“Nocturne, Son of the Night” is now up on the Amazon kindle store, complete with description and blurb. If you download (for free) the Kindle app for Android or iPhone, or a number of other devices (up to and including PC) you can buy it and read it.
Here is the link!
Here is a review from Inanna Arthen, author of the Vampires of New England series:
“The main character, Nocturne, is engaging and well-drawn… Cooper has created an intriguing and vivid fantasy world with a lot of plausible detail about its geography, weather, local economy, diverse species and relationships… [This book] is one of those Candide-type stories about the wanderer in search of himself and is quite compelling.”
As for pricing, I think $.99 is way too cheap for a novel. Thus, I’ve priced it at $3.50 which some might say is steep. However, (A) I think well-written (if I may be so bold) novels are worth that price and (B) that is hugely cheaper than anything a standard publisher charges. Most released e-books from Random House and HarperCollins are $9.99.