That's right, free.
So, here's the thing: I had this prologue I wrote for DARK AND STARS (Serengeti Book 2) that I really liked but, for a lot of reasons, didn't end up fitting with the rest of the book. The tone was different, the characters were different, and at the end of the day, the book didn't really need that prologue so I axed it during the last round of edits.
But I still liked it. But what to do with it? Well, why not offer it up to fans for free? I mean, it is Christmastime and all...
Interested? Well, head on over to Wattpad and check my little prologue/short story out. It's free--totally, completely, 100% no strings attached--so what do you have to lose?!
Dark and Stars: Prologue
Reddit Books Author Spotlight!
Some of you may remember the Author Spotlight I did on Reddit Books last year (if not, there's a post on here somehwere all about it). Anywho, I had such a great time interacting with readers and other interested parties that I'm heading back for a second help. So, head on over to Reddit Books this Saturday, 17 December 2016 and hang out with me or a while. I'll be chatting and taking questions between 11AM and 6PM US EST. Obviously, I'll be talking a lot about SERENGETI and DARK AND STARS, but come on out and ask me anything. I'm here for you guys!
Those of you who read my blog regularly will remember that Serengeti won an AudioFile Magazine Earbuds award a few months back. That was huge and thanks in large part to the narration of the multi-talented Elizabeth Wiley. Well, AudioFile did me one better and picked Serengeti as one of the Best AudioBooks of 2016. It's a huge honor to have my little book listed alongside Joe Hill's work, and those from several other notable and well-known authors. You can check out the list in its entirety by clicking the document file link below.
J.B. Rockwell grew up reading fairy tales, folklore and mythology, as well as anything and everything about ancient cultures and their history, and never lost her taste for any of it. She currently lives in West Virginia with her husband and four (yes, four) cats, all of whom provide inspiration for her stories, whether they know it or not.