Archive for month: June, 2012

Paperback edition of Extinction Point now available!

28 Jun
06/28/2012

Finally!

It’s been a long time coming, but finally a paperback edition of Extinction Point is now available. I received the proofs of the book today and I have to say I’m really very happy with the quality.

Extinction Point Paperback

 

It’s currently only available through Createspace for $8.99 (It’ll be available through Amazon sometime in the next 4 to 5 days). Here’s the Createspace link   https://www.createspace.com/3820272

 

Competition Announcement: How would you like to join Emily and Thor on their next journey?

12 Jun
06/12/2012

Interested?

I’m running a competition with Apocalypse Whenever, Goodreads.com’s largest and most active group dedicated to the post-apocalypse genre. First Prize is a copy of the sequel to Extinction Point when I publish it later this summer… oh, yeah, and YOU could be in it.

That’s right — whoever wins this competition is going to be written into the sequel as a character and gain instant fame, fortune and immortality (okay, I may be exaggerating that last part a smidgen).

So, if you’re interested in helping Emily and Thor, head over to Apocalypse Whenever and join the fun. Here’s a direct link to the post APOCALYPSE WHENEVER

If you’re not already a member of Goodreads you will have to join; it’s totally free and well worth it.

Good luck and I look forward to you meeting Emily.

 

Thanks to everyone who downloaded Extinction Point during my free giveaway

11 Jun
06/11/2012

This weekend’s free download event over at Amazon was a fantastic success and I’d like to take a minute to say thank you to the almost 13,000 people worldwide who took advantage of the giveaway and downloaded Extinction Point for free. To those who have left reviews after reading the book, I say an even bigger THANK YOU, it is very much appreciated and I love to hear your thoughts. Every review goes a long way to making my books more visible to other authors.

Book two in the series, Exodus, is well on its way and should be released around the end of July or mid-August. So, not too long to wait for the next installment. Exodus will be around the same length as book one (approximately 85,000 words) but I plan on doubling-up the length for the final book in the series, which should be released (conveniently, ahem!)  around Christmas.

Also, make sure you check back over the next couple of days for an announcement of a competition I’ll be running in conjunction with Apocalypse Whenever (Goodreads.com’s leading group for post-apocalypse books and stories) … I think you’ll find the prize a lot of fun and very original.

Thanks again.

 

PAUL

 

Extinction Point is FREE Thursday June 7th through the 8th worldwide at Amazon

07 Jun
06/07/2012

If you haven’t already picked up a copy (or you know someone who might like to read it) you’ll find Extinction Point for free at Amazon for the next two days.
It’s available for free throughout all of Amazon’s stores but feel free to use the two links below for the US and UK.

US
UK

If you have a Twitter or Facebook account and can give it a quick mention, I will be eternally grateful.

Oh! And check back here over the weekend for news of a neat little competition I’ll be running with the help of Goodreads group Apocalypse Whenever. If you are a fan of Emily and the Extinction Point series, you won’t want to miss this.

PAUL

Mailing list subscription is back up

04 Jun
06/04/2012

As you can see (hopefully) I have the mailing list subscription form back up and running over on the sidebar. If you have any problems signing up, just drop me a line at Paul@DisturbedUniverse.com and I can add you manually.

Thanks.

Changes to the blog

03 Jun
06/03/2012

Hi all. As you can probably see, I’m making a few changes to the blog to make it a little more user friendly. I’ve hit a snag with the email subscription form so, for the meantime, if you are interested in subscribing to my email list for future book releases, please use the link on the left side of this page.

Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience. Normal service will be resumed as soon as I figure out what the hell I am doing.