FREE Book Release: One Day Sale!

After much anticipation, Moonlit Miles is here!

Kris Grant is back.

This action-packed sequel brings us back into the mind of Kris Grant, an inexperienced Vampire running the South Florida Territory with his business partner, Jack Weaver who just so happens to be a Werebear.

To celebrate the release of Moonlit Miles, the second book in The Kris Grant Series, I’m having a huge promotional sale.

On Sunday, April 7, 2013 you will be able to buy both Daylight Hours AND Moonlit Miles for FREE!

That’s right, both books in The Kris Grant Series will be absolutely, 100% FREE for Kindle on Amazon.com. All you have to do is check them out this Sunday morning (TOMORROW) and download and gift to your heart’s content.

I want to thank everyone for their support in helping me get this novel out there. If you’re a fan of the first book, or Kris Grant, then I hope you enjoy the sequel.

If you haven’t gotten around to reading Daylight Hours and entering this exciting universe where the paranormal and mankind live intertwined, then…well, get on that. You’re missing out. Then again, my opinion’s a little biased.

President’s Day Weekend Sale: My Book Is Free…Again

This weekend, in commemoration of President’s Day (because it’s literally the only Holiday around at the moment) Daylight Hours will be FREE on Kindle.

Weekend Sale:
2/16-2/18
FREE!!

If you haven’t downloaded the book yet, now’s your time. Are you a fan of urban fantasy or paranormal mysteries? Then Daylight Hours is the book you won’t want to miss. Kris Grant is a Vampire trying to survive as Territory Master of South Florida. Normally he’s in over his head with trouble, but when three runaways enter his territory with a strange enemy chasing them, he has no choice but to get involved and do what he does best: survive.

This is the first novel in The Kris Grant Series, with the sequel coming out this year. Who is Kris Grant and what makes this novel unique? Read Daylight Hours and find out.

And why not? It’s free. That’s pretty cheap if you ask me.

Thursday Morning

I’m sick. Not only of working for “The Man” and trying to make sense of everything while trying to find my place in a society that says I had to get a college degree, but doesn’t give you the opportunity to find jobs immediately after graduating. I’m sick of all that, but I really just have a cold. Hopefully not the flu.

I’ve given out a few copies of the sequel to Daylight Hours to some test readers and I’ve gotten some really positive feedback. It’s definitely helped revitalize my creativity. I was worried that anyone who read/enjoyed the first book, wouldn’t like the second in the series. So far, things look good.

As all of my test readers will attest to, I need to fix a lot of grammatical errors, but I feel that the novel is right where I want it to be. I’m still doing another couple of revisions because I battle with perfection. You all do see the problem with being a perfectionist when you know that nothing you create will ever be exactly the way you envisioned it. Look at that. A paradox.

I’ve been posting new chapters of Daylight Hours here for free every Monday and Wednesday for the past few months. Spread the word, people. Chapters 1-22 are here to be read for FREE. Considering that I’m considering trying Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing services, read the chapters here while they’re still up. Trying Amazon’s KDP Select would would make Kindle the only way to read a digital copy of Daylight Hours. It’s got it’s benefits, like being able to promote the novel for FREE downloads for 5 days out of every 90. I’ve heard positive things from the sheer number of readers who download Kindle books immediately simply because they’re free. Hopefully this would be a good way of getting Daylight Hours to more people who will hopefully enjoy the novel enough to write a review.

There are some cons: No more Daylight Hours for Nook and I’d have to take down the free chapters I’ve posted up so far here on the website. The paperback will still be available at Barnes and Noble as well as Amazon.com so that’s good.

Decisions, decisions…Who knows what I’ll do because I sure don’t. All business aside, I’m looking forward to Christmas because two days after I get to celebrate my 6th year with a certain amazing woman who somehow manages to put up with me.

This cold better vanish before then.

FREE Online Chapters of Daylight Hours Begins Today

You heard it. I’m putting my debut novel, Daylight Hours online for FREE right here!

Every Monday and Wednesday morning I will be posting one chapter of the novel. I’ll be doing this until the very end of the book so that everyone can get a chance to read it without having to spend a dime. As a starting bonus, I posted the first two chapters this morning.

Daylight Hours is the first book in The Kris Grant Series, introducing Kris Grant a young Vampire and Territory Master of South Florida’s supernatural underworld. Vampires are mortal during the day and almost extinct. You’d think that would be enough to make Kris play it safe and stay out of trouble. Unfortunately, trouble has a way of finding Kris whether he’s looking for it or not. Kris Grant isn’t dark and brooding or conflicted with philosophies of immortality, he’s a real guy trying to fight through all the bullshit of the world so that he can enjoy his “permanent retirement” in sunny South Florida. With the help of his business partner, a Werebear with a drinking problem, Kris just might be able to pull it off and survive the daylight hours a little longer.

I am currently working hard on the next book in this series and now that I’ve graduated from FAU, I have more time than ever to make a better novel. I hope that everyone who reads these free chapters enjoys the novel and Kris Grant. I self-published this novel in an attempt to breathe new life into the Vampire and paranormal genre and I hope it’s as much to read as it was to write.

If you would like to support me as an indie author and purchase Daylight Hours, it is still available on both the Nook and Kindle for only 99¢ as well as online in paperback form for $11.00.