Two weeks to go!
This morning we hit ‘Publish’ on The Patient Killer.
In just eight minutes it passed the ‘In Review’ stage at Amazon, and it now says ‘Publishing’.
It’s said that for three hours, even though the store pages are up and preorders are starting to trickle in. The preorder period lasts two weeks with the book page set to go live on May 4th (our 4 year anniversary as authors!).
As promised we’re offering TPK at the early bird special price of 99c/ 99p. This will last for the whole preorder period and the first few days on sale. After that it’ll go up to £1.99 / $2.99 (or regional equivalent). It’ll be free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers the entire time.
Links are the bottom of this post. If you’ve got a question check out these FAQS or shoot us an email and we’ll get right back to you.
When will I be charged?
Amazon charge on release – so expect a charge to be made on or around May 4th.
How will it be delivered?
Amazon will whisper-sync it to your kindle the first time you connect after release.
How much is it?
The normal price will be £1.99 or regional equivalent.
What order should I read the DCI Morton novels in?
Any. The stories are all stand-alone so you can pick which one you like, but the chronological order is as follows:
Can I interview you on my website?
Yes (please). Send us an email.
What if I don’t like it?
You’ll have a full seven days from release to return it for a full refund, no questions asked. Just use the ‘Return’ option within Manage My Kindle.
Will The Patient Killer be included in Kindle Unlimited?
Yes. For at least the first 90 days, you’ll be able to read for free if you’ve got a Kindle Unlimited subscription.
I’ve read The Patient Killer When’s the next one out?
Missing Persons is currently scheduled for around January 2017. Watch this space.
Who made the cover?
Nadica Boshkovska. She’s excellent. I highly recommend her.
When will The Patient Killer be available in other formats/ languages?
Initially TPK will be available in British English in eBook and paperback formats only. Watch this space for news on audio, hardback and other formats.
Who do I talk to if I have a rights enquiry?
For subsidiary rights enquiries please direct those to Sean using our contact form.