I keep trying to blog and Life, that sneaky wench, keeps throwing monkey wrenches, spanners, and assorted roadblocks in the works.
Be that as it may, I have a couple of announcements that need to be made. The first is that Kai Wilson-Viola’s book, “Glass Block,” will be released next week. I am very excited about this book and have been for a long time. I’ve read bits and pieces and earlier drafts of this futuristic, sci-fi, noir thriller-detective novel, and I know if you pick it up when it’s available, you’ll love it – assuming, of course, that you like that kind of genre. When it’s released, I’ll post links.
Now, for an announcement I can post a link with! Alexandria Publishing Group has a new category of books for your reading pleasure. Breaktime Bites. These are shorter works, ranging from short stories to novellas, just right for the train or subway ride to work, or lunch break, or maybe for the few minutes that your three-year-old takes a nap. The first of these is out today. Take a look. They’re inexpensive, quick reads. You might want to bookmark this link because there will be more releases.
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted. Wow. I should do something about that.
Today I want to tell you about two offers from Valerie Douglas. One is a new release, “The Girl in the Window.” This is a different sort of book from Valerie. It’s more contemporary fiction. And it looks great. I bought it this morning. I love her work. This one is only $2.99 for Kindle.
The Girl in the Window
Because Valerie is feeling generous, she has another offer for you. This weekend, she has a BOGO. Buy “The Coming Storm,” and you’ll get the sequel, “A Convocation of Kings,” FREE. These books are epic fantasy. Elves, magic, dwarves, battles. Good stuff!
The Coming Storm
A Convocation of Kings
If you have ever wanted to try out Valerie’s work, this would be an excellent chance to try it. These books are all under the aegis of Alexandria Publishing Group, by the way. This is always one sign of a good book!
I belong to Winston-Salem Writers and this organisation is producing a serial horror novel. A serial novel is one written by a group of writers. Each writer writes a chapter. There have been several fairly well-known serial novels published, in fact.
They asked me if I’d be willing to write a chapter for the W-S Writers Serial Horror Novel. Of course, I agreed. And it went live on the website. Mine is (for the moment) the most recent chapter, chapter six.
If you’re interested in a piece of my fiction writing, you can find it at Winston-Salem Writers Serial Horror Novel – Rady.