How to make lemonade and pre-orders and Los Nefilim

And no, the post is NOT about Beyoncé's visual album; although I will be keeping her grandmother's general theme of making lemonade. (My grandmother used to say the same thing about when life gives you lemons, make lemonade--it's a southern thing, get over it.)

OKAY! So things happened yesterday! The omnibus ebook edition of Los Nefilim hit the airwaves! And there was rejoicing and marketing and tweets and retweets and some small confusion over the print edition. This is where the lemonade comes in ...

The print edition will be published on June 14, 2016. I know some of you were disappointed, but we're going to make this delay work in our favor.

We're going to make lemonade.

Here is how:

Pre-orders help an author for many reasons. One: of course, it tells the publisher how many people are really interested in purchasing the novel and what kind of print-run they want to anticipate. Two: pre-orders count toward that first week of sales, which can sometimes make or break an author.

I will be using my time between now and June 14 to write blog posts and interviews and whatever I can do to help get the word out about Los Nefilim, but I can't do it without your help. I need noise, lots of loud and furious noise about Los Nefilim and much help in spreading the word about the upcoming print omnibus.

Reviews, excerpts, and interviews all help me. Shout-outs and recommendations on Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Twitter, Reddit, and Facebook all go toward that noise, and I can't do it without you.

As we get closer to June, I will be running some contests and giveaways, but between now and June, please help me make some lemonade by getting out the word on Los Nefilim.

Estoy en deuda contigo,

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