Saturday, December 22, 2018

Weekend Briefing- Christmas Party Part Four Post Three

And now, the grand finale!

-We have reached the final ten day mark for Mind of Darkness! That's ten days to preorder it and email conformation of purchase to to receive a free PDF copy of Codename: Christmas Carol!

 Updated version of cover (it's infantile because it has to grow up all over again):

-Chapter Twenty has been released in Fists of Injustice!

-Free book this week: In the Rogue, December 24-26.

-Book on sale this week (with all proceeds from sales going to Human Coalition): Ruptured Reality,  December 24-December 31.

-Trivia for this week (remember, find the answer in a synopsis and email it to for an entry into the raffle for a signed proof copy of Codename: Christmas Carol): Which job position did Kristian Clark hold first- private eye or secret agent?

-And, finally, a synopsis reveal for the third full-length novel in the Kristian Clark saga, and the first book in a new duology, Kristian Clark and the American Agenda.

Dream not of other worlds...

They call him agent and he answers. They tell him conquer and he does. But there's something they don't know. He's beginning to remember. His name is Kristian Clark. He has a wife and four children. Or he did. But he will find them again, whoever they are, and whatever it takes.

They call her the Aisling. She does their mission only as far as it helps her accomplish her own: to find and rescue the children of a fallen woman. And she will not let anyone get in her way- most certainly not the brainwashed father who has for so long been the unthinking weapon for the government. To save the innocents she will not hesitate to do whatever it takes- no matter how much it condemns her.

They are the root of the conspiracy that will bring two worlds together, for good or for evil, for better or for worse, for life or for death. Their choices shall echo throughout all eternity.

Coming April, 2019!

Join us next week, agents, for the last briefing of 2018. Until then, please don't do anything that will make us have to brain-wipe all your memories of the parties. Again. Felicem Natalem!

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