The plural is for ambition.
Here is where you’ll find any novels I’ve published under this pseudonym.
You know … by E. I. Q.
As of now, there’s only EUNUCH.
There is, of course, a follow-up book in the works, I promise. However, it’s very early stages yet. I’ve got it more or less outlined; it has a beginning, middle, and end, along with the general theme, tone, and plot. Also, my big, ol’ why. Now, it’s just the actual writing part …
Regardless, EUNUCH is featured below. Naturally.
The links will take you to the detailed book page which includes the synopsis, goodreads link, and Amazon purchase link. And, yes, our anonymous authoress is aware that this solitary book featured here looks a bit lonely on its own. We’re working on it. 😉
Reviews for EUNUCH
by E. I. Q.
5.0 out of 5 stars Exciting! Unexpected! Makes you think!~mesuarez
Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2021
A gripping read that’s so real, it’s scary. I could not put this down. Beautifully written with vivid imagery and a story that you will think about for days.
In E.I.Q’s EUNUCH, Glenda is a brilliant young woman that works doing research in science and technology. She comes from a privileged home, but as she experiences college and the workforce, her experiences change her perspective of the world and world issues. She evolves into a passionate feminist who lives in a world that is rapidly making a turn for the worst…~rolanda
Preview at Author EIQ’s Site
Meanwhile, if you’re on the fence, go ahead and visit Author EIQ for access to the preview link from right within Kindle! You can peek inside and read right from the page you’re viewing, without sending a sample to your device which certainly makes things easier.
As a dutiful publisher, I’ve reached out for unpaid, honest reviews for EUNUCH. The Indie Author Paradox is in full force, of course.
People are hesitant to read books without reviews. People also can’t review books they haven’t read. It’s a veritable conundrum, especially without a publicist and marketing team, etc.
Can you believe it? There are some readers—who’ve read it all the way through, thank you analytics—and not left reviews. I can only assume they didn’t want to leave a review because I would be hard-pressed to finish any novels that I hated. Therefore, I’m going to take the reads as positives instead of negatives. I could go with neutral, but I’m choosing to be an optimist.
Note to the Readers
Seriously, though, if any readers—of any indie authors, not just me—have enjoyed the stories they’ve read, it would be fantastic of you to leave all the hardworking, self-sacrificing, dream pursuing indie authors reviews. They don’t have to all be glowing, five star reviews. I mean, it would be lovely if no one dragged anyone on the internet but … it’s the internet.
Nevertheless, an honest, thoughtful, three or four star review is going to help us all keep doing what we’re doing. No one’s perfect. No one’s universally likeable. But, we can all help each other grow and get better.