The Second Wave is out today exclusively on Kindle (Kindle iOS, Android apps) and Paperback! Here are some questions that I've been frequently asked and some answers. FAQ:
Do we find out if [BLANK] is actually [BLANK]???
I will try not to give any spoilers away, but I will tell you that there is a character we’ve not seen without a mask that is unmasked. We also find out how some of the people closest to Connor spend their time when he’s busy being Omni.
Why is the book exclusive to Amazon? Why can’t I get it on iBooks, Nook, Kobo, etc?
Here’s the deal. Pre-orders went 6 weeks ago on Amazon Kindle and iBooks. As of a few weeks ago the number of Kindle pre-orders was 100 times the number of iBooks pre-orders. I don’t mean “they were double” or “they were quadruple”, they were literally 100 times higher, as in centuple. Going exclusive with Amazon meant people with Prime and Kindle Unlimited could read The Second Wave for “free”. I don’t make as much money that way, but it means more people are able to find Meta and The Second Wave which is way more important for me as a new author.
You can read The Second Wave in the Kindle app for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, pretty much everything so I didn’t think anyone would miss out. If I’m wrong though, email me and I’ll fix it for you.
Can I get this book printed on dead trees?
Yes. It should be up in paperback on Amazon any time now, if it’s not already. If you order it through them I’ve set it so they’ll give you the Kindle version for free, which is awesome if you want to give the paperback to someone as a gift and still get the digital version for yourself. You can also have any book store order it for you very easily too if you want to support your local indie.
This is the best book I’ve ever read. It changed my life in ways I couldn’t even imagine. I’m already planning on naming my first born child “Tom Reynolds”, but what else could I possibly do to repay you?
Wow. Thank you so much. Honestly, I think you might be going overboard and I’m hesitant to ask for anything else, but if you liked the book that much and would like to leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads I’d appreciate it more than you would ever know. The entire reason I’m able to do this for a living now is because of the generosity of people taking the time out of their days to leave a review and recommend it to others.
There will be more in the Meta series in 2015. I’m also planning on releasing some short stories and a thriller-ish thing with a sci-fi element to it early next year.
Thanks again so much for reading what I write and supporting me. Hope you love The Second Wave today.