First off, my solo debut novel, “Corruptor”, is available on Kindle for $3.99. Good YA/Teen adventure book with lots of gaming for the teen boys (and girls) to wish we had the technology for.
Next is one of the two anthologies I have stories in. The first, “Lawyers in Hell”, is the continuance of the Heroes in Hell series edited by Janet Morris. Originally published in the 1980′s, the series has seen a resurgence over the past two years. Here is the Kindle link for that (sorry about the price; publisher controls that, not I.
Lastly, my latest short story is in a horror/thriller anthology titled “Sha’Daa: Pawns”. Again, price quibble, but my story, “Crouching Seal, Sleeping Dragon” is a humorous tale about the end of existence and the SEAL team sent to kill it.
Ok – I launched the German version of Adelsverein – The Gathering this last weekend.
And at my wordpress blog, I just posted an amusing entry about Sally Skull – the original pistol-packing mama.
Martin L. Shoemaker:
My latest, “One Last Chore for Grandpa”, is now available on Kindle and Nook. It’s the story of a young man who leaves Haiti and Vodoun for a safer life in America; but first the earthquake and then a vengeful Bokor draw him back to defend his family.
“Wounded” by Valerie Richardson is a frank look at the wounds dealt to Christians by the Church, and by each other, and biblical ways to fix them. Warmly personal, using stories from the author’s life, herself a wounded Christian, “Wounded” is a must read for pastors, youth leaders and every Christian who has ever found themselves hurt by the Church or fellow believers.
Gina Marie Wylie:
I have published a novel called Starfarer’s Dream posted on Amazon in Kindle and paperback formats. The series (and everything else I write) is human wave. This story is an account of starship Starfarer’s Dream in the opening days of a war where humanity faces an implacable enemy.
I’ve put up another stand alone short story, double the length of my others. Snow Angel is a story of a mother who has to make some tough choices in a post plague Earth where the water has all been poisoned and the tough rules that see to humanity’s survival stand between her and the survival of her child.
I ran the duster over a bunch of shorts in my Wine of the Gods Universe (quicker than polishing), packed them together and tossed them up on the Kindle store. Book #4 in that universe is free for a few more days, and the first book of the series will be free Monday and Tuesday.
My computer is playing stupid little games — again! I posted “Greenfields” to both Amazon and B&N about a week ago. I just did the final edit of “LOST!”, and I’m just waiting for a cover. LOST is the book triggered by the wild party we had back the end of June. Luckily, exploding penguins were not able to interfere with the novel’s completion. The sixteen people at the party that night can get a free copy by emailing me and letting me know what format you’d prefer to have it in. I’ve begun the second novel in “The King’s Men” series, but I don’t have a title for it yet. The first novel in the series was “King’s Cross”, which is still on sale for 99c (until I get enough time between headaches to make the changes… 8^))
“Down to Earth” the second Kindle book in the “April” series is free the rest of today (Sat 24th) pacific time. The third book in the series “The Middle of Nowhere” will be coming out next month.
It’s set a couple of decades into the near-future with a liberty view of society based on individual choice and free market economics, taken to enough of an extreme to make you consider what’s really possible.
In a near future alternate history, America has split. Sovereign security companies compete in the booming Arizona Zone.
Evie retired as an anti-terrorist detective sergeant and emigrated to escape from Britain. Who is hunting her for revenge?
Evie hires Sam Harper, from Sharper Security, to protect her. Who is her mysterious attacker, plotting from a distance?
How will Sam defeat the soldiers, intrigue and legal maneuvers of his competitors to capture Evie’s nemesis and deliver justice for what really happened in Paris 18 years ago?
Answers involving forgiveness and redemption are revealed during a week of mystery, intrigue, technology, heroes, villains, action and adventure in the Sonoran desert.
Oh, and humor. The book definitely has humor.
Also some interesting characters. I especially like…. well, just go read the book.
My short story An Answer From The North is free at Amazon.
The audiobook version of my fantasy novel Firehearted is all complete and uploaded, but I don’t know when it will actually go live on Audible. Soon… (my first audiobook!)