It Happened One Night… (STAY GOD, SWEET ANGEL is alive!)

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(Saturday night, to be specific.)

I got an email from my publisher, Perfect Edge Books, letting me know that STAY GOD, SWEET ANGEL is officially published! A little anticlimactic, it being on Amazon for a few weeks now, but pretty damn cool, nonetheless.

Big thanks to Phil Jourdan for giving this book a second life, and to Pela Via for whipping it into shape.

In honor of the release, I’m going to do a Goodreads giveaway,¬†because it kind of seems silly not to.

EDIT: The Goodreads giveaway is live.

 

Godspeed, friends.
Nik

STAY GOD, SWEET ANGEL Synopsis

Damon lives a content life, playing video games and dealing drugs from his second-hand store while his girlfriend, Mary, drops constant hints about marriage. If only he could tell her his name isn’t really Damon. If only he could tell her who he really is. But after he witnesses a friend’s murder, a scarlet woman glides into his life, offering the solution to all of his problems. His carefully constructed existence soon shatters like crystal teardrops and he must determine which ghosts won’t stay buried – and which ones are trying to kill him – if he wants to learn why Mary has disappeared.

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4 Responses to “It Happened One Night… (STAY GOD, SWEET ANGEL is alive!)”

  1. Brandon Nagel Says:

    Congrats Nik! I read Stay God a while back and loved it. Is this the same story? I see it says re edit…Just curious and hope I win a copy! Thanks, Brandon

    • Thanks, Brandon. Glad you enjoyed it. This is a new-ish version. The characters are stronger (Mary especially) and some of the fat has been trimmed. Plus there’s a brand new 27,000-word novella. Hope you dig it!

      Too, I just posted that I have eight signed copies available for sale if that’s something you’re interested in.

  2. Congrats Nik, Stay Go d is my favourite of your books. Is this a new version/cut?

    • Thanks, Emily. This is a new-ish version. I cut out about 5,000 words, then added in another 2,000. The characters are stronger (Mary especially) and some of the fat has been trimmed. Plus, there’s a 27,000-word novella that’s new too.

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