First of all, a huge thanks to everyone for making the release of Trigger Warning a big success! This was my first “wide” release, meaning the first time I released a book on all the platforms, not just Amazon. I wasn’t sure how it would go, but I’m thrilled to say that Trigger Warning attracted readers on all sites, *and* still managed to hit the top 50 in the Political Thrillers category on Amazon.com, which for me was a big deal and very exciting to see 🙂
An especial thanks to everyone who left reviews, which as always are super-appreciated! If you’ve read the book and feel moved to leave a review, or if you haven’t gotten the book yet and would like to snap it up while it’s still at 99c/99p, the universal link is here. There’s a link at the end to a special bonus novella from Dima’s point of view, so be sure not to miss that 🙂
Trigger Warning has also been chosen to be in Kobo’s $4.99 and under audiobook sale, going on right now. So if you’d like to grab some great bargains on some great audiobooks, check out the sale here.
The launch has been taking most of my attention, but I also finished up a second draft of Honor Court, the next book in the series. I will be releasing some sneak peeks soon, so do stay tuned.
One the reading front, I just finished up The House in the Woods, the first book in a new detective series by Mark Dawson. If you enjoy British detective mysteries and PI mysteries, I definitely recommend it.
What about you? What have you been reading lately? Any must-reads you’d like to share?
Thing continue to be wild out in the outside world, whether from coronavirus, wildfires, or political unrest. I’ve been following the events in Belarus, as well as the situation with Aleksey Navalny, and am hoping for a positive outcome for Aleksey and for all my Belarusian friends. Please stay safe, and have a wonderful weekend.