If I liked gum, I would probably be doing this right now.
Right now, I plan to upload Fighter to Kindle and Nook, Friday morning. Depending on how quick they are, you could be reading Fighter, Friday afternoon! So, let's keep our fingers crossed!
NOTE: Paperbacks probably won't be available for another week or two. I have to get the interior ready, have the cover measurements right, and then I have to approve it. Once it's approved it usually takes a few days to go live. I'm very sorry for the delay!
And remember, the first 20 reviews on Amazon will get a free signed Fighter bookmark! (U.S. ONLY, sorry!) BUT you have to send me an email (email@example.com) with the direct link to your review and your address info.
If you don't know how to send the direct link, here's instructions on how:
1. Click on YOUR ACCOUNT
2. Scroll to the bottom where it says, PERSONALIZATION
3. The first column under personalization should say: COMMUNITY
4. Click under community where it says, PRODUCT REVIEWS WRITTEN BY YOU
5. You should now see all the reviews you have written, and beneath them it should say, COMMENT/PERMALINK. Click on PERMALINK.
6. Just copy and paste the url into the email and you're good to go. :)
And don't forget to include your address in the email. I don't have bookmarks yet, but as soon as I have them I will send them out. (I should have them in the next week)
Also, if you write a review and don't send me the link and your address, I'll just assume you don't want one. So, be sure and send me the info as soon as you write the review. :)
EDIT: Ugh! I forgot the Teaser! Sorry! Editing is making my brain foggy!
“Watch me,” he said. He slung the pole back and then forward. It made a noise as the line rolled out and then the hook plopped in the water.
“That looks easy enough.”
I threw my arm back like he had done, and brought my arm forward.
The line tangled around me. I screamed. “Eeeeew! Get it off of me! The worm is going to touch me! Get it off! Get it off! Get it off!”
Caeden dissolved into laughter.
I screamed again, and then fell into the water trying to get away from the squirming worm.
I untangled myself from the fishing pole and came up sputtering.
Caeden was still sitting on the dock, laughing with tears streaming out of his eyes.
“I hate you,” I growled.
“Oh my God, that was the funniest thing I’ve ever seen!” he hiccupped.
“I’m glad you get amusement out of my fright. I hate worms and for the record, I’m never, ever, going fishing again.”