Book Launch Party for Across the Broken Stars by Jed Herne
Buy Across the Broken Stars here: jedherne.com/acrossthebrokenstars
Today’s episode features the audio recording from my latest book launch. Enjoy!
(Below the podcast links, I’ve also included the video version of this event).
Or click here to listen online.
00:00 – 10:20 – Jed’s thoughts on how to become more creative
10:20 – 21:12 – Jed reads scene 1 from Across the Broken Stars
21:12 – onwards – Q & A from the audience.
[Announcement] My latest book, Across the Broken Stars, is out today!
Click here to buy your copy.
Leon has a secret. He was once an angel – a winged warrior sworn to protect Paya, a realm where people live on discs that float in space.
Now, Leon’s a broken man, trying to forget the past. He thinks he’s the last angel. But then a young fugitive stumbles onto Leon’s doorstep. She’s an angel, too. And she has a riddle leading to a place where angels still live. Or so the stories claim …
Desperate for redemption, Leon begins a perilous quest through myth and folklore. But will Leon and the fugitive find their legendary destination? Or will Leon lose his last chance for salvation?
Brutal and gripping, this is a story about a flawed man’s search for forgiveness.
> Buy a copy here: jedherne.com/broken
And if you buy a copy before midnight Feb 9th, email your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive free bonuses, including:
- The unedited first draft (which was 20 000 words shorter than the final novel)
- My original outline
- A free companion short story
- Other behind-the-scenes looks into my process.
Praise for Across the Broken Stars:
★★★★★ “The details that went into the creation of this world were fantastic. It is unlike any other sci-fi world I’ve ever read about.” – Darian Seese.
★★★★★ “Gripped me from the start. I loved that Leon, the protagonist, was kind of a screw up. His actions and emotions are so achingly normal which is something rarely seen in fantasy novels.” – Jaimee Camilleri.
★★★★★ “The most unique part about Across the Broken Stars, and my favorite element hands down, is that the realm of Paya is made of discs in space instead of worlds as we know them. […] The discs make for a unique setting and at times add great tension to the story. If you are looking for an epic fantasy that has a unique setting, this is it.” – Kate Valent, Reedsy Discovery Starred Review.
– Jed Herne, host of the Novel Analyst Podcast
Episode 1 – The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss – Making Every Scene Interesting
Pat Rothfuss’ fantasy novel blew me away. In this episode, I analyse how he made every scene interesting – no mean feat given that this novel is over 600 pages long!
Story by Robert McKee
Episode 0 – Novel Analyst Teaser
Welcome to the Novel Analyst podcast! I’m Jed Herne and each episode I analyse a story to help you become a better writer. In this teaser, you’ll learn about my writing journey and what I want to achieve with this podcast. Enjoy!