Book Release

As you can tell the web site has been reconfigured once again to better serve the authors and you the reader. The format stayed the same with links to the writers web sites in the right menu bar. We have added (2) new tabs, The Authors, gives a little information about them with a link to get their full Bio., the other Buy Their Books Here, which allows you to see the cover, ISBN number, price, along with the genre. That brings us to the point of this post.

Joe the second author we took on, beat J.T. to the punch by releasing his book first. In J.T.’s defense Joe had it almost finished when we signed him and has two more 1st drafts in the wings. Those titles as of now are A Witch’s Dilemma, and The West Son Rises on the East. 

Joe released Demons of the Jungle on May 24, 2014 through Smashwords in e-book formats. I talked to him about his process from to start to finish to see what problems occurred along the way. I will post the interview over the weekend, it is must read for those who plan on or about to release their first book. I feel his advice may help others from making the same mistakes. Below you will find a short synopsis of Demons of the Jungle.

Cover Text Yellow Joe SW

Debra and Patricia met at a local truck stop in Birmingham on a stormy night in late May. They both were in search of something different in their lives. One wanted to change her life for the better, the other wanted to see the world and have a little fun for a change. The two young women headed to Atlanta to start their journey courtesy of a trucker. Their troubles disappeared once they got settled in. They had a small apartment of their own, three meals a day, and a strong friendship. Debra and Patricia had only two goals now, to own a car and become actors. They had made a pack with the devil, they were sure he would handle the acting part all they needed was to acquire the wheels. The deal that they had made with the devil was not working out as trouble seemed to find them even in their sleep. After being incarcerated and losing everything they picked it in and moved. New Orleans was in their sights, from there back to Birmingham, then to Texas. With each stop a new disaster would fall upon Debra and Patricia. They both picked up a coke habit after being clean for most of the adventures. Texas was the place they were sure to catch a break. They did, so they thought. With a pull of a prop pistol they were once again on the run. Their destination, Alaska to work for a non-profit that would transfer them to a jungle paradise get-a-way. The jungle became their prison. Patricia began to have nightmares of being attacked by the unseen. The paradise was filled with mysterious events. One happened at the lagoon, the other while tracking elephants. They also discovered that people had disappeared without a trace, and other information that ran cold chills up their spines. Debra and Patricia realized they were part of a much bigger scheme. The demons and spirits were planning on taking over humanity. Would Malcum the master of evil get his way, or would help arrive in time to save Debra and Patricia from an unthinkable death?

The book retails for 2.99, however through Friday June 13 if you purchase through Smashwords use Coupon Code SA39Y to save 2.00, bringing the price to under a buck. Please remember any book you buy please leave a review for that author, there sales may depend on it.

Till next time keep flipping those pages and supporting the independent authors.

Nina D~ASOFT Writing

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About ASOFT Writing

The Artistic Side of Thunder (ASOFT) is an organization that caters to new authors that are struggling with the task of writing and the process. Over the last two years we have complied a ton of data on what it takes to get a story idea that is in your head to a polished manuscript that can be submitted to an agent or publisher. The object is to get your story in the hands of paying readers. Once that reader falls in love with the book, you have a fan for life.
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