Very excited to give you guys the news about a boxed set of Military SF books I am a part of. Put together by Paul Corcoran, it includes books by Chris Nutall, PP Corcoran and Paul Bartlett. It also includes Recon:a War to the Knife, the first book in my Recon series.
Give it a look!
For those of you in the US, Amazon has a special right now, 3 months of Kindle Unlimited for 99 cents. If you want to give it a try, be sure to take the opportunity to read through some of my books while you can do it free!
The third book in my Birthright series, Enemy of My Enemy, is now available on audible.com as an audio book. So now Glory Boy, all three Birthright novels and the Recon series are all available as audio books!
My military SF novel Last Flight of the Acheron is on sale for a limited time for 99 cents! Get it while the special lasts!
Seeds of Gaia is now up on Amazon for sale! Let me know if you like it. It’s something a bit different from what I’ve written before, less Mil-SF oriented and more straight-up science fiction. Whether I write any more in this universe depends on the reception it gets.
Words complete on Seeds of Gaia. Editing starts now and it should be out in a few days.
I am less than a month from publishing Seeds of Gaia and I have a new cover I like better than the last concept. Tell me what you think.
Also, my military SF novel Glory Boy is currently on special for 99 cents for a limited time, for anyone who might not have read it yet.
A note on my plans following Seeds of Gaia.
I’m sort of at a crossroads here, and where I go will depend on the response to Seeds of Gaia. At this point, it’s a one-off stand-alone, but the universe it builds is pretty interesting and rife with possibilities so there may be more books in that world and with those characters depending on how well it does.
I have been writing basically a book every two months for two years now and I don’t know if I can keep up that pace forever without going nuts, so things may slow down after Seeds of Gaia. Again that depends on how well it does and how much demand there is for a sequel.