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The Game On Chronicles: Publication!

Game On is now live on Amazon's website!

This is the end stage of work on an eBook. The story is finished and is uploaded to Amazon—just waiting for you to purchase and review (/shamelessplug).

But now I have to switch modes from writing to marketing. It's time to get the word out! Announcements on Twitter and Facebook. Updating GoodReads. Blogging. Is there anything I'm missing? Probably.

I'd like to relax a little bit after wrapping up a big project, but there's no time for that now. I still have to work on my story for the Hockey Fights Cancer anthology, which will be released in just a few months. Besides that, I have some other ideas to open my writings up to a bigger audience. And of course, I already have plenty of ideas about my fourth novel. There's a teaser at the end of Game On for this fourth book, which I'm already excited about. Check it out and let me know what you think!

In other news, today's the last day to get a copy of Play the Man for free. This is the last free promotion I have planned, so now's the chance to score your free copy!

I hope you all have a good weekend! I'm going to spend it typing away....

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