Ten Days Until “Under A Hunter’s Moon” releases… Here’s some feedback

Just like so many authors, I sent out a few copies of my upcoming book, “Under A Hunter’s Moon”, to reviewers.

I’m sharing a few of comments with you, because I couldn’t be happier with the reviews I’ve received so far…

Feel free to copy and share the following image:

Watch the full review, by Jin Okubo:

Are you a book reviewer? Interested in getting a copy for review?

I would love to get more reviews posted on Goodreads and Amazon, for the day of the book’s release. If you have the time to read a 4200 word short story, and write a review, please drop me a line @ timothy.bateson.author@gmail.com


One thought on “Ten Days Until “Under A Hunter’s Moon” releases… Here’s some feedback

  1. […] Richard Parsons is a lupine, one of the many breeds of shape-shifters living in Seattle. Mortal legends of his kind call them werewolves. When a traveling exhibition returns to Seattle, Richard takes a night time visit, with plans that go beyond seeing a particular display. However he is unprepared for the memories and emotions that come flooding back. “Under A Hunter’s Moon” is the first of the “Shadows Over Seattle: Prequel” series, giving readers a chance to meet the characters who will be appearing in the main series. Every story is a snapshot of an event in that character’s past, and can be read as a standalone short story, or as part of the series. At 4,200 words in length, “Under A Hunter’s Moon” is a quick, easy, read that introduces readers to the “Shadows Over Seattle” setting. Here’s what some people have had to say, so far… […]


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