get your bid in for a paperback or ebook copy on the kickstarter, now is your chance! And if you’re already signed up for your personalized copy then spread this link around to family, friends, people who enjoy a good read. This is a very good bargain for anyone wanting to read the entire series: it includes six entire books, for example. And two short stories–one of which is not yet available anywhere else. Co-authored by the talented Rachel Kays and, oh yes. Floyd himself wrote the introduction. Now that’s something you don’t want to miss. (Hint, you can read the entire thing in the Amazon preview.)

To make things even better, the kindle version is enrolled in the Matchbook program for free. So if you buy the paperback you get the ebook copy as a bonus. So if you’re like me and you want to own hard copies of books but read them all on your Kindle, you can do that! It’s awesome! And did we mention illustrations?

Last, but not least, please leave me reviews. Reviews are extremely important when trying to sell a book because they increase your visibility. I never used to understand reviews, because I certainly don’t read them, but it’s not about reading them. (Although believe me, this author hangs on every word a reviewer writes.) It isn’t about the words you write in the review–it’s about the accumulation of ratings over time. Writing a review is proof that you read the book, whether or not you enjoyed it. The more people who read the book, and rank and review it, the more statistics Amazon has to process to tell others whether or not they’ll like the book, and the more visible the book becomes. The more reviews the better, so get hopping! If anyone wants a free ebook copy for review purposes–I can make that happen.

So what’s next? I’m glad you asked that! Joel A Parisi released the first novelette in his series just last week: so if you haven’t read that, go check it out! And leave him a review as well! Reviews make us feel loved!

And next week I’ll be announcing the release of “Superhero of the Day”, the first book in the second season of “Supervillain of the Day.” Exciting, yes? The proof copy for that is in the mail, so keep your eyes peeled on Facebook and twitter for the official announcement!

(Yes, this is what you think it is. In case you weren't already sure you wanted this book on your shelf--check out that cover!)
(Yes, this is what you think it is. In case you weren’t already sure you wanted this book on your shelf–check out that cover!)

Excited? Good. We’re almost done.

In order to encourage people to help me promote this enormous accomplishment of mine,  I’ll be giving away a copy of “Superhero of the

Day” AND one of “The Dragon of London” to one randomly drawn reviewer of the omnibus! That’s both spring releases in one fell swoop! In order the qualify the review must be posted on the Amazon page, although posting it on your personal blog or social media site is also welcome. In order to enter send an email to with the subject “Review Contest” and include your shipping address, and a link to your review on Amazon. The drawing will be held on April 30th, and prizes will be shipping sometime after “The Dragon of London” comes out, sometime in mid-May.

So get busy! Write those reviews! Share with family and friends! Enjoy the pretty drawings! And get ready for the new season–because it will blow your mind!