The book is out! Magic Hunters: The Journey Begins is now available in ebook, paperback, and hardcover. It’s also available in Kindle Unlimited, for those of you who are subscribers. This means the ebook is not currently available for on Nook, Kobo, or iBooks. Part of the reason for that is because Magic Hunters is still part of the Kindle Vella serialized story platform, which means, for now, it needs to stay in the Amazon world. That might change in the future, and if it does, I will let you know.
For my Kingsguard Patrons or those of you who pre-ordered paperback copies from my online bookstore, those copies should arrive in my house this weekend. I’m hoping to sign them and mail them all out to you all on Monday before I leave for a conference. They should be on their way to you soon!
For the next week, the Kindle version of Magic Hunters: The Journey Begins will be on sale for only $2.99. As I mentioned before, it is also on Kindle Unlimited. So, grab your copy now and read up! The price will jump up to $5.99 in July.
Paperback and hardcover copies should be available wherever physical books are sold, though it might take some time for them to show up in online stores, and physical bookstores and libraries will likely need to order in copies. You can always request that your library order a copy of the book. We released a case-bound hardcover edition just for that reason. (And for my own classroom library too!) Books that will be read by many will last longer in that case-bound format.
How You Can Help
There are lots of things you can do to support me with this book launch. You can:
1. Buy a copy of the book (click here). Ebook, paperback, hardcover, it doesn’t matter. Buy it from Amazon. Buy it from my author bookstore. Buy it as a gift for someone else. Or you can read it on Kindle Unlimited. It doesn’t matter. It all helps. The more sales, the more Amazon says, “People are reading this book,” and their mystical algorithm will give the book more exposure.
2. Read the book and share it with those you think would like it. Word of mouth will always be the #1 way people discover books. Talk about it in person or on your social media. That would be lovely.
3. Write a review for the book for Amazon.com. For those of you who are planning to read the book, pretty please consider writing a brief and honest book review on Amazon as soon as you can. Again, book reviews show Amazon that people are reading a book, and their algorithm will show that book extra love. Since Amazon is our primary retailer right now, we need to get some book reviews on the new book page. We had a few more on the Kindle Vella version, so if you were one of those early reviewers, would you please post your review on the new Amazon book page as well?
4. Add the book on your Goodreads page. If you’re a Goodreads user, even if you’re not planning to read this book right away, could you please add the book to your Want To Read list? When Goodreads users do that, it sends a notification to all of your followers that you added the book. And that helps other people see the book cover and know the book is now available. And, of course, if you do read it, I’d love you to post a short and honest book review there too.
Thanks for celebrating with me, everyone! Happy reading! ♥