Hey everyone. I’ve just re-released Fenris Unchained, Odin’s Eye, and Jormungandr’s Venom. You should see all three come up on Amazon here soon. I had previously published them with Henchman Press, but they’re being rereleased with minor editing.
That’s all for now, thanks for reading!
Well, I suppose this COVID-19 business is what we all get for making the 2020 vision puns, right? Well, if you’re like me and trapped at home, I hope you’re all able to get some things done and find distractions from current events.
So what am I working on this month? I’m midway through with revisions to Fenris Unchained, Odin’s Eye, and Jormungandr’s Venom, which I’ll have ready for re-release this month. I’m also prepping the third book of the Forsaken Valor series, Hidden Valor, for publishing later this month.
After that, I’m finishing the sequel to In Death’s Shadow, outlining the sequel to Vernian Space Gun, and then I may even get some free time to work on some other books. Working from home without any distractions for my son is hard, though, so we’ll see how productive I am, especially doing the day job from home as well, which still requires a lot of my attention and time.
Anyway, that’s all for now. Thanks for reading and take care of yourselves!
Hey everyone. I’ve just released the new covers for the Eoriel Saga series (Books 1-3). I’m really excited to get these out, as the cover artist did a fantastic job.
Enjoy the new covers and if you haven’t picked them up, give them a look!
Hey Everyone, I’m happy to announce that In Death’s Shadow is live in the Kindle store.
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!
Hey everyone, here’s the cover for my upcoming Urban Fantasy release, In Death’s Shadow. I plan to release it at the end of the week.
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.
With the ongoing events, I’ve put up another 3 ebooks for free on Amazon. This week it’s a Shadow Space event:
The Fallen Race: http://amzn.to/1FzQRRq
Prisoner of the Mind: http://amzn.to/2zLbOMH
Look to the Stars: http://amzn.to/1NbzSc0
Enjoy and thanks for reading!
Hey everyone, I’m happy to announce that the first book of my new series, Army Space Corps, is now live! You can find it on Amazon (https://amzn.to/2vofJTd)
For over 225 years, the United States Army has fought every enemy of the nation from around the globe, but now there’s a threat never before seen and it comes in the form of a transmission from a nearby star.
The transmission shows a war, a war on a scale never seen by man. And that war is on Humanity’s very doorstep. Major Daniels knows that Earth isn’t ready for that kind of war. In an era of fighter jets and smart-phones, we don’t have the technology or infrastructure to begin to fight aliens with the power to travel the stars.
But that’s the impossible mission set before him and his team. The United States will need defenses, ships, stations, bases, and weapons capable of fighting that enemy. The first hurdle: finding a way to stage supplies and materials in orbit for the massive surge in space infrastructure. It would require every scrap of lift capacity in the entire world five times over and Major Daniels has to find out how to do it fast.
His solution is simple: build the world’s biggest gun and start firing payloads into orbit. The execution is what’s wrought with peril. Because even if bureaucratic infighting and simple physics aren’t enough to stop his project, then real enemies here on Earth might well be.
Daniels has to figure out the problems with his Vernian Space Gun and keep an eye on his back, because some nations on Earth see the alien threat as an opportunity to settle old grudges and they don’t care about what might happen to all of Mankind in the process.