So, it’s two days after the cover reveal for the second edition of my first novel, The Exercise Of Vital Powers, and I have to say it went better than I hoped. The response to the new artwork was overwhelmingly positive, and I received lots of good feedback. Now, whether that will ultimately translate to interest in actually buying and reading the book in July remains to be seen, though I’m taking it for granted that the second edition will easily outsell the first.
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Greetings folks! For those of you who don’t know, the “long awaited” cover reveal for the second edition of my debut novel, The Exercise Of Vital Powers, will take place next Monday, and I’ll finally be able to share the awesome new artwork with you all. In the meantime, I am currently looking for other bloggers willing to host the cover reveal on their blogs. At present, three people have generously agreed to participate on the day, and I’m waiting to hear back from a few more. Ideally, I’d like as many blogs as possible to be involved, so I’m posting this call for volunteers to help me forever banish all memories of the original artwork for the book. 😉
It’s the start of a brand new month (well it was yesterday when I was supposed to submit this post), and the countdown for the re-release of my debut fantasy novel, The Exercise Of Vital Powers, has begun. I’ve been really busy over the last month, not only with ensuring that the book goes back on sale in the best possible state this summer, but also with preparations for the marketing campaign necessary to give TEOVP the opportunity for sales success that the first edition never had a hope of achieving. Part of me feels as though the effort, time and money I’ve been putting in to making the second edition successful should have been done last year for the original release. But in truth, I wouldn’t change anything about the way I went about things in 2017, even though I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. I learned so much from my experience last year, and those lessons have now put me in a much better position to find and win over an audience for TEOVP and all my future writing endeavours.