The first Hobson & Choi book, The Girl Who Tweeted Wolf, has been around since early 2013 in various forms: on Jukepop Serials, podcasted, in the self-published book and recently in serialised form on Wattpad.
Well, as the H&C Empire begins gearing up for its third installment (and I’ve already written the first draft of Case Four), I’d like everyone to at least give my grim-yet-fun urban crime book series a shot so I can have some chance of buying that heavily armoured central London fortress.
For that exact reason, the very first H&C case is now free on all major ebook platforms that I could upload and set it as free on.
So if you’ve been meaning to try the series but held back by money, it now costs nothing. How long this price will last, I don’t know – I am a man, not a publishing machine – but at least the rest of 2015, I think.
I considered announcing this on Tuesday with the cover reveal, but because I didn’t get it set up in time wanted to maximise the impact of the strategic announcement on the internet content media #landscape, here’s the freebie news a few days later.
If you’ve already read the first H&C story arc in one format or another, consider grabbing the freebie anyway for Book-One-only bonus short story The Left Hand Is Always Right, which I enjoyed writing muchly.
Anyway, that’s enough text considering all I’m announcing is The Free Thing Is Free. Go now to the dedicated page to begin yoinking from your ebook retailer of choice. And if you enjoy it, you can move quickly on to Case Two and (soon) Three, feeling good about your real contribution towards my fortress.