I am continually surprised by people who tell me they’ve read Pleroma: Book One of the Nectar Trilogy. Just last week I went with our youth group to a Praise in the Park event and one of the students from the other church said, “Hey, you’re the guy who wrote Pleroma, right?”
Then a couple days ago another friend said that she just finished reading it and couldn’t put it down. I didn’t even know she had the book.
Whenever I hear these things I get a little ache inside. Now that I am entering the the PhD program at Luther (exams start next Tuesday!!!!!) one thing that has to be laid to the side is my fiction writing. Lane, Heather, Owen, Dr. Clark, Jethro…they all have to go back in the box for a while, and it makes me sad.
In light of this, I made a decision. It’s time to share. I finished writing Amo: Book Two of the Nectar Trilogy at the beginning of this year, but have not had it edited and polished. All my friends sit lonely and unread in a .pdf document on my hard drive. Stories should not go unread, so I’ve decided to share this version of the story with anyone and everyone who wants it.
If you would like to read Amo in a .pdf document, absolutely free, no strings attached, just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll email you a copy.