The wait is over! I'm happy to announce that the last book in the post-apocalyptic Bunker series is now available as an audiobook. Kate Marcin returns as narrator for a final adventure that brings together the characters from the first two books. You can listen on Audible here! If you haven't started the series yet,… Continue reading Follow Me to Armageddon is out in audio!
Tag: post-apocalyptic fiction
COVER REVEAL: Follow Me to Armageddon
The third book in the post-apocalyptic Bunker series has a cover and a release date! The sequel to Wake Me After the Apocalypse and Meet Me at World's End will launch on August 20th, 2021. This epic cover was designed by Dane at Ebook Launch. As you might be able to guess from the cover, Follow… Continue reading COVER REVEAL: Follow Me to Armageddon
Cover Reveal: Meet Me at World’s End
This cover is by Dane at EbookLaunch.com. Just look at how beautiful it is! The sequel to Wake Me After the Apocalypse launches on February 21st. It features new main characters, a few surprises, and a whole new look at the comet apocalypse. Preorder Meet Me at World's End here. This book will also be available on… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Meet Me at World’s End
Wake Me After the Apocalypse
I'm very excited to announce the launch of my 13th novel! Wake Me After the Apocalypse is a young adult science fiction adventure. Think Passengers meets Deep Impact with a little bit of The Martian thrown in. It's a little different from my recent books. Looking forward to hearing what you think! Get the ebook and paperback on Amazon or read it for… Continue reading Wake Me After the Apocalypse
Cover Reveal: Wake Me After the Apocalypse
Just in case you missed the announcement on Facebook, here is the cover for my upcoming science fiction adventure, Wake Me After the Apocalypse. The design is by Dane at Ebook Launch, and I think it perfectly captures the tone of this story, a tale of resilience and optimism at the end of the world. The novel… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Wake Me After the Apocalypse
The Burnt Sea audiobook is live!
The audiobook edition of Burnt Sea is new this week on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes! Narrated by Ray Greenley, it's a full-length prequel to Seabound that can be read before or after the trilogy (also available as Ray Greenley audiobooks). Burnt Sea follows the desperate survival efforts of a group of people who find themselves stranded aboard a cruise… Continue reading The Burnt Sea audiobook is live!
Cover Redesign for Seabound
I recently decided to get new covers made for my post-apocalyptic adventure at sea, The Seabound Chronicles, a series which has been complete since December 2015. With the original covers, I was going for the Wool look: a large, dramatic title on a relatively simple background. The old covers fit in fairly well in the adult post-apocalyptic category on Amazon. However, they don't… Continue reading Cover Redesign for Seabound
The Complete Seabound Trilogy Box Set
I recently compiled the Seabound trilogy into a convenient box set for Kindle. It includes all of Esther's adventures (Seabound, Seaswept, and Seafled) but not the prequel, Burnt Sea. It will be on sale for under $5 until Sunday. Tell your friends! In other news, I'm gearing up to launch my brand new fantasy series. The cover… Continue reading The Complete Seabound Trilogy Box Set
SEASWEPT Cover Reveal and Blurb
Friends, today is the official public cover reveal for the second book in the Seabound Chronicles! Seaswept will be out in just a few weeks. Here's the blurb: Sixteen years ago, the Yellowstone volcano erupted and changed the world forever. A small group of survivors escaped on a cruise ship called the Catalina ahead of a choking cloud of… Continue reading SEASWEPT Cover Reveal and Blurb
For adults who read YA fiction
A few weeks ago, I had a drink with a new acquaintance whose job involves organizing literary festivals. I wanted to impress her. I was participating in the upcoming festival to promote the book I wrote under another alias, but I was under no illusions about where I stood in the hierarchy of literary talents being featured. As… Continue reading For adults who read YA fiction