Your font is wrong for Awake unless you were going for a different effect. Readers almost universally prefer Times New Roman over what you used which appears to be Courier. Also no need to list your editor and the creator of the cover of your book on your product page. Just give them credit in the book.
Here's the first story I've published through KDP, I'm also hoping to release more stories like this until I'm able to publish the full novel I'm working on. The main theme of these stories will be anthropomorphic superheroes dealing with their identity as a hero as well as their personal problems in the secret identity side of their lives. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00715DOQE
When the act of murder is so evil, the story itself becomes an entity that forces its author into feeding it's blood lust. Composed in Blood!
"Novelist Jake Stone has sacrificed everything for this story, including anyone who crossed his path - a story Composed in Blood.
Tommy, the incestuous and psychotic offspring of a crooked judge, has had a boyhood from hell. He is surviving the only way he knows, by eating what he kills. He is observed by a has-been writer, Jake Stone, who becomes obsessed by the concept of recording the story that unfolds to create his greatest work. Stone starts to bring in new victims for Tommy to butcher, feeding the incessant thirst of the story for blood. Despite the best efforts of law enforcement, this bizarre situation spins rapidly out of control in a maelstrom of murder and madness, to a final resolution: or is it final?
Waypoint debuted at the end of December 2011 to great reviews. Written by Alaskan author K. Jered Mayer, the first book in the Convergence Trilogy tells a unique story thy breaks genres and transcends a traditional, linear tale. Standing at 186,000 words, this terrific novel will keep you glued for days.
From the synopsis:
WAYPOINT is chock-full of action, memorable characters, incredible set-pieces, a twisting plot, some dark humor and conflicts full of questionable moral decisions. From a haunting, lonely opening to a bloody, twisted ending, Waypoint will keep you glued to each page.
Salem, a young orphan searching for his destiny, is faced with tremendous obstacles and staggering tragedies as he sets out for the northern city of Tsebb.
Con man Donovan Swan and his stoic friend, the monk Cale Farari, move to bustling Sandaria in search of fortune and adventure. They soon find themselves thrust in the middle of a power struggle between a corrupt political council, a brutal constabulary and an organization of killers and spies.
Basker is a retired soldier who has taken up handyman jobs in an effort to escape his violent past. But when his sister is brutally murdered, he embarks on a furious journey in an effort to track down the one person who knows who's responsible.
The lives of these four characters are set on a collision course with each other full of high risks, betrayals, assassinations, psycopaths, bounty hunters, revelry, pit fights, gun fights, riots, explosions, slavers, thieves, plot twists, dangerous women, thrilling chases and daring escapes. In the end, the decisions they make have ramifications that reach farther than anyone expected. Find out all of the explosive details in WAYPOINT!
From the reviews:
"Waypoint is amazing. By far one of the best books I've ever read. Mayer does an amazing job of keeping each sub-story completely separate while at the same time teasing you with hints on how they all come together. This book has the perfect amount of detail to make you feel like you're right beside the characters."
"I must compliment Mr. Meyer on his debut novel. The plot and characters made it a definite page turner... Mr. Meyer obviously has a career ahead of him, and is an excellent and imaginative storyteller. For a great reading experience you can hardly argue with the price."
"Waypoint is a terrific book. Mr. Mayer has a natural ability to create memorable characters that draw you in with their charisma and keep you hooked while reflecting on things in their past that make them who they are. I enjoyed watching the authors skill progress as the story went on"
"This debut novel by Jered Mayer is fresh, exciting and complex."
"I found this book to be difficult to put down. He had several diffent tracks / stories going at once and by the time the book ended I have some wild guesses about where it is going but really have no firm idea. That is really rare! The characters, though they are generally fairly rough characters, are all described in a way so you understand them. The plot has a number of twists in it. Now I can't wait for the next one."
If you follow the link below, you can read a free sample and, if you like it, purchase your copy today!
[i]"In order to ensure the survival of humans, several major companies and nearly every national government agency secretly signs away the rights of the general public with a major genetic engineering firm known as G.C. Incorporated. The meetings are held in secret, and again, information is kept from the public regarding this matter. To further ensure the success of this goal, the project is advertised worldwide by the head of G.C. Incorporated, Johnathan Blayne. Research begins into the development of a virus that physically alters the sexual seed of its hosts and alters the immune system, making humans immune to nearly every disease, past, present and future. This is what the public is lead to believe, although the real reasons for its development remain secretive at best. In the end, the only thing you have left to fear is yourself."[/i]
is fighting back and is now the better selling of my titles. I'm sure the fact that they were first published in print by Penguin Books is a major factor. 'Delighted' just about covers how I feel - and grateful for everybody's support.