I’m thrilled at the success of CHANGER, the first book in the KESTREL series — thanks so much for the wonderful reviews and kind words. Book Two is underway and will be out later this year, and I’d love to email you as soon as it’s available. I’m also running a competition you may be interested in…
Firstly, if you’d like to get an email when book two is out, please fill in the form below. You won’t receive any spam — just the release notification for the book, at the appropriate time — and you can unsubscribe anytime. Only your name and email address are required.
BUT! You might also want to enter your Twitter handle, if you’d like the chance to win:
- A signed copy of the book in paperback, shipped to you anywhere in the world.
- Lifetime membership of this site, which includes an exclusive weekly email newsletter from me.
- The ability to name a minor character in the book. You can choose the forename for a minor character somewhere in the story. No promises regarding the context: might not involve dialogue; might be an antagonist; might die! But the name you choose will be there, and you’ll be able to tell people about it. Naturally, the character is not you, and you forfeit all rights in regard to use of the chosen name. I also prudently reserve the right to tweak the terms of the entire competition and prize if I deem it necessary.
If you’d like to enter the competition, fill in the entire form below, and I’d also like you to tweet about it. When I choose a winner from those who are signed up for the book-release announcement, I’ll check for the tweet too. The text of the tweet is:
Your chance to be a part of KESTREL Book Two. http://mattgemmell.com/kestrel-book-two-and-you/
(Feel free to add hashtags like “#ad” or such, if you want to let people filter out promotional stuff like this. I respect you and your followers. Being a self-published author requires marketing efforts that are at times icky.)
Or, if you only want to be informed when the book is out, you can just fill in your name and email address below instead. Thank you!