The Witches of Armour Hill: Switch is here! July 16, 2015 12:54 2 Comments
The ebook is available for pre-order, and will be released on July 20th - if you pre-order a copy now, it will be automatically delivered to your favourite device on the release day. The paperback edition is still in the works, but with the first print proof having arrived last night, I'm hoping to see it released before the end of the month!
You can also find Switch here, on Goodreads.
It's been quite the journey, and seeing these pages finally published is still a little surreal. Thanks again to everyone who supported my Kickstarter campaign, everyone who has supported me since it's end, and everyone who has loved these silly little witches just as much as I do.
Coming this summer! July 11, 2015 11:17
Vote for Switch's cover! April 30, 2015 12:29
Hey everyone! Today is a big day for my next self-publishing adventure. With the input of some extremely kind fellow readers and writers of fantasy, I've created five unique cover options for my most recent novel, The Witches of Armour Hill: Switch. And now... it's time for my fans to vote for their favourite!
I've posted the five cover options below - take a look, and leave a comment or send me an email letting me know which one you think Switch should be published with. Whichever one receives the most love, both here and on my Facebook page, will be the winner!
The Witches of Armour Hill: Switch will be published this summer - cast your vote to be a part of it!
The Witches of Armour Hill December 9, 2014 12:44
Last night, I finished a portrait of a witch from my newest novel, Switch. When I started posting Switch on WattPad, I draw my main character, Margaret May Reis. Now that we're so close to the end (only seven chapters left!) I've drawn her best friend, Rhosyn Meyers.
Switch is the first novel in a series I'm writing called The Witches of Armour Hill. You can check out the first eighteen chapters right now on WattPad. In the new year, I'm going to be crowd-funding the release of the paperback and ebook on Kickstarter, so keep an eye out for news if you'd like to be a part of my next novel!
Owls! December 3, 2014 18:46
Andrew bought adorable owl decals for all the mirrors in the house! Between the sub-zero temperatures, the snow, and the general lack of daylight, I hate winter. The only part I can stand is decorating my house =)
This week has been mostly dedicated to my current novel-in-process, the second installment of a series I'm writing called The Witches of Armour Hill. The first novel is currently being serialized on WattPad - anyone interested can find the first sixteen chapters here. When the serialization of this unedited draft is complete, AlyssaCooper.ca will be the first place to find the final, polished ebook and paperback =)
I've got so much to get ready before then. There is a quarter of the book still to be serialized, and I'd like to have a set of at least five character portraits finished by then - right now, I've only got my main character done. I'll also be finishing up a few cover concepts, so that I can hold a public vote to decide the final cover art, and maybe starting a Kickstarter campaign to cover my upcoming editing costs.
There's just so much to look forward to!
Dream Come True December 2, 2014 11:55
Last night, I dreamed that I was living in the house from my most recent work-in-progress, The Witches of Armour Hill. An old Victorian mansion, this place has housed a witch coven for so many generations that their magic has leaked into the walls. I was wandering around the second floor (which is my mind, is the second floor of my grandmother's creepy old house, slightly expanded), in the dark, and the house was completely empty. I didn't even realize where I was until after I woke up.
I think I may be getting a little too involved in my story.
Thanks to everyone who has checked out my store so far! I know the shelves are a little sparse for now, but I plan to add my ebooks to the catalogue this week. Soon, you'll be able to purchase PDF, .mobi, and possibly .epub versions (I'll get back to you on that one) of all my titles, direct from my website =)
If you're a traditional reader, remember that paperbacks and chap books purchased from me directly are always signed, and are always shipped out with little goodies to go with them, like bookmarks or postcards.
Thanks so much for the support and encouragement I've been seeing from all my fans - I love you to bits, and you all deserve the world.