Spectra’s Gambit is out!

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Spectra’s Gambit appears to be live in all major ebook stores as of right now. Barnes and Noble has yet to upload the cover, but it appears you can at least buy the book there now. That should be cleared up soon. You can find the all the buy links on Spectra’s Gambit’s page on this site.

As I mentioned on Facebook, I completely spaced making the paperback edition! I have been working all morning formatting the files, building the cover and getting everything set up. I sent up the first files to the printer for review just a few minutes ago. Assuming they pass review I should be ordering the proof on Monday or Tuesday. Assuming that goes well the paper back should be ready for sale a week from Monday.

Just as a teaser, here is a preview of what the cover will look like:


Also, two of you have already posted reviews for Spectra’s Gambit on Amazon. Thank you very much! One reader wrote and told me he shared Spectra’s Gambit to the Google+ communities he is part of. That definitely deserves a huge gold star! Thanks!

Work on volume seven is going well. I have the first five chapters written. Right now I am playing with “The Sac’a’rith: Rebirth” for the title. Time will tell if it sticks or not.

Finally, please do not forget that bundle, The Lost Tales of Power: Volume 1-3, goes on sale next week for $1.99. Please help me spread the word about this sale and let see if we can get it on any of the top 100 lists. Even if it is just for an hour, that would be cool. Thanks!

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4 thoughts on “Spectra’s Gambit is out!

  1. Ken Davidson

    Started reading Spectra’s Gambit this evening and now it’s after midnight. Wow, what a hard book to put down. Enjoy reading about the original group of wizards again and I am excited about Nemesis. I’m projecting in my mind as to the role he will play.

    1. Vincent Post author

      Thanks Ken! With out giving any spoilers, lets just say that book is no the end of that story line. 🙂

  2. Ken Davidson

    Throughly enjoyed the book. Not a fast reader so spent several nights up alone until the wee hours of the morning. Was worth it. Liked the way you brought some old characters back and introduced new ones. More interesting when you don’t have one main hero saving the world through out the entire book. Thought I had it figured out in advance a couple times only to find out I was wrong. Some nice twists and surprises. Posted some reviews at the iBook store.

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