Free until 5/28/18!
Because all of you helped make ORION a success, I’m going to give you another free book. From now till May 28th, Playlist of the Ancient Dead will be free on Amazon! But that’s not all! Right now, I’m participating in a group giveaway of over 100 books! You can grab them over here. No email sign up required! (Though I’m sure the other authors could use the support like you supported me). I also want to do one more thing for all of you. The first ten people who reply to this email will get a free audible download code for the ORION Audiobook.
So how did the ORION promotion go? The book hit #74 in the free store on Amazon over all, and there were over 4.5k downloads!
So what does all this free giveaway do? It seeds Amazon’s “customers who bought this also bought this” lists. Since the book is new, it will have a period of time with higher visibility on the site. If you want to help during this time period, please share the book with a friend or leave a review. Those small things add up. Thank you again. I appreciate your support.
It‘s June, and it’s all about summer road trips. What’s better for road trips than music? In June, my most musical fiction will be on sale/free. My science fiction/horror/comedy called Playlist of the Ancient Dead is on sale for a limited time! The kindle edition is 99 cents June 3rd-8th on amazon. If you loved Time Burrito, I would say that PotAD should be your next stop. If you are trying hard to see how music fits into this book, I don’t want to ruin the surprise, but it plays a big part. Here’s the description:
Caroline, a post-graduate student, waits for her grand adventure in life. While she’s waiting, she walks the dog down the same path every day, avoids her dippy ex-boyfriend, and ponders her mundane march towards middle age. Her dream comes true when a magical doorway appears before her in a drab brick building. There is something on the other side of the door, and it beckons her inside.
Also in June, I’m giving away two free short stories. On June 3rd-5th, the kindle edition of One Way Trip to Solasoma will be free! Then on June 6th-10th, Our Final Days on Bellicus Prime will be free! Both of these stories accompany a song by the same name from my band Spiral. You can hear the songs on just about any music service or by clicking the beautiful album artwork to the right.
Finally, I want to let you all know that I have three projects in the pipeline. One is a reincarnation story with a comic twist. The other is the sequel to Atmospheric Pressure. And the last is a YA multiverse trilogy (this one, I plan to wait until all three books are done). I really don’t know when any of these will be done because for the time being, I do this in my spare time.
If you like what I do, and want to help, consider leading a review, telling a friend, or better yet gifting a copy to them. Give a friend a book for a buck. You can’t beat it!
Enjoy the sun-baked highways and turn it up loud!
Thus begins the egregious amount of references to Pink Floyd in my novel Playlist of the Ancient Dead. There isn’t a single band with more songs that appear in the novel. Not only are they one of my favorites, but they are the best band of all time period, no further reason to argue. So there you go Internet, I’m stating my opinion as if it were fact. No one has ever done that before!
As for why I chose the song for this chapter, let’s talk about Caroline for a moment. I feel that Caroline never had any doubt in her mind that she wanted to go on the adventure. She’s the type of person who would see a pit and jump inside just to see what’s at the bottom. Whereas most people would stand clear of the abyss that invites her inside. If she sees too willing to follow Murphy down the rabbit hole, it’s because she’ll go were others dare not. And the warehouse knows this about her and opens for her.
Chapter five is where she tries to fake having a logical mind, and convincing herself not to go (which she does poorly). She tries to do what a smoker who always fails to quit does. They go through the list of reasons why they shouldn’t smoke even though they know fully that they are going to light up after they go through the list. I feel the character in Welcome to the Machine knows he’s making a deal with devil and does it anyway. Caroline knows she is doing something dangerous but does it anyway thus welcoming her to the Machine or more specifically, the maw of a warehouse full of dark forces but the machine sounds better.