December 23, 2017 in General Topics, Other Stuff, Slideshow Topic

It’s finally here! Today, readers, you can at last see how THE TYRANT STRATEGY ends with the final installment, Ascendant Army. Does Fujita have the tactical genius to beat multiple hostile forces at once? Can Reed Barowe finally turn the tables on the Serpican Police? And what does all this mean for Karmen Kizoreck, Daniel Bell, and the rest in this sweeping epic?

Don’t let me keep you any longer. Just click the cover below to grab your copy from Amazon for your Kindle or Kindle-compatible device:

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I want to wish you and your friends and family a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year! Enjoy the book!

The Beacon Saga Concludes with Beacon – Part VIII!

October 23, 2014 in General Topics, Slideshow Topic

Beacon - Part VIIIWe’re finally here! Beacon – Part VIII is now available, and it marks the end of the road for this serial.

Head to the installment’s page to find links to it on your choice of ereader platforms.

Please don’t forget that you can still grab Part I absolutely free (where available).

Here’s the blurb:

Part VIII–and the end–of the BEACON SAGA SERIAL.

Out of time and out of options, a desperate alliance will risk everything to stop an interstellar war.

The Cholsons, Nastron and the Petack have come together for an audacious experiment that will place them squarely in the crosshairs of the Nomads. In the jungles of Promise, Thrat struggles to evade search teams sent to capture him–or kill him. Aboard the Rigolo, Sarki and Castor plot an escape from the clutches of the fanatical shiplord, Rara, who is marshalling the first layer’s remaining strength for a terrible purpose. Secrets long-hidden will be revealed, great powers will hurl their might upon each other, and a force greater than anything the universe has ever seen will be unleashed.

A special novella-length concluding serial installment of nearly sixty thousand words–more than three times the length of any previous.

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