Saturday, December 31, 2011

Blog Comments I Didn't Know About Until Just Now

Hey everyone. Looking at the settings in Blogger just now, I found a "spam folder" for comments; I didn't know this existed until now, but for a long time it's been blocking certain comments without my even seeing them. Most of these were not spam. Needless to say I posted them right away. Apologies to anyone who thought I was screening them out for some random reason; I definitely wouldn't have done that.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The Breach is Very, Very Affordable Right Now

Inspired by the success of your friendly neighborhood crack dealer, for the next few days the eBook version of The Breach, the first book of the Travis Chase trilogy, is available for 99 cents.

UPDATE - The price is back up to normal again. Thank you to everyone who made the 99-cent promotion a great run!

Kindle Version

Nook Version

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Official Launch Date for Book 3

The third (and final) book of the Breach series, titled Deep Sky, will be in stores on Tuesday, December 27 of this year.

The book takes place a little over a year after the events of Ghost Country, and deals with one of Tangent's strangest secrets: a fact about the Breach that not even Paige Campbell has been aware of until now. Travis and Paige dig into this secret and quickly realize it may hold the answers to every question they've ever asked about the Breach.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Congratulations Steve Ulfelder!

Among the many great things about publishing, there's the fact that you sometimes get an early look at a very cool novel. Case in point: Steve Ulfelder's debut, Purgatory Chasm, hitting the stands tomorrow. I think this guy is going to be around for a while.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Whoever the hell is pretending to be me, in Houston--

--this would be a good time to stop.

I've gotten e-mails from multiple people in the past few days about a guy in Houston passing himself off as me. He apparently goes so far as to tell them the author photo inside the back covers of my books is a picture of a model. Well gee, maybe I should be flattered. I'm not.

Whoever this person is, he'd be well-advised to knock it off. If it continues, this will become a matter for law enforcement to deal with.