A Finder July

We have more than one sale this month!


Roadtrip Z
HOOD

For the back half of July, we have a First in Series sale until the 31st.

Cotton Crossing, first in the Roadtrip Z series, is on sale for $2.99USD in ebook until July 31. So is HOOD‘s Season One–that’s the “Robin Hood–IN SPACE!” series.

And if you want the complete HOOD serial, it’s 30% off at Kobo (with the code JULY30) until July 25.

Roadtrip Z and HOOD were both funded by my beloved subscribers; the current serial is Hell’s Acre.


The Finder sale (sixth in the Watchers series) ended July 15.


He’s not the only one watching her. . .

For years Jorie Camden has been quietly helping her police friends pursue cold cases. She’s paid the price over and over again, her talent for Finding stretched to the limit. Now something different is stalking the streets, taking children–something old, and foul, and Dark. The cops won’t admit there’s a problem, so what can a Lightbringer do but solve the mystery on her own?

Caleb is a Watcher of Circle Lightfall, and his mission is simple: protect the witch he’s assigned to–the witch who just happens to be able to touch him without causing agonizing pain. It’s his one shot at redemption, and it’ll take every weapon he has, plus his willingness to play dirty. Even if his witch seems to be chasing something no one can see.

Yet something Dark is indeed in their city. And now that it’s aware of pursuit, it has plans for Jorie and her talent–plans not even Caleb might be able to stop. . .

Ebook available at AmazonBarnes & NobleKobo, and Apple.


I get a lot of mail asking for more Watchers–which is a marvelous compliment, thank you! I’m writing as fast as I can, my beloveds…

A Mindhealer June

It’s June, so that means a sale! At least, that’s what the publisher tells me. From June 1-15, Mindhealer (fifth in the Watchers series) is on sale for $.99USD.


Mindhealer

The attacks are brutal, leaving the victims unconscious and broken. A powerful Mindhealer might be able to piece together what’s happening to these crushed bodies and shattered minds, so Caroline Robbins is pulled away from her relatively quiet life. It’s dangerous — Mindhealers are incredibly vulnerable to the Dark—and Caro refuses even the idea of having a Watcher. She won’t have another man die in front of her, and that’s that. Unfortunately, the Watcher she just ran into has other ideas…

Caro, the witch Merrick rescues from the dogs of the Dark, is obnoxiously stubborn, infuriating, and seemingly determined to throw herself into every dangerous situation possible. It’s enough to drive a man insane, and definitely enough to make a Watcher frustrated. How is he supposed to protect her, especially when she insists she doesn’t need a Watcher? But Caro is going to need all of Merrick’s skill and strength sooner than anyone guesses. The attacks haven’t stopped, and the closer Caro gets to solving the mystery, the more danger she’s in. Because she’s the next victim—unless Merrick can save her. And Merrick just might die in the line of fire if Caro can’t find a way to keep her Watcher safe.

Ebook available at AmazonBarnes & NobleApple, and Kobo.


I had thoughts of putting something else on sale, but…yeah, personal events somewhat preclude that. Regardless, I hope you enjoy Caro & Merrick’s adventure, and hopefully there’ll be another sale soon.

A Hood and Wonder May

HOOD

May has begun, and I thought I’d run another sale. Or two!

The first season of HOOD–my Robin Hood in space serial–is now $2.99USD in ebook until June 1.

Season One

The Great Migration was centuries ago; two generation ships reached the Anglene galaxy with its clutch of terraform-suitable planets and performed their work.

Anglene is smoldering. The galactic insurrection is supposed to be crushed. Robbhan Locke, a Second Echelon soldier, has returned to his birth planet along with other veterans, finding Sharl Notheim holding all of Sagittarius in his mailed fist for Parl Jun the Regent. 

There’s no redemption in homecoming. Even Marah Madán and Ged Gizabón, Robb’s childhood friends, have been forced into accommodation. The Sharl won’t stop squeezing until he’s made maximum profit for his royal patron–and covered up all his wartime indiscretions.

Heroes aren’t needed here, but even a damaged man can fight…

On sale direct, or through Barnes and Noble, Apple, Amazon, and Kobo.


