There are 29 free ebook copies of the Fiery Salamander available on Amazon until Friday, March 15. Get them while they last at this link!
Luska, the scifi, space opera that took the universe by storm last year is going to be free on Amazon starting on Monday, March 4 and ending on Friday, March 8. Get one while supplies last!
Also, starting on Saturday, March 2 and ending on Saturday, March 9, the stellar, historical fiction novel, The Fiery Salamander will be only 0.99 pence on Amazon.uk. That's not even one pound.
Listen ya'll! Do you use Kindle Unlimited? Yes? Well all of my books are now on the aforesaid Kindle Unlimited. Let's go down the expansive list: The Fiery Salamander, Luska, Kadru: the Imperial Forest and Pathology Report. That means they are free! (if you are a subscriber)
Only one more day to enter the Goodreads giveaway and your chance to win one of one hundred ebooks of The Fiery Salamander. Hurry up and enter. The train is about to sail. The boat is leaving the station. The blimp is about to submerge.
Get on Goodreads for a chance to win one of one hundred copies of my new YA, historical fiction novel, The Fiery Salamander. How could you not win? Well, I guess if more than one hundred people signed up, but come on that's not going to happen. And when you win, it'd be great if you gave me an honest review.
My new, young adult, historical fiction novel, The Fiery Salamander, is now ready to purchase in paperback or download from Amazon (only Amazon at the moment). Lovers of family sagas, history, adventure and the colonial period in the Carolina's (yes, very specific) will have the vapors over my new novel. It's a little bit Huck Finn/Winter People, a little bit Last of the Mohicans and a large bit of fun. Think about the movie the Patriot. Now think about that movie if it was good. I mentioned that the book was fun, yet living on the frontier in the 1760's was not a day at Six Flags (or Carowinds in my case). There was small pox, unrest, lawlessness, animals that bite, slavery and not a few Native Americans who were quite pissed off at encroachment on their land and many other insults directed at them by the swelling population of Europeans. I think you will enjoy it.
That is enough verbiage- get the book yall.
Head on over to LFBooks blog and read a review of Luska. She mostly liked it! The book is a bit complex, kinda like one of those math questions about the train and how long it takes to reach the station except at the end the train explodes.
Here's something profound.