Neanderthal Mythos has been released to most main book distributors, like Barnes & Noble, Kobo and Apple, among many others, including hundreds of library's world wide. And this isn't even counting the many independent websites that pick up ebooks to offer on their site.
Except for smash, I can't see how many people have picked up their free copy of Mythos. I've no idea how many are floating around. I can see on one independent, there are 275 'looks', but not how many got it, and that's just one of many.
Neanderthal Mythos isn't a 'grand adventure' book, like Season of the Sand Bird is. It's a collection of short stories, mainly cautionary. (You won't see "don't put a plastic bag over your head", but you will see "don't sleep in the shade of a leopards tree".) These are the stories told around the community fire, aimed at keeping Neanderthal children alive.
It's out of my hands now. Only word of mouth will determine if Mythos is worthy.
Season of the Sand Bird, a full novel about the lives of Neanderthals, is due out in 2016.
Season of the Fire Snakes, continuing from the end of Sand Birds, is due out before 2018.
Season of the Shadow People (working title), will complete the trilogy, and is due when it's finished.
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