Enjoy the new covers and if you haven’t picked them up, give them a look!
My latest novel, In Death’s Shadow is an urban fantasy novel I really loved writing and I’m happy to announce that the sequel is nearing completion even as this one goes live. If you’re a fan of the Dresden Files by Jim Butcher or Monster Hunter by Larry Correia, I think you’ll enjoy this series. Give it a look and I hope you enjoy!
Ari lives in the shadow of death.
Ari is a combat veteran who has chosen to leave the military behind and live a quiet, normal life. He’s got a few problems though. For one thing, the cops think he’s a serial killer. For another, a vengeful politician has put Ari in his crosshairs. To make matters worse, Ari has a guardian angel… and not just any angel, Ari’s protector is the Angel of Death. When his life is in danger, people start to die, and Ari’s guardian can sometimes be indiscriminate whose life he takes when protecting him.
That’s not even the worst problem. Death wasn’t assigned to him by mistake. An ancient werewolf wants Ari dead and even with death on his side, Ari might not survive.
Ari needs to find a way to stay alive, to clear his name, and most importantly to get out from under the shadow of death and live a normal life… even if it kills him.
Hey everyone. If you’re like me, you’re suddenly finding a lot of reasons to hang out at home due to current events. If you have kids and they’re stuck at home, you may be struggling finding things to keep their attention. Believe me, I sure am.
I’m trying to get some writing done. In the meantime, I figured I’d do an early release of a couple of my books. Coming to you this Monday, March 16th, is my all new near-future hard science fiction novel: Army Space Corps: Vernian Space Gun. I was planning on releasing it later this year, but I figure there’s lots of folks that are looking for something to read at the moment.
I will also be releasing my first Urban Fantasy novel: In Death’s Shadow, very soon, pretty much as soon as I get a cover lined up.
Both books will be live for kindle, though the wait for paperback may take a little while.
I’m also working on getting Hidden Valor out by the end of the month. And I’m re-releasing Fenris Unchained, Odin’s Eye, and Jormungandr’s Venom. So expect those as well in the near future.
Additionally, if your kids like to read, rejoice! I’m making Valor’s Child (http://amzn.to/2ukhgni) free from the 16-20 March, so you can pick up a copy for your kids. If you’re looking for something to read for yourself: also free this week is Echo of the High Kings (http://amzn.to/1EQycGg) and Dead Train: All Aboard (https://amzn.to/3aXtlEk). Who doesn’t like free books?
That’s all for now, thanks for reading!
Hey everyone, it’s been a bit since my last post. I’m happy to say I’ve finished writing a pair of books and I’ve outlined and begun writing the 3rd Forsaken Valor book. It’s going to be a little bit of a race, but I think I can get it finished, edited, and published by the end of the mont. I have been wanting to get back to writing Will Armstrong’s story since I left off. My goal is to have it ready to go March 27th, but check back here for updates as we get closer.
My project after that is rewrites to an existing story and then outlining and writing the first book that picks up after the end of Valor’s Stand. I am really looking forward to writing those books and I hope to have it ready to go sometime in April.
Additionally, some of you may have noticed that Fenris Unchained, Odin’s Eye, and Jormungandr’s Venom are all no longer available on Amazon. Henchman Press, the original publisher for those works, has disbanded. I’m in the process of editing those three works and I hope to not only re-publish them in the next few months, but also to start audiobook productions for all three novels as well.
That’s all for now, hopefully I’ll have some book and movie reviews here over the next few weeks as well as snippets for upcoming books. Thanks for reading!
The titular Champion character is heroic. The world he populates is under threat, the people he’s charged to protect are under threat, and he does his best to protect them. Korr is a warrior who does what he does because he’s very, very good at it. He’s a man who sticks to his customs and ways because that is all he has left, all he has to him, in an almost ronin-esque fashion that provides a gripping story.
There is plenty of action, plenty of character growth. The characters are vivid, the scenery is epic in scale, and there’s so much potential in the setting that as a reader, I was always hoping for more looks at the greater world. This really is epic fantasy, there’s a scope to the world that makes it feel big, feel populated, even though we only see a small part of the larger world.
It’s really rare that I can’t put a book down, but the story caught me and I read it in just a few hours. My only complaint about the book is that it ended and I’ll have to wait on a sequel. I highly recommend it.
Here’s a link to it on Amazon: https://amzn.to/39Ar4ia