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Are you following The Fae of Bitter Thorn launch yet?
In case you missed the news, my best selling series (The Fae of Bitter Thorn) is getting hardcovers!
I’m launching the incredible new hardcovers on Kickstarter on May 9, 2023. The hardcovers will eventually be available in stores (in November 2023), but the Kickstarter editions will have extra special goodies that won’t be available later on.
To make sure you get notified on launch, be sure to follow my Kickstarter campaign. You will have to create a Kickstarter account first, which is where this guide comes in.
Now, let’s get started on how to set up a Kickstarter account.
How to Create a Kickstarter Account
1) Go to Kickstarter.com and click the link in the top right corner that says, “Log in”
2) Scroll down to where it says, “New to Kickstarter?” and click the link that says, “Sign up”
3) Sign up by adding your name, email, and a password. Then click “Create account”
4) Once you have an account, visit the follow page for The Fae of Bitter Thorn series and click “Notify me on launch”
Want more info about The Fae of Bitter Thorn hardcovers?
Here’s a short excerpt from the first book in the series that may convince you to get the hardcovers. If you haven’t yet, be sure to follow The Fae of Bitter Thorn campaign.
Excerpt from Book 1: Court of Bitter Thorn
“I’m not coming with you.” She shot him an extra hateful glare to be certain he understood. His lips pressed together. “You do not have a choice. You entered the bargain. Now you are bound by it.”
With a wave of his hand, a spinning tunnel appeared directly in front of them. The tunnel seemed to be made of green, brown, and black whirls, but she closed her eyes tight before her curiosity could be too entranced by it. The sound of fluttering leaves and the crisp scent of rain drifted toward her. Was that a hint of wild berries in the air?
Before she could peek through one eyelid, she slammed her eyes shut even tighter.
He let out an exasperated sigh, but then went a little too silent. Despite her better judgment, she opened her eyes just enough to manage a quick glance.
A sneer passed over his face as he leaned in close to her. “I am going to regret this bargain; I can already tell.”
Her fists tightened at her sides. She looked him straight in the eye. “I’m not going to Faerie.”
“Yes, mortal. You are.”