For now, the Bride stories exist only on Amazon. That will change in about four months when we go “wide” with the series, placing it with Draft2Digital, Google, Apple and the like. We’re a little uneasy about leaving the Kindle Unlimited nest – every month, the Amazon tribe sends us a little something in royalties – but this feels like a good year to try new things.
While Glynn was doing his digital magic to upload the manuscripts – which I happily leave to him. I love magic, I struggle with digital – he discovered how to set-up an Amazon pre-order for our new novella, One Bride for Seven Brothers: The Fifth Brother. It’s the penultimate story in the series, paving the way for the very last tale to be told. He tells me the step-by-step process is very easy and I’ll trust him on this. I have no intention of learning how to do it on my own.
The Fifth Brother is written, but will officially be published on March 7th, a couple of weeks from now. If you've read the other stories in the series, thank you. If you're interested in doing the preorder thing on this story, go here and we’ll all find out if Glynn did this properly. Or not.
The last of the series, One Bride for Seven Brothers: The Last Brothers, isn’t yet available for pre-order. It’s much longer than the stories that came before it and Glynn needed a little more time to work on its formatting. We’ll have it on preorder by next week, too, with a publication date of April 4th.
Finally, if you’d rather wait to read the entire collection at once, One Bride for Seven Brothers: The Complete Saga, will be released on May 2nd. That’s coming out as both an eBook and a paperback, so Glynn has his work cut out for him. Our Saga is rather massive for one of our romances, wrapping at almost 200,000 words. In word count, it’s a little longer than Moby Dick.
Writing the words, “longer than Moby Dick,” I can only think of inappropriate things to say. I can be such a child.