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Now On Sale: Nightingales

Now available from Middle Child Press...

Amaya Radjani's new supernatural serial Nightingales is now on sale for $2.99 per episode (or book).  

Nightingales is the story of five women who find themselves embroiled in a supernatural mystery in their apartment building. The series is expected to unfold over the course of 8 to 12 60-page episodes, including the pilot CRASH!!!  It is an ambitious project, to say the least, but one Amaya is excited about writing.  Episodes 2 and 3, Whispers and Oblique, will be ready for publication in 2017.

You can keep up with the Nightingales here.  Join Jo, Neveyah, Cressida, Lee-Lee and Monica as they navigate the craziness that's about to unfold in their apartment house.  Feel free to interact with Amaya on the Nightingales blog, and readers are more than welcome to leave reviews of each episode in the comments section.


#Nightingales Book 2: cool air


First off, MCP would like to thank everyone who downloaded CRASH!!! during the 10-day giveaway.

Now...it's time for cool air:
Picking up a week after the events of CRASH!!!, cool air takes readers deeper into the lives of Neveyah, Jo, Cressida, Lee-Lee and Monica. Cressida attempts to make sense of what happened to her. Lee-Lee decides to help Monica prepare for the Cookie Throwdown while Neveyah struggles with the consequences of the choices she has made. Jo has another run-in with Cressida and a disagreement with her roommate. Weird things start to happen to Lee-Lee and Neveyah.
Amaya will not be sharing spoilers (of course), but we ARE interested in hearing your theories on what's happening in the girls' building.




The pilot episode of Amaya Radjani’s new supernatural serial novel Nightingales, CRASH!!!
is now available for free for a limited time.

Introduce yourselves to the Nightingales: Jo, Neveyah, Cressida, Monica and Lee-Lee. 

You can download CRASH!!! right now 
from MCP's new store on Shopify: 

This promotion will run for ten days. After June 25, fans can purchase both CRASH!!! and episode 1: cool air for $2.99 each.


Middle Child Press is now on #Shopify

Yes, we've moved our store again, this time teaming up with Shopify.  It's seamless, modern, and we're very, very proud of it.


Making Way for Tasha Silva

Sexy Bahamian authoress Tasha Silva has joined forces with the MCP family.  We've just added two works of her polished erotica to our new store: Snowed In: A Novella, and V., a short story.

We also asked Madam Silva a few crucial need-to-know questions.  We think you'll like her answers.
State your name for the record, please.

Tasha Silva

Where you at?

Probably somewhere in a dark room glued to my laptop. No, really I am.

Favorite comfort food?

Reese's peanut butter cup ice cream. It makes everything better.

Favorite song to sing in the shower?

"I'm in Love With a Stripper" by T'Pain and Mike Jones. Don't ask why.

Favorite drink?

Sky Juice, a mixed drink native to the Bahamas where I'm from. Ingredients are coconut water mixed with gin and sweetened condensed milk. Drink it mostly on holidays, and it gets you nice and mellow really fast.

Aaaand a famous person you’d like to make out with?

Lee Pace. He's tall, handsome, tall, has the most gorgeous smile and some really soulful eyes.


Middle Child Press eBookstore Relaunch

We're still in the process of moving our inventory to the new platform, but the new store is up and running and when readers hover over the "eBookstore" link on our main site, they can skip straight to the genre of their choice.



#MCP Returns to #EJunkie

With a new year comes a new resolution: Middle Child Press is moving away from 3rd-party platforms like Amazon.com, and re-embracing platforms like E-Junkie.

MCP saw its highest revenues when we sold our books directly through our own eBookstore instead of a middleman company.  We garned 100% of royalties rather than 60%-70%.  Returning to that revenue stream will allows us to pay out more to our authors.

Fans will notice that prices have jumped for all our books on Amazon.com, and that is deliberate; we will be offering lower, more reasonable prices on E-Junkie when our store reopens early January.