Another Solid Liftoff


When I released The Miranda Project a little over a month ago, I wasn't sure what the response would be. My first four books had all been fantasy after all, and this was a leap into sci-fi. There's definitely some crossover audience there (that's why they're usually in the same section of the bookstore), but there are also staunch readers of one or the other.


Well, it looks like I needn't have worries much, because the launch went pretty well. Overall, April was my fifth best month for book sales since I first released The Stairs in the Woods back in 2018. The book has also been well received, as it's averaging a 4.6/5 on Amazon, and a 4.67/5 on Goodreads. And while not nearly everyone who buys a book reviews it, it's always nice to get feedback from your readers, positive or negative.

Now while April was pretty good, it was nothing like the launch of The Last Sorcerers. To be fair, that was also the third book of the Forbidden Scrolls Trilogy. I got a pretty solid bump in sales there from people not just picking up the last book, but some were buying all three. I also had a somewhat tongue-in-cheek TikTok about writing women like human beings unlike some male authors that went fairly viral right around the same time.


Overall, I'm really happy with the response to The Miranda Project. I try to make my books have a broader appeal than just fantasy and sci-fi fans, and I hope that comes across in the writing and storytelling. My books are about people first and foremost. And I hope you connected with Alex, Hannah, and the rest of the cast of characters. I'm looking forward to seeing where the story goes, as well as what's in store for them. I hope to see you all along for the ride.


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