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A Day for Storm Hamilton

Jul
07

Well isn’t this just great timing? I just officially published the paperback version of my first Storm Hamilton collection, A Storm in New London. Hours later, Bards and Sages drops the digital version of the story “A Step Too Far”!

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A Storm in New London features the ten core Storm Hamilton stories (short stories, flash, and microfiction) that I have written up to this point and a couple bonus stories. Here you can find “A Step Too Far” in print. I’ve put this book together primarily to have author copies to sell at Comic Con Seoul in August. As I explained to a colleague, one thing I realized in prepping for the Con is that my business card says “Sci-fi and Fantasy Author” but I didn’t have any sci-fi books! All my sci-fi is in short story form. So here’s my sci-fi offering for the Con.

But if you won’t be in Seoul from 3-5 August, no worries. You can pick up the book on Amazon HERE.

If you’d like to get a taste of the world and the character before you invest in a full paperback, there’s an option for that too!

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Bards and Sages has published one of the longest and most exciting stories in the collection as part of their Society of Misfit Stories! You can grab the story for less than a buck at multiple digital stories. Find the list of sellers HERE.

It’s been a long journey, and I am very happy to finally share with you all the adventures I’ve had with Storm and the Seraphim. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

~JM

8 Responses to A Day for Storm Hamilton

  1. Hi JM! Congrats on the book, looks awesome! I’ve nominated you for the mystery blogger award too – check it out at the link attached – and participation is not mandatory! Good luck in Seoul, I’m sure you’ll have a blast! https://rodericktmacdonald.com/2018/07/12/mystery-blogger-award/

  2. Congratulations. Hard work pays off and your proof of that. This is a stepping stone to greater things. Keep at it. You’re on your way.

    • You’re right. Hard work can pay off. The trouble is that you don’t see it while you’re doing the work! 😀 My expectations were tempered quite a bit the first year I started writing, but now I am in a place where I feel next year could be pretty big for me. Hope you follow your own advice, too!

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