Hello and welcome yet again to my ongoing blog post series for December 2019, in which I am taking a look at the past decade and all of its ups and downs, and at the end, I’ll be taking a look forward into the future with at least the next year’s plans. This is part four in a series of posts. If you missed the past parts of the series you can read them here: Part One | Part Two | Part Three
Hit the link below to continue reading the fourth part of this series!
This week’s excerpt comes from a book that is near and dear to my heart: The Becoming: Redemption. This was intended to be the last book in The Becoming Series; I felt like it had (mostly) wrapped up the story pretty well. (Of course, now I’m prepping to release another book in the series, so I guess sometimes when you think a story is done, it really isn’t.)
Anyway, this is from chapter 17 in the book, in which two of the main characters, Ethan and Kimberly, find out that all isn’t as it seems regarding the viral zombie outbreak that decimated their world. Keep reading for the excerpt, and if you enjoy it, pick up your copy of The Becoming: Redemption today! Or, if you haven’t read any of the series yet, you can start with book one, which is titled The Becoming, available now from Permuted Press!
Welcome again to my ongoing blog post series for December 2019, in which I am posting a retrospective of my past decade and all of its ups and downs. This post is part three of the series. If you missed the past parts of the series, you can read part one HERE and part two HERE.
This is part three. And it was probably the hardest of parts to write. You have been forewarned.
Even though this month is (for me) the month of zombies, I decided to change it up just a little bit for this week’s excerpt of the week. Instead of pulling from one of my zombie apocalypse books, I decided that I would pull a snippet from my newest book release, Hellforged, which came out on November 26th! You can pick up your copy for $4.99 (or read for FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription), and the first book in the series, The Unnaturals, is still available at only $2.99 for a limited time!
Hit the link below to read a bit from the book and pick up yours today!
The scene for this week’s excerpt takes place in chapter six of Hellforged, in which one of the main characters, an on-the-run government agent named Riley Walker, is confronted by someone–or, rather, something–that very much wants her dead.
Welcome, once again, to my little retrospective of the decade series that I’m doing this month! This post is part two. If you missed part one, you can click HERE to read part one before continuing on.
Part two is where the really exciting things began. So hit the cut below and enjoy!
It’s that time again! It’s time for another…
EXCERPT OF THE WEEK!
This week, I’m sharing with you guys a small snippet from the second book in my zombie series, The Becoming: Ground Zero. This scene is from chapter nineteen, in which the gang has infiltrated an abandoned, mostly looted Walmart in a rural area of Alabama in a hunt for supplies…and they end up getting a little more than they bargained for.
Hit the cut for the excerpt, and be sure to pick up your copy today!
Hello to December! My gosh, I can’t believe 2019 is already almost over! This year has just flown by, but it’s also been a really great year from a writing perspective, and I’ve honestly really been very proud of how much I’ve managed to accomplish this year.
Not even just this year, either. This decade has been a whirlwind of ups and downs, highs and lows, and I thought I’d take this month to look back at where this decade started and how far I’ve come and everything that has happened to me.
And yes, there will be zombies.
When I initially wrote this post, it was way too long, and while I enjoy writing novels, and I hope you enjoy reading them, I didn’t think you would want to read this as a novel, so I decided I’m going to make this a little mini-series of posts over the month of December, sort of a retrospective of the decade type thing. I hope you guys enjoy reading about my trials and tribulations (and maybe get a little insight as to why I didn’t really release very many books over the past decade)!