(Is obsoleteness a word? Don't care: too angry about computer breakdown to think of a better one)
What I was supposed to be doing this week was promoting City of Lust, which came out yesterday and which, ironically, features an all-pervasive society in which computers are used for evil. Gosh, wonder where that came from?
I had intended to make a book trailer for it, but can't even make still images since image editor keeps crashing. In fact, everything keeps crashing. It's the computer equivalent of massive organ failure, and it's being treated with paracetamol.
So, anyway. I can't make any fancy promo things to convince you to buy the book, but I can (at least, I probably can) post the blurb and cover. Ready? Let's see if we can still manage that.
Success! Okay, something's working today.
"Nobody hides from the Empire. They see everything, they know everything."
The Revolutionary lost the only woman he'd ever loved to the Empire, and now he's dedicated his life to bringing it down.
But fifteen years ago the Revolutionary and the Empress were Jack and Angelica, and their passion burned with bright intensity. Has she forgotten what it is to love someone? Has he mistaken her real intentions towards him -- and towards the Empire?
In a harem in the steaming city of Carnalis, the Empress and the Revolutionary are about to turn the world upside down.
Is it too early for a drink?