Hi everyone, I wanted to let you all know that I just did an interview on Real Paranormal Activity. If you haven’t heard, the show is a great podcast that reads listener ghost stories. Check it out on your favorite podcast app (just in time for Halloween). If you want to hear my interview where I talk about writing, life, and even a few ghost stories of my own, you can listen to it here.
And if you haven’t nominated Othello and Zombies yet. Seriously, what are you waiting for? You can nominate here.
My next book, Othello and Zombies, is up for a publishing deal with Amazon, and all it needs are nominations to get the deal. If you could click the link below and click nominate that would be a big help. Amazon will give you a free kindle copy if it’s published. Please check out the excerpt while you’re there! Here’s the link:
If you want to help me out even further, I’m doing a social media campaign to tell everyone about the book. All you need to do is click the link below and click support with your Facebook, Twitter, etc. Then give it permission to post and click support again. Once there are enough people supporting the book, it will send a tweet, post, etc. to everyone’s followers at the same time!
Free Aug. 15-19, 2016
I wanted to take some time to let you all know about my latest book release called Time Agency. This book is the first book I ever wrote, and I did it by writing one page a day (no more, no less) until it was complete. Playlist of the Ancient Dead became the first book I published (second that I wrote) because back in early 2014, I attempted to get a traditional publisher. While the book was considered “good enough to take a closer look” by the editors, it was rejected about two and a half years after submission.
So now my time travel thriller has time traveled to its 2016 release. And better yet, it will be free for Amazon Kindle August 15th through the 19th. You can get the book here. Here’s the description of the book:
Fugitive 07760 woke to a busy city street. His memory was blank. A well-dressed man approached him. He left a locked briefcase at 07760’s feet.
An agent named Nanette tracked 07760. Her agency had been following the anomalous man through time. But the case was different than all the rest. Her well-dressed protégé had given the fugitive the briefcase. A fellow time agent getting involved was cause for panic.
07760’s memory came back slowly as the technology in his body began to regenerate his neural pathways. Fragments of a past bubbled to his conscience. He wasn’t sure if it was worth reliving. There was a blond woman from years ago, and she disappeared because she was curious.
He was on the run because he asked a simple question. “What’s the future like?” There was much information about the past. Historians would travel back, blend in, and record “real” history, but 07760 was not allowed to travel to the future. Why was future travel restricted to some mysterious agency division?
There was no time to think. The time agents are on his heels.
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A horror-comedy of Shakespearian proportions
I have another book that could be considered for a publishing deal with Amazon. This one is an adventure of Shakespearian proportions, and it has zombies. I need your help to even be considered. You can help by clicking the link below then clicking nominate. Not only will you get a free copy of the novel if you nominate and I’m accepted, but you’ll also help an indie author launch his career. I’m also going to sweeten the deal. If you nominate and comment below with your email address, (or fill out the contact form above), I’ll send you a free ebook copy of my Dystopian thriller Atmospheric Pressure.
You can read the first few chapters and nominate here: