For those of you who might be interested in the answers to questions like: “When you started writing Power Exchange did you already have an idea the direction the story would take for Myah in Consent?” and “Considering that Gavin and Myah are detectives for the St. Louis police department, it isn’t shocking that there Read more about Power Exchange Post Mortem[…]
Amazon usually takes 12 hours or more to approve an indie book for publication. So I was all prepared to do the upload today and hope it would hit sometime around midnight and be immediately available for anyone who searched for it first thing in the morning. A minute ago, I got a tweet mentioning Read more about The Anatomy of Perception: RELEASED![…]
I’ll just let this speak for itself.
Because of the fantastic response to my Reapings and Rewards Newsletter signups, I’ve decided to double the number of winners. Four people will receive an advanced copy of The Anatomy of Perception in mobi, epub, or pdf. It’s at the formatter’s right now, but when I get it back and check it, it’ll be in the Read more about Winners! And a Moment[…]
With the new book release in the coming weeks, I’ve decided to get organized, get serious about keeping you up to date with information, and maybe give people a little something in return for your loyalty.
I’m building a newsletter, and for those who sign up, before March 1st, I will choose two subscribers to receive a free ebook copy of The Anatomy of Perception when it’s released the second week of March. So please, click here to sign up and your name goes in the hat! I’m also going to make this newsletter a place for exclusive snippets of upcoming works, contests, and content regarding my books not available anywhere else on the internet. Don’t miss out!
By way of thanks, I offer you an (unedited) excerpt from The Anatomy of Perception, after the jump.
Coming March 2015 In the beginning, there was wreckage. Dane Perry’s mother was dead, and the father who always said he’d amount to nothing blamed him. Dane swore he’d become something. He would be someone. In the middle, there was escape. Rebuilding his life from the ashes of his mother’s memory, Dane found success as Read more about The Anatomy of Perception Cover Reveal[…]
This place got quiet. *blows dust off* I know, I know, but I’ll tell you why. I couldn’t talk about my plans over the holidays because one of them, the biggest one, was a secret. See, Kate’s family wanted to surprise her for her 30th birthday. So they talked to me without Kate knowing, and behind Read more about Crazy Busy Life and An Excerpt[…]