The Nightstone – newly available novel in print.

I have released my first book in print. Okay, so it’s not actually the first book I’ve released in print. It’s my first novel and I’ve finally released it in print. The details are on the Currently Available Published Works page.

As an ebook on Kindle, this is my best selling novel to date. The link below is to Createspace.com, which is actually Amazon.com. However I get a bigger royalty if you go through the createspace storefront, though the book will be available on Amazon as well. The price to you is the same either way. (except the discounts only work at createspace.)

The Nightstone paperback on Createspace.com

Until the end of June 2012, enter the code HWW9U9E9 for a $2.00 discount ($10.99 instead of $12.99)

It’s a classic fantasy story that doesn’t involve years of waiting for sequels. I don’t write sequels. I write other stories in the same world in another point in time. People who read more than one of my stories will recognize the same characters.

I’m also discounting “Of Maia’s Mist” in print until the end of the month.

Of Maia’s Mist, a fantasy novel by Wil Ogden

Until the end of June 2012, enter the code VK5XDFZD for a $3.00 discount ($11.99 instead of 14.99)

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About wilogden

Wil Ogden was destined to be a wastrel but thwarted fate. During his second junior year in high school he discovered he had a muse and a talent for writing. Despite taking almost a decade to complete a bachelor's degree by changing majors eleven times, he managed to grow up. Along the way he worked as a blacksmith, a record store manager, a candy store manager, too many years in food service, a four year stint in the USAF, and finally settled down into Information Technology, which he uses to pay the bills and support his family of himself, his wife, son, seven daughters, two dogs, three cats, six chickens, a snake, a ferret and two parakeets.

Posted on June 20, 2012, in About Me, Tripe. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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