Kindle giveaway deal on my new fantasy novel, The Land of the Young.
Dive into faming era Ireland and the Iron Age with this action filled book!
Kindle free book promotion for my Sci-Fi book, Luska. This unmissable deal starts on June 30 and ends on July 4. How better to celebrate the Fourth than with a space opera!
Sign-up at LibraryThing to win one of 30 ebooks of my new Irish Fantasy novel, The Land of the Young! You know you have been waiting for this!
Win one of fifty ebooks of my new fantasy novel, The Land of the Young, from Rafflecopter. Enter starting on May 2 and ending on May 9.
Jump on board for your chance to win an ebook of my new fantasy novel, The Land of the Young! It ends today and 600 people have already signed up!
Are you excitable? Then hold on, you're about to pee your pants! The Goodreads Giveaway for my new fantasy novel, The Land of the Young, starts in 2 days, April 13-25. Goodreads is giving away 100 Kindle ebooks to the lucky winners. Signup now to not miss this chance of a lifetime. The first 100 winners get a signed ebook...what? My handler is telling me that is not possible. But hey, you still get a free ebook.
My long talked about historical fantasy novel, The Land of the Young, is now available on Amazon! Travel to the perilous world of the 1840s Irish famine, a land made more dangerous by a power hungry revenant from the Iron Age. Also, the Celtic gods are a bit grumpy and want Ireland for themselves. Get it on Kindle The paperback will be available soon.
Self isolation got you down? Escape from your pandemic prison with a free ebook of Luska- a sci-fi book so good that it is in the Library of Congress (I hid one in the stacks). Get it here while supplies last https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/36471972-luska
Come and get your free Kindle Fiery Salamander ebook for Easter. It looks great in a virtual basket! The offer starts on April 12 (Easter) and ends on April 18. You can afford free.
Set your eyes on this lovely review of my YA historical fiction novel, The Fiery Salamander, by the sterling book reviewer, Jenna "Meadow", on her site The Book of Meadow.
Here's something profound.