Before I tease a little about the story, let me just add that I am selling the stories on Payhip first to try out a range of possibilities I don’t have when selling on other platforms.
For example, you can get 25% off your purchase if you share the sale on social media.
Also, and even more exciting from my point of view, I can add bonus (digital) material to the sale. So, with Yule at Aurora Station, for example, I am adding a JPEG download of the artwork (6000×3000) suitable for desktop wallpaper.
I can’t do this on other platforms. So while I realise that for some readers who often buy my books on other platforms (thank you!) it might be a bit irritating to buy from a new platform, I’m hoping that the discounts and the bonus material will make up for that.
I will be releasing the bundled Yule at Aurora Station in one volume, about 100+ pages, later in December for $2.99. But if you want to read along each advent, and grab the bonus material, then I hope you might be tempted with Payhip.
But. back to the story!
Luui, as you might have guessed, is in trouble.
No spoilers, but if you grabbed the free copy of Part 1 (now with additional bonus material which you can grab, even if you already downloaded it) you’ll know Luui is protecting the last known female polar bear in the Arctic, together with the help of her tiny friends Kalaagi and his sister, Naaluk, and the big, friendly helper spirit Âmo.
Yes, it’s that kind of story!
But hey, it’s a Christmas story.
That’s my excuse, and I’m sticking with it!
Anyway, polar bears, a container cabin, resupply via parachute, and a nefarious big corporation hunting for the bear … or Luui … I mean, what could possibly go wrong?
Well, and here’s the kicker, you’ll have to read it to find out. 🙂 But like any Christmas story, it will be resolved by Christmas Eve!
I’ll leave you with the promise of the next installment “dropping” on the third Advent Sunday this Christmas: December 12. You can always check the Yule at Aurora Station page on this website for updates.
Merry Christmas! (Kind of early, but hey…)