New releases on Amazon!
In last week’s blog post, I announced plans to take my two short stories from this site, clean them up, and release them on Amazon. As newsletter subscribers already know, those plans became reality last night!
See These Bones and its sequels are understandably focused on Damian and his struggles, but it’s a big, broken world out there. These tales offer brief glimpses of events and places far beyond Damian’s reach, often touching on locations or secondary characters from the main series. They also give me an opportunity to play around with different perspectives and writing styles.
People seemed to dig the earlier drafts, and I’m thrilled to bring them to the wider audience of Amazon!
The Stars That Sing
In the post-Break world of superpowers, not everyone is lucky enough to be born in the Free States. Some labor under the repressive lash of Steel’s regime. Others die young on the war-torn streets of the dirty South. And then there’s Old Baltimore, where Lord Legion’s thousand Eyes fill the night sky.
Samara and Cornelius James are two children growing up too fast on the streets of Old Baltimore. The only thing they know for certain is that their lives and their deaths are to be used as Lord Legion deems fit.
Escape is impossible. Rebellion is futile. Hope is a fairy tale.
Until the day a stranger is spotted on the streets of the city, and the world they know starts to shift…
The Storm in Her Smile
In the post-Break world of superpowers, every town has a story, and Mobile, Alabama is no exception.
In Mobile, the waters have finally receded, but the streets run red with blood. For the past few years, the city’s been the domain of the Melendez brothers; crime lords, murderers, and would-be kings.
Charity is forgotten. Compassion is a lie. Weakness is death.
Until the day an electric motorcycle rolls into town carrying a lone rider in black. They call her the Queen of Smiles, and she has a job to do.
You can read the full stories for free on Kindle Unlimited! Enjoy! I’d love to hear what you think!
See These Bones at $0.99!
To commemorate these new releases, the kindle version of See These Bones is on sale for $0.99.
I’ll be running an email promotion tomorrow to call people’s attention to that fact, but if you haven’t read it yet, or read it on Kindle Unlimited and wanted a permanent ebook of your very own, now is the time!
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