If you got a Kindle for Christmas, I have good news: you can stock up on science fiction for only $2.99 each.
All titles below are only $2.99 right now. Download and enjoy!
I have one last book giveaway on Goodreads this fall, and it’s a good one. Martian Queen: The Adventures of Stewart John Jones of Mars, was my first space opera novel. Inspired by the tales of the legendary John Carter and Lt. Gulliver Jones (Google that one, if you’ve never heard of him), Martian Queen tells the tale of a modern day sci-fi buff who accidentally ends up on the red planet. Stewart discovers Mars to be his kind of place, where leisure and doing nothing take precedent over hard work, but when the Martian girl of his dreams is taken from him and no one lifts a finger to stop it, Stewart sets out on the adventure of a lifetime.
I’m giving away three copies of the book featuring a limited edition cover by Chicago-based artist, Erik Hodson. These are the LAST books with this cover, so it’s your last chance to grab one!
Watch the trailer below, then go to Goodreads and enter the giveaway today. Contest ends Monday, November 21!
Last week I posted the story behind a trilogy of short films I produced about a cute and fuzzy killer from outer space known as Fluffy. The hero of these films was a woman named Trish Angel, a born killer who, at the end of it all, decided she had more than enough of killing, even if it was just a bunch of fuzzy pink aliens. But what happened to Trish after the battle of Cleveland?
Space Reaper: The Legend of Trish Angel is a new story about the legendary Trish Angel and her old comrade in arms, Stone Brockman. A fluke accident forces Trish to come out of retirement (again) and out of a convent (again) to join Stone Brockman on a journey into outer space (yet again!).
Trish hopes this new adventure will allow her to make a new start and once and for all purge herself of the anguish she feels for annihilating an alien race, but such catharsis was never meant to be. A new alien menace awaits Trish, Stone, and their crew on this new world, and Trish must decide if she can continue on the path of peace or once again, grab a gun and save everyone’s butts.
Space Reaper is now available as a free download! Click here to download your copy now.
That question has led a number of readers to the writing of Rick Kueber. Rick is a talented writer from Southern Indiana and a fellow member of the Tri-State Playwrights and Screenwriter’s Project. He is equally adept at writing science fiction and I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read (so far) of his Convergence Saga, but it’s his true life supernatural writing that has made him a top seller on Amazon.com.
Forever Ash has been atop the Supernatural and Horror best sellers list on Amazon throughout 2016. Based on true events, Forever Ash recounts the story of a paranormal investigation that Rick and a team of experts undertook in the Appalachian Mountains. It’s a story that has drawn rave reviews from readers on Amazon, and more than a few readers have related some mysterious happenings that took place while reading the book back to the author.
Rick recently appeared on the Into the Paranormal podcast, and he’s made a number of appearances signing books and talking about his experiences as a member of the Evansville Vanderburgh Paranormal Investigations team.
Years ago, I wrote a short story that re-told the tragic tale of the Big Bad Wolf in the style of film noir. This past summer, I decided to go back to that abandoned story and create a trilogy of noir-fairy tales. The result is the new ebook release The Big Bad Goodnight, available on Amazon and Smashwords.
This was a fun book release because I got to work with a number of old friends and new preparing for it. Actress, writer, and filmmaker Gia Signorelli illustrated the book and also co-produced the trailer you’ll see below. My long time friend and fellow collaborator Tyler Bradley also produced three more trailers that you can see on the book’s official page, inspired by the nursery rhymes in the book. Megan Broadus, who briefly toured with me in Righteous Insanity, edited the book, and Jon Driver, a multi-talented musician and former student of mine, contributed the smoky saxophone music to the trailers.
Last but not least, it was actress Meredith Keller who brought to life one of the book’s best characters. For one of the stories in the book, I asked myself, what if The Three Bears was re-told in the style of Cape Fear? See for yourself, then download the book for yourself!