Pentecost Mini Relaunch For Pentecost Sunday Including Giveaway

It’s Pentecost this coming weekend (Sun 12 June) so I am doing a mini relaunch to celebrate including giveaways!  Pentecost is a Christian festival celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit onto the Disciples after the Resurrection, and this event sparks the whole story of the novel.

Celebration is also critical to mental health, especially for authors, as it is way too easy to spend time reflecting on lack of time spent writing, how well other people are doing and why we aren’t as rich as Rowling yet!

I intended to record a special podcast with me reading chapters from the book and do videos and everything, but my life is still in flux. I’m living in temporary accommodation and move into a flat at the end of June, so I’m finding it hard to get my usual multi-media routine going. Don’t worry – I’ll be back!

Bath Place where Morgan Sierra has her office, site of the first fight scene

Excitingly, Pentecost has remained in the Amazon bestseller lists for Action-Adventure and Religious Fiction since it launched on Feb 7th. It has also stayed between #700 – #1000 on the US Kindle store in that time, selling between 200-350 copies per week. You can see the first royalty cheque here if you missed it! You can also see the whole journey of the book from idea to publication here.

Pentecost currently has 40 reviews and an average of 4.5* on, so you can check out what others think of it. It’s available in print or ebook formats from Amazon and other online bookstores.
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**You can click here to signup for the Goodreads competition here to win one of 2 free signed copies – competition ends on Mon 13 June**

**Update 13 June : Winners of the giveaway are Cara McFarlane & Caryn McGrenra. I’ll be putting the books in the post on Friday this week. Thanks to the 951 people who signed up for the giveaway!**

Trafalgar Square, South Africa House. In Pentecost, this is the "above ground" offices of ARKANE, while below the square stretch the hidden depths...

You can also watch and listen to me talk about Pentecost here:

Move over Dan Brown – video interview of me talking about Pentecost with Tom Evans, from The BookWright

Thrillercast – Podcast interview about why I wrote Pentecost and gender issues in writing action/adventure – Thanks Alan Baxter and David Wood

How a blogging platform can help novelists- about Pentecost with KM Weiland from Wordplay

How to write, self-publish and market a religious thriller that kills on Amazon – on The Hopkinson Report

If you have read Pentecost and enjoyed it, you can sign up to be notified of the next in the series, Prophecy here.

Here’s the book trailer if you missed it the first time around:

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  1. says

    It was a great book!

    good luck with the mini relaunch! I’ll put up my review on my blog and tweet about it for you if you like :-)

    can’t wait for the next one:-)


    • says

      Hi Elle, I’m glad you like the photos – yes, I’ll definitely get some more up of Oxford and other locations soon. I’m going to start to collect photos for the next book as well!

  2. says

    You have done so amazing with this book! I get excited for you every time I stop by the blog and read your latest updates. And how awesome that book ties it with a holiday? Best of luck with the re-launch.

    • says

      Thanks Katie! I knew it would tie in with the festival, and one that is little used. I’m ranking on the front page of Google for Pentecost as well which is funny.

  3. says

    I’ve been following your blog for a while now and totally appreciate all you do for aspiring authors (including me). I’ve been meaning to order Pentecost from Amazon for the past two weeks. When I signed onto their site today, wouldn’t you know it – only one available in stock. I nabbed it! I’ll be sure to post a review on Amazon.

  4. says

    ok, so with some relaunch promotions, Pentecost is currently,

    Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #372 Paid in Kindle Store
    #7 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Fiction > Religious Fiction
    #7 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Religious & Inspirational
    #13 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Fiction > Action & Adventure

    and on
    Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #627 Paid in Kindle Store
    #2 in Books > Fiction > Religious & Inspirational > Christian
    #2 in Books > Religion & Spirituality > Spiritual Literature & Fiction
    #3 in Kindle Store > Books > Fiction > Religious Fiction

    I’m pretty happy with that so far! We’ll see whether it goes any higher…

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