There are only days left to nominate ORION and get a free copy if it selected. Your support is critical to the success of this book. The more people who nominate, the more people will see the book. Even though Time Burrito wasn’t selected, your help let it reach a wider audience, larger than I had anticipated.
If you haven’t done so, click here, check out the excerpt, and then click nominate if you like what you see. I appreciate the support you have given me. I want to give a little back. For the next five days 4/1/18-4/5/18, Living Material Inside — Open Immediately will be free. Time Burrito will be 99 cents from 4/1/18-4/7/18, a perfect gift to brighten a friend’s day!
Did you know you can find info about any of my books by clicking the book link to the side and then clicking on any of the books?
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.
Hi everyone, I was going through some files the other day, and I found the first book that I wrote called Time Agency. I’m going to put it on Kindle Scout, and it will need to get nominations for chance at being published by Amazon. Nominators will get a free Kindle edition if I get published. It’s a win for both of us. Click here to nominate.
Here a short description of the book:
Roman woke on a busy city street. His memory gone. A well-dressed man approached him, and left a locked briefcase at Roman’s feet.
An agent named Nanette tracked Roman. Her agency captured and reprogrammed those who sought to alter the past. But Roman’s case was different than all the rest. Her well-dressed protégé gave Roman a briefcase. Capturing a person seeking to alter the past was routine, a fellow time agent altering the past was cause for panic.
Roman’s memory came slowly back as the technology in his body began to regenerate his neural pathways. Fragments of a past bubbled to his conscience. Roman wasn’t sure if his past was worth reliving. There was a blonde woman from his past, and she disappeared because she was curious about the future.
Roman was on the run because he asked a simple question. A child would ask the same question when learning about time travel in school. What’s the future like? There was so much information about the past. Historians would travel back, blend in, and record “real” history, but Roman was not allowed to travel to the future. Why was future travel restricted to some mysterious-agency division?
The well-dressed man knew the answer to Roman’s question and had the briefcase full the secrets to prove it.
My next book Atmospheric Pressure is ready to be shared with the world. And it has some awesome cover art by a buddy of mine named Philip Hughes. Before I unleash it on the world of Amazon, I have a request from all of you. Please nominate the book in Kindle Scout. I need nominations to get a publishing deal, and nominators get a free Kindle edition if I get published. It’s a win for both of us. Click here to nominate.
Here’s a short description of the book:
Olson lives in a city that has been sealed from the outside world. He’s an Eleven Year and close to citizenship. His life is upended when one of the few adults who cares about him commits suicide – or so it appears at first. While investigating, Olson meets a girl named Natalie snooping around his school. He soon learns that one of her friends died under similarly mysterious circumstances. Together, they start looking for answers, and end up discovering the city’s darkest secrets.
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It’s been a week since I’ve posted Playlist of the Ancient Dead, and I’m happy to say that I’ve been in the “hot & trending” list the entire week! But the campaign is not over. I still have three more weeks ahead, and I’ll need all the support I can get. Please share this link with your friends and family. Encourage them to share it with their friends and family. Remember, anyone who votes gets a free kindle edition if I get published. I thank you all for your support.
I also want to let you know about my upcoming story collection called Cowboys & Drones. It’s a collection of all the stories I’ve written in the past year or so. The cover art was done by Rudy Lovato, the same artist who did Desert during Day of the Dead, and it looks fantastic. You should check it out.
Nominate my book by clicking here.
I need your help. Amazon is offering a publishing deal to new authors if enough users vote for the books they would like to see published. I’m asking you today to nominate my new book. Putting in a good word for my book is a pretty simple task of clicking here, signing in to your Amazon account, and clicking on the nominate button. The best part is that if I do get picked for publishing, you’ll get a free copy of the book well in advance of the rest of the world.
Thank you for your support in this endeavor and please share the link to my book with your friends. The more people who nominate, the better chance I’ll have of landing that deal. If you need further evidence that this book is worth supporting. I feel it is my most accomplished yet. It blends humor, horror, science fiction, and music. It’s about a bored post-grad who encounters a doorway that didn’t exist the last time she walked by the building. For my friends in Albuquerque, there will be humor just for New Mexicans. You can read an excerpt here.