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A few cross-posts from my blog have touched on this already today, but I just wanted to post up some book news directly because it’s all very exciting.
Firstly, I have a new book out today on the Kindle store. It’s a nice little book with a very silly title; The Octopus of Suspense, and it’s a collection of eight little stories. I’m very proud of this book and I hope you’ll all enjoy it. Links Below:
Secondly, I usually like to launch a new book by making some of the current releases free for a few days. My two time travel shorts Christmas Past and Time Trial are free until Saturday. These are adventure stories in the same sort of spirit as Sliders and Stargate and you can grab them from my Amazon author pages here:
Please check them out, let me know what you think, and share this post if you think your followers might like some free books!
I’m cross posting this from my blog because I know a lot of people don’t like to click through but will still be interested.
I have a new book coming out very soon and to give it a good launch, I’ve made two of my other books free until saturday. They’re both fun Time Travel adventure stories in the vein of Sliders, Stargate, or Doctor Who and I’m really proud of them.
If you have a kindle, or the app on your phone/iPad/android, then you can grab them for free until Saturday!
I’d love to get your feedback, and I hope you enjoy them!
Time travel is easy, getting home is the hard part.
Annie and her friends are used to harsh conditions, but a Victorian winter still comes as a shock. They have a job to do, but it isn’t long before they stumble upon a corpse buried in the snow, and a new mystery to solve.
Time travel is easy. Choosing where to stop is a little harder.
Harbour is a pretty nice place, but Annie and her friends are breaking the law just by being there. Now they must overcome an alien legal system and a paranoid politician to prove their innocence.
Unfortunately, they are all guilty.