And because that’s not enough, my surrealist novella (20k words) is pay-what-you-want through Payhip until June 1. This deal won’t be available anywhere else, it’s Payhip only, though you can find the ebook elsewhere for a set price.

Beast of Wonder

She wakes up in an airport, staring at a baggage carousel.

She remembers nothing, not even her name.

And then, the danger begins…

Again, the pay-what-you-want is only available through my Payhip store. If you like it, and want it in paperback, that’s here–but the paperback has a set price.


And if you like HOOD, you can use the code “MAY40” to get 40% off the ebook box set over at Kobo until May 23rd. (US, UK, CA, AUS, & NZ, I think.) Just put the code in at checkout! ETA: This sale is now over.

HOOD: The Complete Serial

Anglene is smoldering. The galactic insurrection is supposed to be crushed. Robbhan Locke, a Second Echelon soldier, has returned to his birth planet along with other veterans, finding Sharl Notheim holding all of Sagittarius in his mailed fist for Parl Jun the Regent.

There’s no redemption in homecoming. Even Marah Madán and Ged Gizabón, Robb’s childhood friends, have been forced into accommodation. The Sharl won’t stop squeezing until he’s made maximum profit for his royal patron–and covered up all their wartime indiscretions.

If the Gran Parl Riccar can be found, he could save all of Anglene. In the meantime, Robb, Marah, and their friends are going to have to do it themselves–if they survive.

The war is over, but “peace” is a relative term…


I think that’ll keep us warm until June. Enjoy!

Roses, Damage, Sale

It’s a new month, and that means a new sale–or two! First up is Rose & Thunder, one of my Beauty & the Beast retellings. (I’ve…written a few.) It’s $2.99USD in ebook for the month of April–fitting, I suppose, since the heroine’s arrival means a spring of sorts for the hero. The ebook is available direct, and at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, and Kobo.

I think I like the fairytale so much because the Beast is basically trammeled in a tower waiting for rescue, which is normally a princess’s game. Imagining Tremont as Princess Peach amused me all during the writing–not least because my son was playing Smash Bros obsessively in the background.

My goodness, he was young then. How time flies.

The publisher is also offering Damage (book one of Ghost Squad) for $.99USD in ebook until April 15. (Tax day is gonna be great this year…) This one’s also available from Barnes & Noble, Apple, Amazon, and Kobo. ETA: This sale lasted until the 15th and is now over.

I’ve said before that this book is my love song to a particular Matthias Schoenaerts movie; I enjoyed his tamped-down, almost-silent performance a great deal. Almost as much as I liked Gosling’s in Drive, frankly, which is extremely high praise from me.

I don’t think there’s a release or anything else on the calendar, so these sales will have to hold us all through April. I’m looking forward to a month’s worth of work, and hoping I can cram it all in.

Happy Spring, my beloveds. Enjoy!

March, Semi-Madness

HOOD

It’s about time for a new sale, isn’t it? This month Season One of HOOD–my now-finished Robin Hood in SPACE serial–is $2.99USD across ebook platforms. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Apple, Google Play, and direct through Payhip.) I figure a little space opera might help get us through the month.

It’s no secret I started writing HOOD because I found Richard Armitage’s Guy of Gisbourne fascinating. But more than that, I know many veterans and listening to them talk about “coming home” breaks my heart sometimes. Not to mention I was interested in how a society shaped by centuries on generation ships in a great fleet might alter once it reached its destination, not to mention the time afterward. The Robin Hood mythos doesn’t really work without a semi-feudal oppression, and whether that oppression is corporate oligarchy or hereditary royalty the problems are similar.

Maid Marian also gets to fly several spaceships, so there’s that. And if you’re interested in the music that fueled the serial, you can find it here.

The Society

Not only that, but the publisher has put The Society (book one in the Society series, which I put underground bases in because I love X-Men) on sale for $.99USD until the end of the month at AmazonBarnes & NobleApple, and Kobo, too.

And the third and last Hostage to Empire book is due to drop near the end of March. (ETA: It’s dropped!) You guys are gonna love it, it’s a real dilly.

Goodness, that is rather a lot, isn’t it? Just yesterday I was feeling rather down on myself since I haven’t made the amount of wordcount I’d like lately, but with all this going on it’s no wonder. Whew. I hope the month gets a little less frantic…

…but I’m not betting on it.