No Sleep till Doomsday releases tomorrow! To celebrate, I’m offering a nice little bonus freebie.
Over the summer, I wrote a brand-new Dru Jasper story that takes Dru and Greyson on a romantic dinner date gone horribly wrong. Evil curses, terrifying creatures, mass hysteria—and that’s before they even order dessert.
You can’t get this story anywhere, because it’s brand-new. But you can read it for free.
Just preorder No Sleep till Doomsday today (from any bookseller), send me a copy of your confirmation email, and I will send you the brand-new top secret Dru Jasper story as my gift.
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Who else loves free ebooks?
FREE is my favorite price!
The fine folks over at Freebooksy.com hand-picked The Spider Thief as a featured title today, so I might as well brag a little bit . . .
AND give away a bunch of ebooks!
Free on Amazon.com today.
The Spider Thief: Omnibus collects all four of the original novellas into one non-stop novel: Stolen Memory, Haunted Dreams, Cold Million, and Ghost City, all in one — and all free.
But hurry. Because after Saturday, it goes back up to the regular price of $3.99 (also a great deal, but not quite as sweet as, well, FREE).
Click here to get yours free from Amazon.com now through July 5, 2014.
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Claire Hill, book reviewer extraordinaire
Did you know that book reviews on the Amazon UK site don’t appear on the regular Amazon.com site?
That means any book can have two entirely separate sets of reviews.
You have to admit, there’s something slightly weird about that.
But it’s good to know that our friendly neighbors across the pond are enjoying The Spider Thief.
This week, I’d like to introduce you to Claire Hill, a prolific book reviewer in the UK. She reads crime, thriller, mystery and paranormal. To date, she has read and reviewed almost 3000 books. That’s amazing!
Plus, she had some great things to say about The Spider Thief. You can read her delightful review here.
Want to get your free copy of The Spider Thief?
It’s not too late. You can still get The Spider Thief, Part 1: Stolen Memory for FREE when you join my author newsletter. >
A new five-star review for The Spider Thief, Part 1: Stolen Memory:
“Fast paced, thrilling, smooth and beautifully written. The very beginning captures you, takes you in and won’t let you go.”
Read the review on Kelly ‘Steam’ Renée’s Book Blog
“Just finished reading it and the twist at the very end just blew my mind! I definitely was not expecting that!” Read more >>
By the way, you can get your own copy of the ebook for free when you join my mailing list!
Click here to get The Spider Thief, Part 1: Stolen Memory, and find out what’s so thrilling. >>
What if you could prove your ex was framed for murder?
The fine folks over at FreshFiction.com invited me to do a guest post about The Spider Thief series, and I’m happy to oblige! –L.
Pop quiz: Do authors really imagine complex characters from the ground up, with mysterious backstories and intricately detailed biographies? Or do they just make everything up as they go along?
(Or do they create thinly-veiled versions of their friends and family, and torture them vicariously on the page?)
Click here to read the rest on FreshFiction.com >>
Available now on Amazon.com
All of his life, Ash has been haunted by the ancient curse that killed his parents . . .
Ash is a Robin Hood-style con artist who rips off the worst kind of crooks and uses the money to help their victims. He’s unearthed an ancient gold spider statue with the power to erase the past . . . change the future . . . perhaps even grant eternal life. But its curse has stolen Ash’s memories.
My new book is here — The Spider Thief, Part 1: Stolen Memory — and it releases today exclusively on Amazon.com.
The Spider Thief is a series of four interlinked novellas, and you can read them alone or all in a row. Every week, a new installment releases on Amazon.
Here’s the lowdown from my world-class literary agent, Kristin Nelson:
It takes a lot to make a guy like me blush.
In celebration of World Book Day and Read an E-Book Week, the ever-awesome Booktrack.com has named me a Booktrack Star.