In my last post I gave you a glimpse into 2018. A tough year, for a lot of people, me included, but not all bad. My new series, Forgotten Worlds, is doing well. Now, here’s the third book in the series, just out. Jake.
On a long abandoned world a man comes to terms with some hard realities of life, it isn’t fair. Here he must face his demons and try to live up to his own codes, his sense of himself. Shipwrecked on an abandoned planet, injured, and facing unknown dangers, Jake must find a way to survive. Worse yet, his only companion is a super-powered alien woman who cannot function without others of her kind nearby. This is no place for a man who has lived all his life on a spaceship. Wait, what was that in the shadows?
Jake is just out and already has picked up some great reviews. With no modesty at all I say, this is probably my best work ever. So, get your copy today and I’ll get back to trying to top it. Happy reading.
It was a strange day yesterday. I went grocery shopping in the city. I left the house at 8:00 a.m., the boats were running late so it was close to 11:00 by the time I reached the city. By 1:00 p.m. I’d finished and headed home. 4:00 p.m. I arrived. Dang boats.
Now, on the upside, when I got home I checked for reviews on Goodreads. Here are two:
If you enjoyed SUVI then you will love this second instalment of the series. Following the lives of the crew onboard the spaceship ‘Reacher’ as they explore the universe for a suitable planet for the colonists to settle on. As with all explorations, there are setbacks, unforeseen situations that arise along with unexpected gains and alliances. This book has it all, not only that but we get a deeper understanding of the characters we were introduced to in SUVI. If you enjoy SciFi, mystery and intrigue then this is definitely the series for you. Very well written and kept me reading continuously until I had the book finished and was left wanting the 3rd book to delve straight into, unfortunately, I have to wait for the 3rd book.
I’ve enjoyed reading books with strong female main characters since I was a teenager reading about Ayla in Earth’s Children series.
SUVI held my attention and I was up all night reading, something I haven’t done in a few years. This was well written and I didn’t find any mixed up sentences or misspelled words.
I really hope this is the first of a long series. I’m actually excited to find out what happens next.
Well, for those of you who follow The Children of the Wild series, and who’ve asked me what happened there, hold onto your hats, the Lady Hawk is back. Sometimes life hands you strange turns, difficult challenges, and more. It is how we rise to these challenges, overcome the obstacles, that defines who we will become. The question now is, who will Lady Hawk become as she faces the biggest challenge of her life?
A woman is taken, tortured, and suddenly Rhonda’s thrust into a position of command that she doesn’t want. What if she screws it up? What if it all goes wrong and blows up in her face getting everyone killed? She’s utterly terrified, and the man she depends on most just sits there waiting for orders. Will she succeed on her own or fail and bring ruin to all?
Okay folks, there you have it, the return of the Lady Hawk. Don’t wait, order your copy today. 🙂
Well, it finally happened, we in Newfoundland finally got a warm sunny day, we all went into shock. I really should be out there cutting the grass, weeding the garden, or any of a dozen other chores that are overdue. So what am I doing? Sitting here at the computer working on a sequel to SUVI. I can’t seem to get that story out of my head.
What, you haven’t read SUVI yet? Oh now, you’re in for a treat. Check it out:
Enslaved as a child, her DNA altered until she was barely half human, Jeannie Sorenson still managed to engineer her escape back to the ship that brought her to that deadly planet. Could the humans accept her now that she was half alien? Could she learn to interact with them and still retain her freedom? And why the hell did they keep asking her for answers when they didn’t want to hear them?
Today I’ll give you a bit of background about how SUVI came to be. I’ve had the idea of Forgotten Worlds in mind for years, The Elvish Chronicles were my first foray into that idea. In that series the humans have managed to survive and thrive, but have fallen back into a Medieval world which they share with other species. You can find that series and more here: All the good stuff!
In SUVI, I took a different approach. Here the humans weren’t able to survive the harsh realities of an alien planet with any success. The planet’s indigenous species have driven the humans underground and also mutated several of them. In this reality, the last of the humans are saved by the great ship that brought them to the planet, or are they? Find out here:
This was one of those books that demanded to be written. I awakened in the middle of the night with a voice in my head. The first two chapters were written before I was allowed to sleep. I love it when a story grabs me like that.
I’ll sign off for now and get my butt back to work. I have another Children of the Wild story to complete.
Shadow Ascending has been out for a week now, and here’s what one reviewer had to say about it.
This is the best by far, I wasn’t expecting the series to end up here but by God it was so well done. Excellent characters great story. I have no problem recommending this series . Job well done and can’t wait to see what Prudence comes out with next. To be honest I couldn’t put it down.
– Amazon review
So, what are you waiting for, get your copy here: 🙂
Well, I’ve teased you long enough. The last tale in the Children of the Goddess series is now available. Even a goddess can make a mistake, overlook something important, and the repercussions of that can be all encompassing. Worse yet, when the gods make mistakes, it’s we poor humans who usually suffer the consequences.
Now, as the darkness falls, the children of the goddess, the enhanced warriors of justice, must face that possibility. Find out what happens here:
I will admit, writing this one took the starch out of me. It was a roller coaster of emotion from the beginning, and even I didn’t know how it would end. So, get your copy today, see what all the excitement is about.
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Last time I told you about this awesome promotion by several authors who you might not know. Believe me, read these previews and you’ll know who these authors are. Yeah, I downloaded all the previews and am working my way through them now. Get your own here:
Just wanted to let you know we’ve dropped a couple of bucks off the price of a Prudence MacLeod novel. The idea here is to make the back list more accessible for those of you wanting to collect full a series. Here’s a good place to start:
This book sets the stage for and is the beginning of the Children of the Wild series. So, if you like vampires, werewolves and more, get started now. There are five books in the series with book six on the way. Race the Wind (book 6) should be out early next week, so you avid readers like me have a chance to catch up.
Once again, my entire back list has been dramatically reduced in price. Okay, now here’s the peek into Race the Wind.
The sun was just setting as the hawk spiraled down and morphed into the woman right beside Merle as he walked from the barn to the house. “Jesus woman,” he exclaimed.
“Girl, you look like hell.”
“Really? I’m standing here, buck naked, and you say I look like shit? I’m hurt, Merle.”
“What? No, tired, I mean tired. You look exhausted.”
“Nice recovery, Slick.”
She was grinning, and he blushed to his roots. “You’re as bad as the rest of them. Git in that house and get some clothes on. Git.”
Okay, that it for now. Go shopping, read a book, and I’ll see you next time.