About the series:
Coming off the terrestrial spookiness of Halloween, my eyes return once more to the stars. In part to help celebrate Irish Book Week, in part to show off an updated look for my first novel, and thirdly, as a thank you, my way of giving back to those of you who support and appreciate the literary world, the digital version of my first novel, After Terra: Year 200, will be free on Amazon’s Kindle platform during November 3 and 4, 2018.
I realize that some of you prefer to read physical, rather than digital, copies of books, and that is totally understandable. If you don’t have a Kindle, I beseech you to pass on the word to those that do so they can score a free story, one I hope they will enjoy.
As always, reviews and shares are appreciated by any of those who read my work. I am now on goodreads.com as well as bookbub.com, so if you for some reason encounter any problems leaving feedback through Amazon, there are other options.
For those of you new to the After Terra series, and want a preview before downloading, please click the read more link below to sample the first chapter of Year 200. Thank you! (more…)
For a limited time only, the digital versions of my second and third novels In the Baron’s Shadow and Lunacy are listed at a special discounted price on Amazon.com.
If you are looking for more sci-fi for your reading diet, or have read my first book and are ready to see what happens next, now is a great chance to do so without losing too much out of your wallet.
Thanks to all of you who have supported me and continue to do so.
The past and the haunt called out to this traveler. What is there to learn from Loftus Hall? I can give you only some of the answers. The rest, we must explore together.
To err is human. (more…)
Introspection through reading and writing.
Despite many attempts to extinguish it throughout recorded history, pagan cultures, such as that of the Norse in Old World Scandinavia, endure today. This post explores the old Norse culture and mythology at an introductory level, as well as compares them to depictions in American popular culture.
The crew goes trick or treating in this oddball episode.