It’s time to make a choice.
Between you and me, I hate this crap. I hate arguing with the people I like and respect because of differences of which one is better and which one is the certain ruination of all that is good and holy.
I can’t wait until it’s over and the only thing left to argue about is football.
In the meantime – I have another choice for you.
The difference is – with this choice you can choose one, the other – or both! You can also choose neither if you want, but then you would be passing up free stuff!
That’s right…FREE STUFF!
As you may, or may not know – my ninth novel (12th book when you count short stories and novellas) was released earlier this month. It’s called Blood in the Water and it’s available in paperback here and kindle here.
So far it has been receiving high praise – but that’s not what I’m here to tell you about.
Several books ago I started a bit of a tradition of giving away a book in celebration of the release of a new one. So – since I have just released a new book it’s time to give one away – BUT – since it’s the season of choices…I’m giving you a choice.
Beginning tomorrow (Nov. 2, 2016) and running until Sunday (Nov. 6, 2016) my novels No Good Deed AND Full Circle will both be available for FREE download.
No Good Deed is (technically) the sequel to my first novel Living the Dream, but the story stands up well on its own. It isn’t necessary to read Living the Dream to enjoy No Good Deed (but it does provide background of the main characters).
I often call No Good Deed the “red-headed-stepchild” of my books.
Why, you ask?
There’s a good explanation, which you can read about here, but it has nothing to do with the quality of the story. I think it’s a really good story (as you would expect).
Full Circle is a novel that was twenty-seven years in the making – you can find out what that means here. Prior to the release of Blood in the Water it was the general consensus of people I spoke to that Full Circle was my best book.
Here’s your chance to find out…
So there it is – I invite you to take part in the process. You have a choice, but the good news is, you can’t go wrong either way!
As always – Thank you for reading