Murder World: Kaiju Dawn Deal


Murder World: Kaiju Dawn  is currently on sale for a mere $0.99 right now on Amazon Kindle (Prime members get it for free, as always). You really, really should buy it. Then review it. Then tell all your friends about how you'd sell your second born for the sequel (first born is a bit steep).

Please


My brain couldn't get into the mood for writing Kaiju Apocalypse III today, since this flu thingy has been kicking my butt this week. Instead of calling it a lost day, though, I decided to work on this fantasy idea my Muse has been beating me over the head with the past two weeks. I mean, I'd … Continue reading Please

Ewww


Since Kaiju Apocalypse II is being released this weekend (or next week, not entirely sure at this time), Eric and I are working on the third book and final book of the series right now (untitled, but I'd lay money on something like Kaiju Apocalypse III. Fits the theme, ya know?). We also happen to be working … Continue reading Ewww

Oops


So far, only a few people have signed up for the contest and purchased a copy of Murder World: Kaiju Dawn. I mean, if you look at MW:KD, what's there not to love? Bad ass women, big brawny men, massive Kaiju, nuclear explosions, science, spaceships, mercenaries, psychos, and did I mention the bad ass women? Ah … Continue reading Oops

Price Drop


In anticipation of the release of Murder World: Kaiju Dawn, Amazon is currently offering Kaiju Apocalypse for a mere $0.99. That's pretty awesome. You should totally buy it now that it's cheaper than a crappy McDonald's double cheeseburger (I think, I could be wrong about the price of a double cheeseburger and the quality of said item). And … Continue reading Price Drop

Too Much Gloat


It never ceases to amaze me just how much an author will research just for one freaking line in a book... I actually got to utter this sentence tonight while working on Kaiju Armageddon. I mean, between researching the vagus nerve and then radio wave transmission to Ceres and the asteroid belt, I've really messed with … Continue reading Too Much Gloat