Thank you to everyone taking part in the Daron’s Guitar Chronicles: Volume Eight cover reveal! (Looking at you Gay Book Reviews and Reading Past My Bedtime!) This is volume eight of the ongoing web serial, which is collected into ebooks as each arc of character development is completed.
Volume 8 runs 78,000 words and is available for pre-order right now! Pre-order price is $2.99. Book 8 goes live on November 10th and then the price will jump to the regular $5.99!
More info (& the cover art…) below the cut!
LAUNCH EVENTS: WEEK OF NOVEMBER 10th
• Bloggers: Sign up to be part of the launch to host an excerpt, Q&A, guest blog, review, etc here: http://rockstarlit.com/content/darons-guitar-chronicles-volume-8/
• Mark your calendars for the next chat with Daron: November 10 8-9pm in the chat room on Daron.CeciliaTan.Com (See the popup in the lower right corner of your browser screen!)
• Also Nov 10th: ctan will livestream from 9-10pm eastern for book launch of Vol. 8. (Direct Youtube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0vzienFR-g)
Volume 8 finds Daron trying hard to stay true to his heart. Life can be tough when you’re a talented musician whose life is controlled by gigantic mega-corporations. Daron is trying hard not to think about that, though, when he invites Ziggy to spend Christmas with Daron’s chosen family: his mentor Remo and the guys from the band Nomad. Ziggy’s career is taking off at rocket speed; meanwhile Daron spends a few months living in New York City working with one of the music industry’s hottest producers and then takes a gig to hit the road with Remo and his band Nomad. Even with the industry pulling them in different directions, Daron and Ziggy’s paths keep crossing. Can they rebuild a relationship without music tying them together? And what is that mysterious song Daron keeps hearing on the radio?
In case you’re wondering how long these books are, I can tell you right now these eight books do not add up to as long as the seven Harry Potter books! If my ten-year-old nephew can read all of Harry Potter, I’m pretty sure most adults can handle reading Daron’s Guitar Chronicles. :-)
And now the cover! It’s of course a challenge finding cover models with any resemblance to our main characters, so here’s another with no face, but this time I thought it was appropriate to show some skin, eh?