“Give in to the Feeling” goes live!

GIVE IN TO THE FEELING by Sarah Zama - Chicago 1924. Arriving to America, Susie thought she found everything she never dared to dreamed of in China. But only when she meets Blood, she realises the freedom to dress as she wants, make up her face, drink and smoke and dance is just a little part of the freedom she yearns for

Give in to the Feeling (Sarah Zama)


Today’s the day!

Yes, finally it has come. It’s been a long journey and I hope it will still be a long one (paved with success, you know, I’m stating it, just in case).

Honestly, I don’t know how I feel. Having a story published under my name has been a dream I’ve pursued for so many years that now I really don’t know how I feel. And I would have never imagined it would happen this way… I mean, up to a few years ago, this would have never been even possible.

So, go into the world, my little story. I’ve given you everything I could, but I’m confident that you have a chance. I’ll look after you, don’t worry.

I know you are eager to know where to get it, all you guys here assembled (ehm… helloooo! Anybody there???) Links are below.

So… now I’m getting seriously nervous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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And many other online retailers

Yes, I know Kindle isn’t there. I’m not offering the book through Amazon at the moment. But don’t worry, you Kindle lovers! Smashwords offers the possibility to download the book in many different formats, including Kindle’s .mobi So, if you own a Kindle reader and you want to read my book, head right here.

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About the Author

I was born, raised and I still live near Verona (Italy), though I worked for a time in Dublin. I started writing fantasy stories as a kid. Today I’m a bookseller who reads fantasy, history, mythology, anthropology and lots of speculative fiction. Somehow, all of this has found its way into my own dieselpunk stories.

15 Comments on "“Give in to the Feeling” goes live!"

  1. Mine has downloaded. Though I have to say it will be a while till I can read it – just started an 800 page book for my book group – help!
    Anabel recently posted…Galapagos: Tower IslandMy Profile

    • What book is that, Anabel? 800 pages! It’s been some time since I read a book that long.
      Whenever you read mine, I’d love to hear what you think 🙂

  2. Woohoo! Congrats! *Throws glitter* 😀
    Sara C. Snider recently posted…Hazel and Holly — The Long DarkMy Profile


    Congratulations Sara!! I’m hoping to you on the top of the charts soon!!

  4. Congrats, Sarah!!! 😀 Can’t wait to download a copy. And thanks for sharing your publishing journey here—it’s been both entertaining and enlightening! 🙂

    • I’m so happy to hear it, Megan. I’ hav eindeed learned a lot. I’m happy to share what I’ve learned. I know it’ll be a long journey still, but it’ll be easier with some fellow travellers 🙂

  5. Yay.
    Congrats. Have some bubbly and enjoy the moment.
    Well done, and here’s to many more. *chink

  6. Yay, Sarah! Congratulations again and again and again. *offers a slice of virtual cake*
    Sara L. recently posted…Tea Time at Reverie: Golden Tips’ Moonlight Darjeeling Black TeaMy Profile

  7. A very belated Congratulations, Sarah! 🙂

    • But still, it’s more than welcome. Thanks so much for stopping by. How are things going at your end?

      • Haha. Slowly… as you can tell from my delayed reply 😉 I’ve managed to get some writing done here and there, though. How one’s environment and frame of mind changes one’s style is of current interest to me.

        Anyway, glad to see you’re pushing on. Keep going, Sarah, and good luck!
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