TCR I – The First Month

So it’s been a month since The Camellia Resistance (TCR) was published.  So far, we have one tattoo, four reviews, a couple of rabid fans, and 21 sales.  My favorite review so far reads like this:

AR Williams has spun an engaging tale of intrigue and action that will draw you in and hold you tight.
The Camillia Resistance is a fast paced read that manages quite an unlikely feat.  The author will please those readers with literary taste that requires exquisite character development, and exploration of themes which are reminiscent of The Scarlet Letter and 1984 both.  The author will also please readers looking to be pulled into a snappy, imaginative and futuristic tale of intrigue and surprise.
From the first to the last page, the reader is pulled into a world where nothing is quite as it seems, yet a world that is perhaps foreshadowed by the fixations of the early years of the 21st century.

Come on, being compared to Orwell and Hawthorne isn’t bad company, right?

If you don’t want to spend the $2.99, you can always borrow it from the Kindle Library for free…  I’d love to have 21 more people buy the book in February.  My aspirations aren’t huge – if I can get to someone who is having a rotten day and make their day a little better, I’m going to be good.  I’ll take fortune and whatever if it shows up, but that was never the point.
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TCR I – The First Month

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