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Getting Ready to Invade SVScon(Again)

Box of BooksOnce again, I can tell you that I’m going to be at this year’s SVScon in Herning, Denmark! This year, it will be held over the weekend 3.-5. May 2013.

I had an amazing time last year when I had a booth at their Artist Alley-area, and I’m very excited to say that I can be found there both Friday and Saturday this year. I will also come better prepared this time!

Last year, the huge interest in my books took me by surprise and I ended up having sold out of my paper copies long before my time was up. This time, I have ordered home three times as many copies and I dare you to make me run out!

I’m also pleased to say that Silent Sound is almost done and will be ready before May, which means that I will be selling it in print for the first time at this convention. I am so excited about seeing it in print beside Resounding Echo that it’s nearly making me feel sick!

Like last year, I will also be selling posters and I have already ordered prints of my 5 favorite artworks. I would love to hear if you think there’s one I just HAVE to be selling as well. Feel free to look through the artwork page: The Angel’s Voice Series Artwork

My trusty sidekick Hans Christian, also known as Qulr on DeviantART(Last year going by the name Mitizaki), will also be joining me again. If you didn’t know, he is the one who took ZKROX’s amazing artwork and turned it into covers for Resounding Echo and Silent Sound.

If you visit my booth, you will also get a voucher for a free ebook copy of Huntress!

Once again, I will love to hear your opinions on poster choices, or any other ideas to what I should bring to SVScon (Even if you can’t make it to the convention yourself). And I really hope to see just as many amazing people as I did last year!

Rock on!

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Release of Huntress!

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My new short story Huntress is finally available as ebook!

As a short story, it will unfortunately ONLY be available in ebook format, but it might be included in a paperback short story-collection in the future.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Giveaway! The winners will be announced on Rafflecopter and the ebook copies will be sent out later today.

Huntress is available on:

Amazon Kindle: Here

Smashwords: Here

Redesign Fantasy CoverAfter having watched man after man being carried through the gates, all on the verge of death, Selissa has had enough. Each of them has fallen victim to the claws of the vicious demons lurking in the forest, but everyone turns a blind eye to the rampage that is happening right before them.

Despite the warnings of the young priest apprentice Calen, Selissa decides to deal with the demon threat on her own. But she may soon discover that demons are the least of her problems…

Huntress is a prequel short story to the Angel’s Voice series, and takes place 3 years prior to Resounding Echo.

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Huntress Giveaway!

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My new short story Huntress will be out in November, and to celebrate that I’m running a Giveaway, where you have a chance to get a FREE Kindle ebook copy!
This will be my first time doing a Rafflecopter giveaway, so I’m pretty excited to see how it works out. Follow the link to enter:

Rafflecopter Huntress Giveaway

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After having watched man after man being carried through the gates, all on the verge of death, Selissa has had enough. Each of them has fallen victim to the claws of the vicious demons lurking in the forest, but everyone turns a blind eye to the rampage that is happening right before them.

Despite the warnings of the young priest apprentice Calen, Selissa decides to deal with the demon threat on her own. But she may soon discover that demons are the least of her problems…


Huntress is a prequel short story to the Angel’s Voice series, and takes place 3 years prior to Resounding Echo.


Enter the Giveaway!

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Ardeth Artwork

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Character artwork of Ardeth, made by my faithful illustration artist ZKROX.

This was actually meant to be the cover art for Quiet Whisper, the third book in the Angel’s Voice series, but for some reason I’m not so sure about it. I’m leaning towards the first artwork of this character instead, but I’m still torn.

Any thoughts?

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A Day at SVScon

As I wrote earlier this week, I could be found in Artist Alley at SVScon this weekend. This was my first author appearance ever and not only was it a great experience, it was quite a weird one too!

I hadn’t really expected my first appearance as an author to involve a guy wearing a trench coat and a horse mask getting butchered with an axe by the Joker. But I guess things never turn out quite as you imagined them…

I was sharing a stand with my friend and cover designer Hans Christian, where I was selling paperback copies of Resounding Echo as well as posters of some of the Angel’s Voice artwork. We had a great table in the middle of the Artist Alley area, and a great atmosphere provided by the Apocalypse Roleplay stand behind us. Nothing like smoke, loud metal music and stray foam bullets flying past you every once in a while!

I had expected to be less than busy, but the interest for my books surpassed my wildest expectations. Not only was it rarely empty in front of our table, I got to talk to a great amount of people about not only my own writing, but about being an indie in general. Ebooks are not that common in Denmark yet, and independent author is not a term even used, so many people found my publishing process interesting.

I had completely underestimated the attention I would gain, and before I knew it, I had run out of books! Even the posters almost got sold out, leaving me with an almost empty table. I will definitely have to prepare myself better for next time!

It has been such a great experience, and I’m already itching for the next time I have the possibility to do something like it again! Seeing sales numbers on a screen or getting a Tweet from a reader feels good, but it’s nothing like speaking about your writing face-to-face with interested people or being able to smile at someone when you hand them a physical copy of your book. It feels great and gives only satisfaction and excitement, without the feelings being followed by constant thoughts on how to market your work to keep the sales up or how you have to go through the next edit of the book. It’s a purely positive feeling that lasts much longer than an increase in your Amazon sales report will ever do.

I hope to repeat the success next year as well, and I’m already looking into if it will be possible for me to be at J-Popcon in February too. I would love to hear from some of the people I talked to, so feel free to leave a comment and share some of your own SVScon-stories!