Allies and Enemies: Rogues  audiobook

Allies and Enemies: Rogues audiobook

Allies and Enemies: Rogues, Book 2 is to be audiobook! Exciting news! Today I just approved the final touches on the audiobook version of Allies and Enemies: Rogues, the second book in the series. The audiobook version is narrated by the talented Erin Bateman and brings to life a broader cast of colorful characters. Picking up where the action of Allies and Enemies: Fallen left off, Rogues finds Sela Tyron and Jon Veradin leading mercenary lives in the rough and tumble region of space called the Reaches as they try to dodge the attention of local crimelords. Allies and Enemies:...

Dragon Con 2019

Congrats to all the 2019 Dragon Award finalists! May the odds be ever in your favor. If you’re going to Dragon Con in steamy Atlanta this year, please be sure to check out my panels. Be sure to say “hi”. Here’s the skinny on my schedule of appearances: Military Sci-Fi Writers & Creators – Media Edition Description: A roundtable of Military Science Fiction writers & artists–whether in tie-ins or independent worlds–discuss the genre, trends, real-world accuracy, & working within the complex worlds of Military Sci-Fi. Time: Fri 05:30 pm Location: Chastain DE – Westin (Tentative Panelists: David Weber, Van Allen...

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...
Have you heard? Allies and Enemies: Fallen is available on Audible!

Have you heard? Allies and Enemies: Fallen is available on Audible!

Allies and Enemies: Fallen is now available as an audiobook! Narrator Erin Bateman turns in an epic performance for the first book in my series. So, even if you’re already read it, why not give a listen? Allies and Enemies: Fallen (Volume 1) is availabe on Amazon, Audible and iTunes.   Not a member of Audible? Want to give it a try AND get a free copy of my audiobbook?  Click here >>>>  Allies and Enemies: Fallen FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mail

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Recently, I was contacted by Ken Picard of Seven Days VT who asked my insights into the seedy underbelly of indie publishing. (Ok, there’s really nothing seedy or underbelly-ish about my gig. Unless you take into consideration the dust bunnies under the desk in my office.) Check out the article here.               What do you think of the article? I’d love to hear from you.   Facebook Twitter Google+ E-mail
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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.
More Speaking in Public (Also… Dragons!)

More Speaking in Public (Also… Dragons!)

If the stars align properly and things go well with the gods of programming, I’m slated to be a panelist at Dragon Con on the SF Literature track. The topic “Significant Short Stories”. The tentative date and locals are as follows: Embassy AB at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta on 265 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30303. The time/date for the panel: Saturday, September 2 at 1pm. Find out if I can not develop sudden stage fright or count how many times I say “uh”. You can make a drinking game out of it. 🙂 But wait! That’s not all.  ...
Murderbots and Other Stuff You Should Read

Murderbots and Other Stuff You Should Read

Hey! This one goes out to indie authors. You’ve heard that advice to read a lot if you’re looking to up your game as an author. It’s a great way to learn your craft as you entertain your brain. (Not to mention support your brethren.) And, I don’t know about you, but I gain inspiration when I enjoy a well-written story. It’s some great advice. I read about 2-3 books a week. Not all of them are fiction. There’s some non-fiction writing craft stuff in there too. Here’s a shout out to some books that I’ve recently “discovered” and don’t...

Short Stories: Chihuahuas vs. Dire Wolves

Here’s a theory—Chihuahuas have the souls of larger dogs (most likely dire wolves) wedged into those tiny little bodies. It would explain why these tiny pups think they’re big enough to take on a cat twice their size or why they always seem to shake. (The shaking is actually their molecules vibrating with the effort to keep all that “big dog soul” energy contained in such a small package.) Like I said, a theory. Consider short stories. You’re trying to package an entire universe, complete with exposition and world-building into this teeny weeny manuscript that shouldn’t be more than 30,000...