Howdy again from Montana, Dear Reader:
No, it is not really spring yet, at least not here in Northwest Montana. This is the best (read: coldest, snowiest, blusteriest) Winter here of the latest twenty or more, according to long-time residents. Since I never wear socks anyways, I don't always pay close attention to the weather-related goings on of this planet.
This month's newsletter announces the release of the Kindle Edition LONGSHOT Series Boxed Set. The entire set has been professionally re-formatted with a comprehensive and functional Table of Contents to help you navigate around in the four included volumes (one novelette and three novels). The set is attractively priced at $7.99 which is a 30% savings over purchasing the individual titles. And it can be shared with friends or family on other devices!
LONGSHOT FROM DARKNESS (the third book in the series) was released about 60 days ago, and has not yet been promoted separately. If you've already acquired and enjoyed the other books in the series, you may wish to take advantage of the upcoming promotion for it occurring on March 22, via BookBub and perhaps a few others, on which date it will be FREE to download from Amazon. Please forward this email and links to reading friends/relatives, neighbors, etc. Personally, I believe LONGSHOT FROM DARKNESS is the best book of this series. It is my continued intention to improve the quality of each book I write over those preceding it. We'll see how that turns out.
We have several writing works-in-progress. Two are historical fiction novels, one is a science-fiction/fantasy novel, and the fourth is so secret that even I am not yet certain to which genre it belongs. A couple of characters from the LONGSHOT Series may appear in one or both of the historical fiction novels in important roles. I'll attempt to keep you updated as any of these potential gems approach completion. Mostly this paragraph is included here to reassure any who are wondering that I have not yet expired. Mark Twain put it this way in his emailed newsletter: "The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated." That man knew how handle truth!
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Wishing you continued good reading and all that stuff,