More Time for Writing Because of OneUp App

Those of you who follow me on Twitter or Facebook know that I like to post quotes from Death’s Merchant. Every week, I usually load up 10 to 20 quotes with images that I think you’ll enjoy. The problem with this is that it takes valuable time away from my writing. So, what’s an author to do? Find an automated solution, of course!

I went in search for an auto-scheduler and found a great social media scheduler called OneUp. It lets me upload my quotes and pictures automatically from a file instead of having to load them one at a time. The cool thing about it is all I have to do is set a schedule for what time of day (for each day of the week) I want quotes to post on Facebook or Twitter then upload a file. OneUp puts the social media post into my schedule automatically. Now it only takes a few minutes for what used to take an hour. What that means for you is that I now have more time to get you the next book in the Common Among Gods series.

Another benefit for you is that OneUp can schedule Instagram quotes too. So, those of you who are on Instagram can follow me at https://www.instagram.com/justan_henner/ where I’ll start posting quotes sometime over the next few days.

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Death’s Merchant Cover

Hey everybody, I’m excited to finally reveal the book cover for my first book, Death’s Merchant. Special thanks to my designer, Neil Robinson. You can see more of his work at InsaneRide.com.

Death’s Merchant is a book about a war between the gods. They’re fighting over the ascension of a god of Death. Mortals become unwitting pawns it the gods’ war. The book has a dark concept that I’ve written in a light hearted way. If you want to see what I mean, start by reading these introductory short stories to Death’s Merchant.

Fall of the Mother’s Temple

Jem’s Revenge

Wilt’s Justice

Null Started a War

Of course, you can get a copy of the book here or read it on Kindle Unlimited for FREE.

 

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