Book Announcement 4!!
Another new cover! Stanley Street has been given quite the makeover (thanks to, Open the Book Design.)
Now, in this one, the story will stay the same, (and will be edited appropriately), but, it will be followed with a sequel, Yellow Brick Road! the story of Kevin’s flamboyant best friend Patrick.
Stanley Street will become available soon, so keep an eye our for updates on it!
Book Announcement 3!!
There’s a whole new look to the McKenzie Jackson Academy books, all with brand new covers designed by Open the Book design, and even a few hidden extras between the pages.
The brand new Superstar will be available very soon! and keep a look out for the other MJA books.
So, as most people know, I’m on a rebrand, rewrite, reinvent hiatus year. Apart of this month has been focused on ensuring Wave 2 is identifiable, and now, I think it is.
You will be able to identify R.J. Wave 2 books by their spines (well, in the paperback anyway.)
On each and every spine, there will be the sexuality flag (of the MC at least), and my initials.
On digital versions, it will be made known that the book is the rebrand, rewrote and reinvented version, and will also be copyrighted 2016 (or beyond.)
Keep an eye out for the first of Wave 2!
So, Book Announcement 2!
I was thrilled with the success of Prince’s Tale I when it first came out on Valentines Day 2015, I also planned to write many sequels, going all the way up to Prince’s Tale V!
But, as time has come on, and the idea of writing Prince’s Tale II began looming I discovered Matt and Eddie’s story is told, sure, there is future things, there’s their entire romantic life together to discover, but, that may be best left to the imagination of the readers.
So, as of Prince’s Tale rerelease (Date to be announced), it will be a solo book, a stand-alone (and with a slightly altered cover too!)
Well, the day has finally come here is my FIRST EVER cover release. Finlay X
Source: COVER REVEAL!
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