My new look website is now live! Check it out at www.stevenhague.com. My designer, Christine, has been working her socks off and I think she’s done a fantastic job. On the new site you’ll find tons of information about the second novel in the Zac Hunter series, Blood Law (cool title or what!), including a synopsis, introductions to all the major players, the prologue, a hard-hitting excerpt, musical references – basically all you’ll need to whet your appetite ahead of the book’s official release of 17th July. We’d love to know what you think of the site – please use the ‘Contact Steven’ link at the bottom of the page to get in touch. Being an author is a lonely business and I crave human contact!
For all you Facebook aficionados out there, I’ve set up a Steve Hague – Author page where you can become a fan and sign up for news updates. Please join me and help spread the word – forward the link to your friends, advertise it on your own Facebook page, hire a sandwich board and walk the streets – in fact, just do anything that you can think of! I need all the help I can get right now, and the more people that know about me and my novels the better. Every time I pass 100 new fans I’ll randomly choose one of them to receive a free, signed copy of Blood Law - so please sign up, you might get lucky. Join the movement and help make Blood Law an internet phenomenon – this is just how the Arctic Monkeys started out and things have gone okay for them! Anything you can do to help me to continue to live out my boyhood dream would be much appreciated. The Facebook page can be found at the following link:
To celebrate the launch of Blood Law next Friday, I’m heading off to the Latitude Festival to spend three days drunk in a field with a smile on my face. If you should notice my towering quiff on the horizon, come say high – but cut me some slack if the sun has gone down, as my celebrations will have reached an advanced stage by then!
What’s Steve been listening go this week?
The Bronx 3 – by The Bronx
Frengers – by Mew
The Back Room – by Editors