Saturday, May 28, 2011

New Detailed Review of Invisible Dawn!

David King at Books and Things just finished reading Invisible Dawn and had the same problem classifying it that I did. His review is thorough and detailed. I highly respect Mr. King for giving me so much to think about, appreciate the time he took to read it, and am happy that he found it to be an entertaining book and series he looks forward to reading more of. Check it out and see if you agree. Also, he has great comments about other books you might be interested in picking up. I highly recommend following his blog.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Invisible Dawn - Released in Print!

Invisible Dawn, the first book in the Altered Realities Series, is now available for purchase through CreateSpace and should hit the Amazon shelves in about a week. It should be available for libraries and most other retailers to order in 6-8 weeks. But if you'd like a copy of your own, order it today by following the CreateSpace link or the link at the side of the site page. Join Madelin, her godfather, and their friends as they attempt to escape the clutches of Leodenin and his black-ops team, stretching the boundaries of reality.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

A Life of Death Release!

A Life of Death has now been released in its digital format through Smashwords. It will hit the electronic shelves of Kobo, Deisel, Sony, B&N, Amazon, and Apple hopefully in the next few weeks after it is reviewed multiple times etc...but for now you can get any format from Smashwords at the low price of $2.99. Just follow the Smashwords link. A physical copy should be available for order for $10.99 later this week. I'll keep you posted.

A Life of Death

A paranormal coming-of-age mystery about one boy's pain and hardship endured in a small Virginia town.

Losing a father and growing up with an abusive, drunk replacement is hard enough, but when you hardly knew the first because of his constant military deployment, it alters your perspective. As a seventeen-year-old high school senior, Alex Drummond learns the value of family and the meaning of dedication the hard way, but reliving people's horrendous murders does have its upside. Join him as he struggles to find his destiny, understand love, and discover what really happened to his father and the skeletons hiding within his small home town.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Another Great Literary Review!

Chantale at Geeky Girl Review reviewed Invisible Dawn this week. It's a great site. Check it out for wonderful new books to read. Check it out here! Also, A Life of Death will be out soon and both it and Invisible Dawn should be available in print in the next couple weeks. I just received the proof copy of Invisible Dawn and with a few changes it should be ready for distribution. So you readers without ereaders, stay tuned.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Invisible Dawn - Print on Demand Option

Soon Invisible Dawn will be available in a physical, print on demand option through Hopefully it will be ready in the next couple weeks. I'll keep everyone posted when I have a firmer date of its availability.