Earlier this week, I published Vengeance Will Come on Amazon. You can read it now for the low price of $1.50 (US) or $2.12 (AU).
After oscillating more than a conviction-less politician with contradictory poll information on if I should publish and how I should publish I finally just did it. I wrote Vengeance Will Come hoping that others would find it an entertaining read – and that wasn’t going to happen if I didn’t put it out into the public sphere.
At the moment it is just an e-book, though I’ve had a few requests for a print book – so I will look into the implications of that in the future.
This is the description on the Amazon page to whet the reading appetite.
‘A man in a fight for survival will grasp at anything to use as a weapon.’
A shadowy cult with arcane powers foments hostilities between two Regents, locking them in a bitter struggle that traverses planets.
Regent Menas Senay has been promised the long-awaited revenge that will free him from the demons of his past. He’s willing to pay anything to achieve it, even if it costs him everything.
When Menas attacks the Tador capital he unleashes a series of events that rock Regent Danyel Abudra’s life to its foundations. Danyel soon discovers that even rulers are slaves in adverse circumstances, and that to prevail will be harder than he can conceive.
But they’d both better hope the cult doesn’t get what it wants from the deal.
Vengeance costs more than anyone expects, and it’s coming…
At just over 100,000 words and 297 pages this book is approximately 20% longer since my last revision cycle, and 15% shorter than the original draft. (I’ll talk more about the revision process in future posts).
Thanks and credit for the background image on the cover must go to the talented user Gellinger who uploaded and made it available for use at pixabay.
Seeing Vengeance Will Come finally available for others to read is a great encouragement to keep writing!