My campaign on Kindle Scout is coming up on it’s last few days. Prisoner of the Mind is a book set in the Shadow Space universe, which is set during the last days of Amalgamated Worlds, during a time when people with enhanced mental abilities are hunted and feared.
Why nominate it? Well, if I get enough nominations, then I’m more likely to be picked up by Kindle Scout, which helps me out. Also, if it gets picked up, then everyone who nominated it gets a free copy when they release the book. If it doesn’t get picked up, then everyone who nominated it will be notified when I publish it. So while nominating it doesn’t guarantee you’ll get a free copy, it does make it more likely.
How do you know right from wrong if every memory, every thought in your head was put there by your enemies?
In a near-future, when humanity has begun to spread throughout the stars. In the process, they’ve awakened abilities hidden within their own DNA. Psychics have begun to appear at ever-increasing rates with abilities that range from mental manipulation to mass destruction and beyond. Empowered by public hysteria and fear of psychics, Amalgamated Worlds has taken over. Their powerful combination of military and security forces, control of media and communications, and manipulation of internal threats has created a police state that spans all of human space.
Shaden Kirroy is a product of that police state. Designed to be a weapon for use against his fellow psychics as well as any civilians who step out of line, he is an artificially enhanced psychic. He is a blank slate, his past erased and replaced with engineered loyalty to Amalgamated Worlds.
Yet Shaden realizes that something is terribly wrong. As his world begins to unravel, as he realizes the horrors of what was done to him, Shaden must find a way to free himself, to unlock the prison of his own mind.
Hey everyone. In case you missed it, I just released Ghost Star, Book 6 of The Shadow Space Chronicles. So what else is new?
Well, I finished Valor’s Calling, the sequel to Valor’s Child last month. It’s out with my alpha readers now. I’m hoping to have it edited and ready to go on the 30th.
What am I working on now? A super-secret project that I’m hoping to have done and sent out soon. It may or may not involve hordes of ravening undead. My writing progress on it is going well and I’m hoping to have it done within the next few days.
My next project after that is The Lost Heir, Book 7 of The Shadow Space Chronicles. Expect lots of explosions and weapons fire. If all goes well, I’ll have that one done by the end of the month.
In my queue after that, I owe my readers the fourth book of The Eoriel Saga, the third book of the Fenris series, and the fourth book of The Renegades series. I’ve got another mystery project I’m working on after all of that. Over the past two months I’ve written three books and I hope to make good progress through the rest of the year. I can’t promise that I’ll get all four books out over the next few months, but I promise I’m working on them and they’ll be out just as soon as they’re done and I feel they’re ready.
Thanks for reading!
Ghost Star, Book 6 of The Shadow Space Chronicles, is now available.
Lieutenant Commander Forrest Perkins is haunted by ghosts.
He’s lost his ship and most of his crew, he’s been accused of being an enemy agent, and the woman he has come to love has been declared dead. He’s a man with nothing left to lose… which is why he’s about to do the unthinkable. His plan is simple: steal a prototype warship, assemble a crew, and hunt down the man behind all this: Marius Giovanni.
To do that, he’s going to have to find a place whose location is shrouded in mystery. It’s a star system that has been erased from the star charts, a star system of ancient alien ruins, rumored to be haunted and cursed, and a place where death and misery befalls all who venture there. Forrest will have to go to the Ghost Star.
Where better to bring the woman he loves back from the dead?