Mail me about new books please

Dear reader,

Perhaps you would like to be notified when a new book is about to be released. For this I hope you will use this convenient little ‘subscription form’ on this page to send me your e-mail address and where you can tell me which book(s) or series you are interested in.

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Thank you!

8 thoughts on “Mail me about new books please”

  1. Dear Paul, I liked the two Hilda books and laughed a fair bit. “Liver, lung and prosper” had me in stitches.
    BUT, I would suggest you find a beta reader. There were numerous mistakes in the books. English is my second language too, but it is not an excuse when you publish a book. Secondly, if you are going to use another author’s characters (the Discworld witches) you should give credit to that author at the very least, and the characters should stay in character. Granny Weatherwax would never giggle, for instance.

  2. Dear Mr. Kater,

    I am the author of a new action science fiction thriller novel about an FBI Agent who travels to Gatesville, Texas to investigate an escape death row fugitive. Upon arriving, he learns a disturbing truth of what happened several hours before her escape.

    Would you be interested in reviewing my book title or posting the “The First” currently selling on Amazon on your site?

    I’d be happy to send you a review copy.

    Thank you.

    Evo Universe
    The First
    Kipjo K. Ewers
    ISBN-13: 978-0615836690

  3. I have read all of the Hilda books to date. I love the series. Yes, they do contain some grammatical errors, but overall they do not hinder the reading. I would gladly offer to be a beta reader. Have you thought about having Hilda and William visit a creepy swamp ( Louisiana style ) and face some really bad magic and hauntings. Or, maybe have them face something in Williams world. Anyway, love the series keep them coming.

  4. I have read all of the Hilda books to date.
    They are perfect. The humor is grand and Hilda lives up to to her rep as the wicked one.

  5. Paul,

    You know I love the Hilda books as I have told you after each one. Keep up the wonderful writing. I can’t wait to see what kind of adventures will happen now that Shevaughn has come into the story. I have mixed feelings about whether Hilda and William should have a child, but I can imagine all kinds of adventures and problems coming from it. Thank you for another delightful read. Hoping to chat again soon!

    1. Hello Angel, Thank you for your comment. 🙂
      I’ve been giving the child-issue a lot of thought, trust me. It has good things but also bad things. In Hilda 19 and 20 there will be no answer to this (ssst don’t spread the word) but I am sure that Hilda 19 (which is in edits now) will be entertaining enough.
      Regards! Paul

    1. Thank you so much for letting me know, Carol!
      We’re working on the last edits of the Baba Yaga story, and Hilda 23 is coming along nicely.

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