Sorry about that.  Hello, James’s friends.  This is James’s muse.  I’m going to take over writing this blog post while James gets some sleep.

First of all, I’m sure James would like to thank all of you who read and enjoyed his posts for the A to Z Challenge.  James is proud of what he accomplished with this year’s challenge, or I imagine he will be once he wakes up.

I’m also sure James would like you to know that The Medusa Effect: A Tomorrow News Network Novella is now available for preorder on Amazon.  The Medusa Effect is the first in a series of novella-length science fiction stories that James plans to write.  It’s all about time travel and outer space stuff, or something like that.

Okay, I really don’t know what James’s book is about.  I’m just his muse.  My job is to sprinkle fairy dust on James’s head whenever he runs out of ideas.  I’m pretty good at sprinkling fairy dust on people, but I don’t pay much attention to what my writer actually writes.

Anyway, a more proper announcement and cover reveal will be coming soon.  But for those of you who’ve been asking, or anybody else who’s curious, you can preorder The Medusa Effect now by clicking here.

In the meantime, I’m going to let James sleep.  That A to Z Challenge took a lot out of him.  James will be back to regular blogging on Monday with his A to Z Reflections post, then James and I will both see you on Wednesday for May’s meeting of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group.


    1. I’ve heard from a lot of other writers that I should do Unlimited, and I’ve also heard from a lot of writers that I shouldn’t. So I’m glad to hear that that’s a good option for you. That’s good information for me to have!

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      1. It is a good option for me. And unless you plan to sell somewhere other than Amazon, I think it’s a good option for authors in general. It enables a lot more people to sample your stuff risk free.

        That said, I also pre-ordered it.

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      2. The risk free part was part of my thinking. It seems like a good option, especially for new authors. Whether or not that’s true in reality? I guess I’ll find out.

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