Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A Brief Update

Sorry I've been remiss in posting anything new lately. Death Sword is doing quite well for a debut release. Exactly how well I can't say until the numbers come in. For a brief moment (maybe two hours), I was in the top 100 on Amazon UK's books > fantasy > paranormal list. (Amazon rankings bounce up and down like the proverbial ping pong balls.) I look at it this way, even if I'm 400,000, at least I've sold one book. LOL And for that, I'm grateful.

Anyway, I'm working on the Zaphkiel Project which I hope to submit in March. Today my goal is to reach 50k. The total projected length is 80k. If I finish it, the Zaphkiel Project will be the longest book I've written. (At this point that may be the title unless I can come up with something better.)

I've also revamped the blog. If you look on the left side, you'll see I've added pages, including online retailers where you can buy Death Sword, a free sample you can read, links to other sites I belong to, etc.

If you haven't had a chance to check it out, I have two interviews up. One is by urban fantasy author Sonya Clark and the other by romance writer Dyanne Davis who writes paranormal romances under the pen name F. D. Davis.

http://www.sonyaclark.net/2011/01/interview-with-author-pamela-turner.html

http://www.dyannedavis.com/AuthorSpotlight.html

Stop by and check them out if you like. We'd love to see you. :-) And if you'd like to visit my site, it's http://pamelaturne.net. You'll find flash fiction, character descriptions, and links to past blog interviews.

Happy Writing!

2 comments:

Nerine Dorman said...

Looking forward to seeing how things turn out with Death Sword. I'm cautiously optimistic! **holding thumbs**

PamelaTurner said...

Thanks, Nerine. :-) I hope people like it. The characters have become so ingrained in my mind that when I write the last book it may be hard to let them go. Oh, well, I can always write short stories. LOL