Allies and Enemies: Legacy (Book 4) Available Now!

Allies and Enemies: Legacy (Book 4) The long-awaited fourth book to the series is now available from your favorite online bookseller. Download it today and join the action! [Amazon, Apple, GooglePlay, B&N, Kobo and Smashwords] Six years have passed since the war between the three Guilds left its mark on the Reaches. Sela Tyron and partner, Jon Veradin, have forged new lives on a revitalized Hadelia, a planet once enslaved by the cybernetics-obsessed Poisoncry Guild. Haunted by her experience as a Poisoncry prisoner, Sela crusades to erase the dangerous legacy left behind by Poisoncry. When a deadly conspiracy reveals a...
Allies and Enemies: Fallen – Special Price Promotion

Allies and Enemies: Fallen – Special Price Promotion

While we await the release of the audiobook version of Allies and Enemies: Fallen, I thought I’d do a little price drop on the ebook. It’s newly revamped and updated as well. It’s now released on multiple platforms like all the other books in the series. So if your flavor is iBooks, Kobo, GooglePlay or good old Kindle, chances are there’s a format for your ebook reader. Because I’m SO helpful, here are links to all the retailers. (You’re welcome.) Amazon | Kobo | Barnes & Noble/Nook | iTunes | GooglePlay | Smashwords Check back soon for updates on the...
Hey, Bub! Get a Book Bub!

Hey, Bub! Get a Book Bub!

I’ve become obsessed with landing a BookBub deal for ¬†Allies and Enemies. At the time of this writing, I’m still waiting to hear about my latest deal submission. (So, fingers crossed on that, ok?) Anyway, I owe some of this obsession to the recent post over at Dave Chesson’s Kindlepreneur site. [Excellent place to check out info on self-publishing¬†and run by a super nice dude, BTW.] I can’t be alone when I ponder the questions: who is/are Book Bub? Why are they so powerful? So let’s unpack this. I’m going to preface this by saying, that I based this post...

Break Time is Over!

So, things have been a little quiet on my end. Truth be told: I needed a vacation after my vacation. I took a mental holiday from writing for a while. For non-writers, it might be a little hard to imagine writing as stressful. What can be the big deal? Just sit at a keyboard and write. It’s not rocket science. Unless, of course, you’re writing about rocket science. But when you’re indy published like me, there’s a constant battle between creativity and productivity/self-promoting. How do you find time for both? When do you know which is more important? I see...