Book 4, baby!

Book 4, baby!

Those of you that follow my books or have heard my podcast interviews might realized two interesting things about me: 1) I have staggering ADHD and 2) I’m not part of the write-a-book-in-one-month club. (Also, I have a day job… so there’s that.) Anyway, I bring this up because I’m glad/relieved to announce that I’m working on a fourth book in the Allies and Enemies series. I would LOVE to have it ready for February. So, expect more kick-assery from Sela, Jon and the rest of those crazy kids living the dream in the Reaches. I’ve already tapped the insane...
Limited time offer!

Limited time offer!

Get Allies and Enemies: Fallen FREE on your Kindle today only! (And it’s not just for Kindle Unlimited.) Or own the Allies and Enemies Trilogy box set, featuring EXCLUSIVE content, for only 99 cents! Hurry! The sale on the box set ends Nov 10th.         Are you on the mailing list? Receive updates from me and learn about other exciting space opera series like the world of Allies and Enemies.

Free books, yo! ‘Nuff said.

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And the Winners Are…

And the Winners Are…

Congratulations to the three winners of the Allies and Enemies Trivia contest! These three folks were selected at random from the pool of respondents that correctly answered the trivia questions in the earlier post. The grand prize winner is Chere S. The two runners up, Mike S. and Rich C. will receive a (very) limited edition Allies and Enemies t-shirt (adult size large). (By the time this is posted, they should get an email from me with the great news.) Thanks to everyone for playing! Join my email list for more updates and other exciting announcements. FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mail
Orphans in the Black Print Edition is HUGE… Literally!

Orphans in the Black Print Edition is HUGE… Literally!

Look what arrived via UPS. It’s the print edition of Orphans in the Black. This anthology is quite the haul– both in size and content. It’s a ton of space opera short stories by some of the most talented indie authors out there. Don’t take my (very biased) word for it. Order it today on Amazon. [click here] Also, I received a very interesting email from Dragon Con. It seems my countless emails to the program folks at this massive fan-run con have not fallen on deaf eyeballs. It looks like I’ll be on a panel the Saturday of the...
Dragon Con Bound!

Dragon Con Bound!

I got home from an excruciatingly long day of work at the “day job” and look what had arrived in the mail– the Dragon Con Progress Report. Definitely made up for a rotten day. Because lookie who’s listed on the “Attending Professionals” list. Me! I’m hoping to hear back soon from the Dragon Con organizers if/when I’ll be on any of the panels. Either way… I’m very much looking forward to going.  You might recall last year around this time, the announcement that Allies and Enemies: Fallen had made the shortlist as a nominee for “Best Military Science Fiction or...
More Cool Things Have Happened!

More Cool Things Have Happened!

So, you might have recently read on my site that I did a reading for Geek Mountain (get it?). There, I met the super charming, Margot Harrison, an associate editor with Seven Days VT.   (For those of you not in Vermont, it’s a pretty big deal.) Margot read from her chilling and poignant short story about a ghost haunting a cinema, inspired by a local theater she’s frequented in part of her job as a movie reviewer. (I’ll never think about the Palace 9 the same way again.)   Anyway, I was blown away by Margot’s review of Allies and...