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.
Don’t make them get medieval on you!
Sun Tzu ruined my life.
Don’t get me wrong, “The Art of War” contains some gems of insight for anyone engaged in a difficult struggle, like running a business.
(Or fighting a war with chariots and spears.)
But the problem is that Sun Tzu puts a great deal of emphasis on lightning-fast strikes intended to leave the enemy off-balance and lead to a swift victory. He recommends avoiding a prolonged conflict at all costs.
And he makes some good points.
But sometimes, you can only win the battle — or write a book — with a slow and steady application of force.