Hey everyone! All the King’s Men is available on the Kindle (or any device with the Kindle App) and the Nook. The iPad and other devices will follow. The print book will be available next week.
Click here to buy it on Amazon.
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And stay tuned for the blog tour coming in April!
Just a little update on the release of the sequel. There was a slight problem with the ebook and the release has been delayed a couple of days until March 28th. Sorry for the delay, but only a few more days to wait!
If you’ve read The Kings of Charleston you know that Casper’s mother likes to throw a party and when she does she goes all out. Mrs. Whitley’s life as a socialite involves planning tons of events with wait staff, outlandish decorations and fancy food.
Casper finds it all a bit much, but I can’t say I totally agree. After my husband and I threw our very first grown up party at our house we found out that we might just be party people too.
Now, don’t think our parties have waiters (other than myself and my husband) or ornate decorations (does pretty table cloths count?) or fancy food (it may not be fancy, but plenty of people love my cooking). Our parties are a bit (okay alot) more low key, but just as much fun. Actually Casper might like our kind of parties, because it’s all about spending time with friends and family.
And along with gearing up for the release of All the King’s Men, I’m planning and organizing for a party this weekend at my house. I decided to do an Italian dinner party and I hope it will be a great success. When I first picked the date I didn’t think about the fact that it was right before the sequel’s release. But it worked out perfectly and now I get to share in the excitement of the next chapter of the series with lots of friends and family.
So here’s to the Whitley’s and the next chapter in their lives (which probably involves a party or two)!
After a certain point, money is meaningless. It ceases to be the goal. The game is what counts.~Aristotle Onassis
There’s a mystery floating in Charleston, South Carolina and it revolves around one word…Kythera. To anyone outside the city limits it means nothing, but to those who live there it’s a word whispered in awe and respect or jealousy and hate.
Welcome to a world where money isn’t the only name of the game.
All the King’s Men is the sequel to The Kings of Charleston and continues the adventures of Casper and Cal as they try to escape Kythera and the mysterious group looking to destroy the “K”. Will they leave behind everything they’ve known or will their association with Kythera destroy them before they can escape?
The Kings of Charleston asked, are you in? All the King’s Men asks, will you survive?
Want to a chance to review the sequel? Check out Xpresso Book Tours for a sign up to participate in the blog tour for All the King’s Men.
The Kings of Charleston asked, “are you in?”
All the King’s Men asks, “will you survive?”
Tomorrow, I will officially be revealing the cover for the sequel so you need to stop by and take a look at it (I was so excited to get the final cover today and I can’t stop staring at it!).
Stay tuned for other things going on this week and all month!
We are only a few short weeks away from the release of the sequel, All the King’s Men will be released March 25th, which happens to coincide with the Blog Tour that’s going on for The Kings of Charleston that same week.
I should be getting the cover soon for the sequel and I can’t wait to post and share it with everyone. March is going to be an exciting month!