I just heard about a promotion going on for the Books Gone Bad bundle and I thought I better hurry and pass it along.
Now until August 28th, you can get 40% off the bundle — the whole bundle! This isn’t just one book — at
These books wait for you with spine-tingling surprises. Get started on your fall reading now.
Don’t say you haven’t been warned.
Yesterday I announced the new bundle I’m in which is releasing in just a couple days:
Books Gone Bad. If you haven’t read that post, I implore you to go check it out. 10 stories and 2 novels all for $7.99. A great deal for your reading pleasure.
So here today is the second part of Mystery of the Stardust Monk. Enjoy.
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I am so thrilled to announce that Quest for the Three Books is in a new bundle coming out from BundleRabbit.
Books Gone Bad
Much as the title says, it’s all about books that are not the pleasant little tales we like to think sit on our shelves quietly, making no noise, but there to comfort us when we need them.
No, these books have twists, turns, magic, betrayal… oh, so dangerous to touch.
A while back, I said that I was going to be in a second bundle and that an announcement was forthcoming.
Well, here it is.
My story, Fractured Echo, is included in the Dragon Tales bundle along with several other great writers like Kevin J. Anderson, Stefon Mears, and Russ Crossley.
About the bundle:
Dragons have been part of myths and fairytales for thousands of years. In this collection of stories you will discover the legends behind these fantastic creatures
Salt Lake Comic Con.
The convention was fun. The hotel where were stayed was fancy (or seemed so from a first glance. I’m not so certain once I got to peek beneath the surface a bit — it’s amazing what a little observation and opening up conversations with people will provide. Can you hear my evil laugh? Yeah, writers think way too much, especially when the expensive room that has been booked has no microwave, refrigerator, or breakfast as other less expensive hotels have). So, yes, for as swanky as the hotel seemed, I came