Merry Christmas Every-One


Merry Christmas to all my family, friends, readers, loved ones, and rarely-seen acquaintances. Heck, Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good Holiday Season!


So, what do ya think?

Hello again, friends and readers. As some of you know, the release of the next Aeonith novel, Comes a Dark Heir, is imminent. Tomorrow as of this writing! FINALLY! ­čÖé

The Kindle and other E-book versions will be ready tomorrow: the print version, published on Createspace, may not be ready for a few more days, but rest assured I’m working hard on it.

I have a favor to ask of you, my readers. If and when you get your hands on it, and (hopefully) finish it, if you liked it(or even if you didn’t) I would so appreciate it if you wouldn’t mind leaving an opinion on Amazon’s webpage, or B&N, or wherever you like. Goodreads is also a great place to leave an opinion of a book, in fact it’s where I’ve published all my reviews of books I’ve read.

The more reviews people leave of a given work, the more strangers to this or that author might be willing to try his or her book. It is but another stop on my long, arduous quest of self-promotion, which as an admitted introvert I’m quite terrible at.

I’ll be updating the Aeonith webpage soon with all the links you need to the various retailers who’ll be selling my latest work. I sincerely hope you enjoy it, and know that the next volume in the Aeonith Rising series is also being built as we speak. Or write, as it were. As always, thanx for stopping by, and God Bless to you all!

See you in the Future,

J S Eaton



Heh, hello friends and readers. Anyone who’s seen Dead Man’s Chest will remember when Jack Sparrow met Davy Jones for the first since he made his infamous deal with the squid-pirate. Jack immediately begins his trade mark double-talking, and before he knows it, Jones is roped into making yet another deal with the wiley Captain Sparrow. In their words:

Jack Sparrow: So we agree my proposal is sound in principal┬á now we’re just haggling over price.

Davy Jones: Price? (spit)

And so on they go, trading Jack Sparrow’s measly one soul for one hundred others. Of course it doesn’t turn out that way, but you’ll just have to see the movie for the rest of it. By and large, I think Dead Man’s Chest is the best of the Pirate’s movies, although I’m often loathe to pick a favorite, much as I am with the original Star Wars trilogy.

Of course it’s not about the price of souls that I’m writing about today. No, today its the price of books, or rather self-published print books that concerns me as of this writing. As you know(hopefully, if you’ve been keeping up with this little blog) the next novel in the Aeonith series is due to arrive soon. After due submission, and over a year of rejections and waiting, I’ve decided to once again self-publish the next next novel in Aeonith series. As before, it’ll be available in all the various e-book formats, Kindle, Nook, et all. And, as before, I’m using the Createspace author-services program to publish the book in print form.

One thing that separates ebook and print book publishing is production cost. As is obvious, it takes alot more money to print a book than it does to put one out in a digital format. More than I thought, so it seems. Now with the Createspace system, or any self-publishing system really, the user has a minimum price that they can offer their book at, so as to cover the manufacturing cost, as well as make a profit for the printer as well. Before, I was able to keep the cost down below six dollars for the previous books in the Aeonith series, but since this next one has come in at over three-hundred and sixty pages, I’m having to charge more.

I hate it, make no mistake about that. But at least in the print form, I’m extremely limited in how low I can go. I sincerely hope the new price doesn’t put anyone off, but if it does, I completely understand.

As of this minute, I’m still tweaking a few things, trying to get it down as low as I can. When it’s finally ready for release, be sure that I’ll sound the welcomes and blow the crumpets! Until then…

See You in the Future,

J S Eaton