“I, Hero: The Beginning” ON SALE for $0.99; “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” released in KINDLE version format

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday September 16, 2015

Jason Zandri
Jason@Zandri.net

PRESS RELEASE – “I, Hero: The Beginning” Kindle version is on sale for one week only at $0.99 (through Tuesday September 22, 2015) as part of the Kindle version release of “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” the next book in the “I, Hero” series.

Paperback book release and signing event for all of Jason Zandri’s titles is planned for the weekend of Celebrate Wallingford – Saturday October 3rd and Sunday October 4th.

“I, Hero: Nathan Returns” has formally released for the Kindle and is now available for sale; “I, Hero: The Beginning” Kindle version is on sale for one week only at $0.99 (now through Tuesday September 22, 2015).

WALLINGFORD, CT – “I, Hero: The Beginning” and “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” are both available to order via Amazon.com for the Kindle versions of the titles. Author Jason Zandri is direct selling paperbound versions of each of his titles independently.

“The books are available via Amazon.com in the KINDLE format for $2.99 or less per title. The pricing for the paperback editions are $15.00 each via direct sales.

I will be at Celebrate Wallingford, Saturday October 3rd and Sunday October 4th to sign copies of all of my titles. “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” is shipping and is expected to be available for Celebrate.

If anyone wants copies ahead of Celebrate, they can contact me directly and I would be more than happy to follow up with them.

For additional information on each of the titles you can follow the links below:

AS LIFE GOES: ELEMENTARY – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZXVB7SK/

ANOTHER SUNSET – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QD2FQU8/

I, HERO: THE BEGINNING – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Y3LA41M/

I, HERO: NATHAN RETURNS – http://www.amazon.com/dp/B011AOPE64/

Excerpts to the titles are available via THE GUNDERSTONE REVIEW at https://gunderstone.wordpress.com/category/excerpt/

You can reach Jason online via any of these social media sites or via email at Jason@Zandri.net

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“I, Hero: The Beginning” breaks all prior seller ranks; “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” is 75 percent complete

My first book of the “I, Hero” series smashed through its highest prior place in the Amazon Sellers rankings. The screen shot directly below show a little after that peak (in the 10,000s) but I captured the high spot off my DETAILS section from the book:

I hero highest

Before

After

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,717 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
#13 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Mythology & Folk Tales > Mythology
#44 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
#57 in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Superheroes

These are my best ever rankings overall ever for the title.

If you want to check out my free excerpts from “I, Hero: The Beginning”, you can via the links directly below:

I, Hero: The Beginning – Links to Excerpts
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt I
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt II
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt III
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt IV

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Additionally, “I, Hero: Nathan Returns” is nearly complete and will be released on September 15, 2015. You can pre-order it now if you’re interested.

Here are two recent excerpts for “I, Hero: Nathan Returns”  as well.
“I, Hero: Nathan Returns” – Excerpt I
“I, Hero: Nathan Returns” – Excerpt II
About I, Hero: Nathan Returns
Nathan Returns

Nathan is back in New York City; the place where it all started, nearly one year later. While he has been away, he has been establishing a base of operations and trying to follow the direction his life has taken – making a difference and answering the call for help where and when he is needed.

He has returned to this birthplace of his powers with more questions of why he is on the path he is on and what is expected of him.

During a dangerous rescue, his powers dissipate, and leave him critically vulnerable.

He connects back with old friends who help him rediscover the man he used to be to in order to help him be the man he has become and the man who he must be.

Magical forces come into play, pulling on nature itself, which introduces an unexpected challenge to Nathan while he is at this perilous juncture.

The pendulum swings even farther out of alignment; it is up to Nathan to respond before forces are set into motion that cannot be countered.

I, Hero – The Beginning

Prelude

Nathan stepped to the side of his ailing father’s bed. The cancer was about to have its endgame. Nathan did the best he could to keep a strong face forward for his father. He knew if he opened his eyes again, he would want him to see that he wasn’t upset.

“When it’s your time, there’s nothing you can do to change that outcome. The only thing you can do is meet it head on,” Brian Devron told his son the last time he was fully lucid. “I’ve done the best I could to teach you everything I know. A father does that his whole life for his children. Some have very little time. Others have decades. I don’t feel robbed having only twenty two years of your life to do that. It’s not about the quantity of time, it’s the quality. That is what we have had. I don’t know what life has in store for you. No one really does. You move about it the best you can with the gifts you possess. Give back more than you take. Compete only with yourself. Live life by your own measure, no one else’s.”

Those would be the last words of wisdom that he passed along to his only son.

The son would bury the father on a Thursday and spend the next few weeks settling his estate and liquidating his assets.

He would spend the remainder of that school year finishing up his degree. He then moved from Connecticut to an apartment in the Kips Bay area of New York City over that summer.

With the following fall, a year later, came change.

Nothing was ever the same again.