Today until the end of Saturday, Hitori is free to the masses. You can find it here: http://mybook.to/hitori
That is a universal link for Amazon. It'll redirect you to whatever Amazon is in your area. It's plain easier than trying to list all of them for you, and you having to go through that list. Trust me, you aren't going to get viruses or anything off that link. I also provided a button at the top of this blog, if you don't feel like copy/pasting.
In other news, I've been struggling the last couple of days with what book to work on next. I have about 4 solid ideas I want to work on, but none of them are really more interesting that the last. Here they are:
1. Essentially book 7 of the main series, but it would be a standalone. I probably won't even label as book 7, but something more like "the further adventures of M" or something possibly less cheesy.
2. Backstory of Thomas from some early age all the way to the meeting of M (1920s) - also a standalone
3. Backstory for Domitianus - Starting with his very short reign as Roman Emperor and then his life as a mass murdering zombie (if this seems redundant, then you need to go read book 1)
4. A "Choose your own Murder Mystery". If you're old enough to remember the choose your own adventure books, then you know exactly what I'm getting at - except this is an adult version. The idea is that you're a detective on a homicide case, every so often you are given a list of choices: what clues to follow, what people to question, what will you ask them, etc. Those choices dictate which direction the story goes and eventually how it ends. Will you die in the story? Possibly? For sure, there will be a number of outcomes based on what info you've gathered. Maybe you talked to the wrong suspects and the real killer got away, maybe you didn't gather enough evidence so the murderer was set free, who knows.
For the next couple of weeks, I'm going to let you decide my fate. I'm pretty okay with any of them, but I might as well let the people who are going to buy it make the decision what they want to read next. So, let me know what you think. Comment here, or message me, tweet me, Facebook, I don't care. It's all good to me.