Alorin is caught in the grip of madness as an evil from the very edges of reality has set its sights on the destruction of both it and T’khendar. But there is hope in the form of the Fifth Vestal, Björn Van Gelderan, the man blamed for the death of thousands more than a hundred years earlier. Even then, when his deeds seemed darkest, Bjorn was making moves in a great game that would see reality saved or destroyed completely. … Continue reading →
‘Tis the season for buying Christmas presents. So in the spirit of the season I will be offering a discount for all Smashwords purchases through December 28th, 2014. If you have not been to Smashwords then you are missing out. Smashwords offers e-books in all major formats and I am glad to have my books listed there. Just use the discount codes below and you can pick up my books for 66% off the regular price. Apocalypse Rising – CODE: … Continue reading →
What’s a demon to do? When Cain’s master sends him across the country on an impossible mission to convince a girl to fall in love with his eldest son, the demon has no choice but to go. Before long Cain finds himself the lead guitarist in a heavy metal band, but can he keep his master happy while avoiding the mysterious serial killer known only as The Engineer? THE GOOD This is a clever book that takes the Urban Fantasy … Continue reading →
I’m sorry for not posting yesterday’s Blog Tour stop yesterday. I didn’t get the link until after lunch, and with it being election day I did not make it home until nearly nine o’clock last night. I wish I could say that I stayed up late watching the election results, but I didn’t and it is probably for the best since it would have gotten me all worked up before bed. As it was, my wife had to talk me … Continue reading →
I’m very excited about today’s stop on the Apocalypse in the Balance Blog Tour. AJ Beamish of The Dead Console fame has posted a Quick and Dirty Book Review of Apocalypse in the Balance, and his post is an excellent read if I do say so myself. AJ hasn’t finished reading the book (as you will see when you read his review), so his post has more to do with the improvement he has seen in my writing since he … Continue reading →
Shift by Madison Dunn. $8.99 from Smashwords.com I'm not sure why it happens, but when I focus just right, I can slow time. Things around me become lighter somehow, and I almost feel the tiny particles of energy spinning inside of them. The thing is, having the ability to transform the world around you isn't all it's cracked up to be -- especially when you are running from the Valencia without any deodorant.