Free Kindle books. Finding Viola’s wide release, and the title of my new book!

Lots of exciting news to post here:

First, you can get my book Denver and the Doolittle Raid for free on Amazon Kindle from today, July 2, through July 4. The Lighthouse Thief will be free on Kindle from July 3 through July 4. Enjoy the free deal, and don’t forget to let your friends know as well!

The other bit of news is that my new short story Finding Viola is now available from almost any eBook platform: Kindle, NOOK, iBooks, Kobo, Smashwords, and more! The story is $0.99 for all platforms.

The final bit of news [drum roll, please] is the reveal of my next book’s title. After eight months of writing, I’ve finally completed the first draft! And the title is… Continue reading “Free Kindle books. Finding Viola’s wide release, and the title of my new book!”

News update: audiobook, short story, etc.

Summer is almost here, the sun is shining (burning, more like), and I have lots of writing news to share! I have quite a few new projects I’ve been working on, and I am super thrilled to finally reveal them.

First off: I am working on producing an audiobook edition of Denver and the Doolittle Raid. Although I am pretty much a print-books-only sort of person, I know lots of readers love the audiobook format, so they can look forward to this audio edition, coming around July 1st.
Second: Yes, I am still writing my next novel. I’m presently about 50% of the way through the first draft, so it is coming along quite nicely. I cannot wait to finish the first draft and start spilling some details to you all. However, for those of you rabid readers who simply can’t wait…
Third: My biggest new project of late is actually a writing project–a short story! Within a few months, my new literary short story Finding Viola will be ready for reading! Again, I am utterly thrilled to share this unique new story with all of you and can’t wait to see what you think of it. Look for more info (such as a book cover drop) in the next few weeks!
My current reading list:
  • Empire of Bones by N.D. Wilson
  • Beowulf by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Above All Earthly Pow’rs by David Wells