Jeff J. Peters

Book Signing – Half-Price Books, Tacoma

Stop by Half-Price Books in Tacoma, Washington,  this Saturday December 16th from 11am – 3pm for a book signing! Receive $5 off the cover price! The first 10 people will also receive a FREE $5 gift card to Starbucks. That’s like getting the Hardcover book for only $9.95!

Launch Day!

I’m very excited to announce that Cathadeus officially releases today in hardcover, and is available at IndieBound, Barnes & Noble and Amazon as well as independent booksellers. WIN A FREE SIGNED COPY PLUS A $25 AMAZON GIFT CARD by visiting my blog tour. You can also add to Goodreads, and view and comment about the Prologue here on my website. Hope you enjoy the story as much as I enjoyed writing it. I’d love to know what you think, so post a comment below.

Blogger Book Tour Dec 4th – 15th

Stop by my Blogger Book Tour December 4th – 15th and enter to WIN A FREE HARDCOVER version of my upcoming book, Cathadeus, being released December 8th. You could also win a $25 Amazon gift card! Enter as often as you’d like, and read the Prologue on-line. See the full tour schedule at:


iRead Book Tours

Book Signing – Barnes & Noble

Join me at Barnes & Noble at the Kitsap Mall in Silverdale, Washington, on December 10th for a book signing! The first 10 people will receive a FREE $5 gift card to either Barnes & Noble or Starbucks. Your choice. You can use the B&N card immediately and take $5 off the already reduced price of the book, so pay only $14.95 for the hardcover version!

Pre-Order Available – Release Date December 8th!

I’m happy to announce that Cathadeus will release on December 8th, and is now available for Pre-Order at the following sites:

Prologue Available

November 19th, 2017

I’ve updated the link below to now include the full Prologue, not just the first few pages. I hope you enjoy reading the opening to the story.

A number of folks have asked for a preview of the first chapter from Cathadeus, so I thought I’d provide a few pages from the Prologue (downloadable PDF). While not the entire opening, I hope it provides enough of the story to keep you interested until the book releases later this year. Enjoy.

Cover Reveal


Here it is! The final book cover for Cathadeus. I’m thrilled with the result and hope you enjoy it too. Click on the thumbnail to see an enlarged view and leave a comment to let me know what you think. Hope you love it as much as I do.

Special thanks to Jorge Jacinto for doing such a fantastic job with the cover graphic (and other artwork on my site). Take a look at his outstanding work at his website.

Layout and Fonts

Updated on June 5th, 2017

As a follow-up from, here’s an example of the interior design, including the chapter heading, drop cap and main book font. I think it works really well, is easy on the eyes, and enhances the overall story. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger version, and post a comment as to what you think?

I’m currently pouring through fonts, chapter headings, section breaks and other options with my publisher to select interior elements for my book. This is quite a fun and creative process that I’m really enjoying, and a nice break from all the editing I’ve been doing over the past couple of months. Once I have something selected and an example to show, I’ll post an update so you can see what the interior of the book will look like. Send a comment if you have any thoughts or suggestions of styles from books you particular enjoyed reading.

Proofreading Completed

Well that was nice and quick. The proofreader did a great job going through line-by-line and providing excellent consistency changes, grammatical catches and other structural recommendations. I really enjoyed working with her and hope to have the opportunity to do so again on my future writing. Now that we’ve finished the proofreading process, we’re starting the layout of the interior of the book. I’m going to be printing some advanced reader copies (ARCs) for booksellers, reviews and other similar purposes. Not to mention providing to my beta readers, who are now flat out refusing to read another round of my story without having a physical book in hand. Should be a fun process.

Line Edit Completed

I finally completed the line edit, and it was certainly an interesting challenge. Not so much because of the story, but more because of some very specific differences in style between how I chose to write the book and the view of this particular editor. It was definitely different to the other editors who’ve read and provided similar proofing in the past. Anyway, glad to have it completed. Like all reviews and edits, I gained value from the process and incorporated changes I felt improved, rather than diminished, the story. Hopefully you agree. Next step is proofreading that will check similar structural items and general grammatical consistency. Looking forward to the results and to seeing what the new editor says.