My new release, interracial M/M fantasy romance Nami is now available to purchase on All Romance and Amazon! Step into a world of religion, war, and devotion as one man struggles to save the man he loves from the chains of a cruel fate.
The Empire is sweeping the land, taking cities and towns by force. Nami, a young priest dedicated to the Goddess Ceres, is ready to sacrifice himself as Numidia falls, but his slave, lover, and protector Avan saves Nami from the temple flames against his will.
Alive and outraged, Nami travels to the city of Gran Terra to consult the Great Temple, but Avan’s love is changing Nami’s worldview. When he sees the Great Temple has become a hive of greed and indulgence, he challenges the idea of dying for a deity. However, the High Priest has another idea, and Nami will have to find every ounce of strength inside himself if he’s to escape the Temple alive with Avan by his side.
Continuing my experiment with Kindle Unlimited, I’ve enrolled True Nature in KDP Select and it’s now available to borrow for free for Kindle Unlimited/Kindle Owners Lending Library users. This was a no-brainer, since iTunes wouldn’t list it for content and Scribd seemed unwilling to offer it in their subscription lending service.
I’d love to hear your thoughts. Should I enroll more of my self-published titles in Kindle Unlimited? Does being able to borrow fiction (especially short fiction) make you more likely to read something you’d be reluctant to purchase? Should I enroll all my short fiction, perhaps even my novels, or is having a choice in which vendor you use more important to you? All comments are welcomed and appreciated.