These are hard times. COVID 19 had meant the closing of many libraries and bookstores and I know many of you are home with nothing to do and feeling the loss of income
Here are some ideas that might help. If you don’t have an e-reader, and can’t afford one, Amazon has a free app that allows you to read books on your smartphone or tablet.
Another alternative is Overdrive.
I use this app in conjunction with my library membership. You can download ebooks and audiobooks from your local library onto your device. This service has always been free for me, and I highly recommend it.
Standby for news on promotions. I’m working on having some freebies and specials available in the next month. My books are exclusive to Amazon, and they only let me do a price promotion once every three months, so it will take a bit of planning.
In the meantime, if you want a free book, you can sign up for my newsletter. The link is at the top of the page.
I'll send you two stories featuring FBI Agent Finn Callaghan. These stories are prequels to The Gathering Storm Series.
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It's Valentines Day, a time when we celebrate all things romantic. I thought it would be cool to do another free promotion so from today until the 16th February Sun Storm with be free at Amazon.
"Sun Storm is a fast-paced and exciting read that was impossible to put down." Readers' Favorite.
Hunted by a gunman and a corrupt police force... in a blizzard.
In Montana to prove her portable solar panel can solve the world's energy problems, naïve scientist, Dr. Marie Wilson must first fight to survive and then expose the powerful businessman intent on destroying her life's work.
Ex-special forces soldier, David Quinn is haunted by the horrors of combat, and yearns to be left alone with his beehives, but agrees to do one last job for his old mentor.
When the scariest man she's ever met becomes her savior, Marie discovers a heart of gold beats beneath his surly demeanor.
This iconic poem epitomizes the Christmas season and how we picture Santa. Rumor has it Moore based his image of St. Nick on the sleigh driver who drove Moore to Greenwich Village to buy his holiday turkey on Christmas Eve.
Twas the Night Before Christmas