DEATHLORDS is now available on audible! Narrated by Rob Saladino once again (WRAITHKIN, DARKLING), listen to ten hours of pulse-pounding, high-intensity military science fiction with just a splash of espionage tossed in, then topped with the fight to save a family's honor and integrity in the midst of a brewing civil war. DEATHLORDS is available... Continue Reading →
These things are coming at us almost every week now it seems. Best part? This isn't the last book release for me this month. But I'm not worried about what's coming out Jan 21, no. I'm celebrating the release of GUNBOAT DIPLOMACY, co-authored with the amazing Jamie Ibson. It's Book 2 of the Four Horsemen... Continue Reading →
Two great things for today. First, FREEHOLD: RESISTANCE is out in the wild. Barnes & Noble called and told me they had copies in the store, which I'd asked for (I like to stealth sign books). I think Friday I'm going into Roanoke to sign all the copies at both B&N stores. Assuming they still... Continue Reading →
It's release day for Devastator, book 2 of The Warp and direct sequel to Corruptor, the very first novel I had published under my own name. Let's get that Amazon rank up there and leave some reviews so people will think "Hey, fun YA that's age-appropriate!"
So today Corruptor (Book 1 of The Warp) went live for a second time and is available for purchase. It has entirely new content within as well as a new cover on the outside. The print version is over 450 pages!!! Secondly, I'm giving away the novella The Dead of Babylon from now until Monday. It's alt-history with a... Continue Reading →
Sha'Daa: Tales of the Apocalypse was re-released this weekend. My short story, Crouching Seal, Sleeping Dragon, is in this one now (it started off in Sha'Daa: Pawns, remember? Paragon Idol, another short story I wrote in that universe, is replacing it). Cool cover. You might like it. I did. It's been a busy week or so. Con this coming weekend.... Continue Reading →
Dreamers in Hell is now available for Kindle over at Amazon. The print version should be up within 24 hours (if, like me, that's what you prefer). I'm pretty certain that if you order by the end of the week, you'll have it in your hands in time to get 13 of the authors to sign... Continue Reading →
I made a huge mistake today. I got sucked back into Wikipedia. There's just something amazingly addictive about updating wiki pages while adding information, updating, and even deleting irrelevant material. It's not as though I have nothing else to do (he writes as he stares at the open word document which has been mocking him... Continue Reading →