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Updated: Nov 18, 2018

Starting tomorrow and ending Monday night, you can get your free digital copy of If I Let You Go.

Why download it?

  • You may not want a book to read now… But you might later. It won’t always be free! Grab it while you can.

  • If I Let You Go is rated 4.5/5 stars on Amazon. Not bad, if I do say so myself.

  • Seriously, just check out this cover:

  • During my last free promotion, If I Let You Go pretty consistently stayed in the Top 100 Free Post-Apocalyptic and Dystopian books. A lot of people were interested. In total, over a hundred people downloaded the book:

Amazon Kindle eBooks rankings
Kindle Free rankings during my last "free" promotion. I got down in the 30s, but missed getting that screenshot.

  • It’s obviously a dystopian novel, so you get to enjoy action (read: fights), politics (read: betrayal), and a totally unique, functionally dysfunctional society set in underground USA. If the setting is a little bleak – this is post-apocalyptic fiction – know that the book ends with a little hope. … Or does it? You won’t know until you’ve read it.

  • The main character is a man, but the strong characters are female. Sorry, Edwin.

If you do happen to download a copy, I would love if you leave me an honest review. It’s so helpful to hear your thoughts – good or bad – and helps other readers make well-informed decisions about purchasing.

As for the release of my next novel, I’m approaching 60,000 words. I’ll keep everyone updated on its status as I go.

It’s about a family who goes on a long vacation in hopes of healing old wounds created when Jim Sylvaine, the head of the family, died. While on the island, a terrible spirit awakens, giving birth to a creature who sustains herself by infecting humans with a virus that forces them to commit suicide in five days. The family, along with the help of some seafarers, must put a stop to the nightmare – or they will lose someone. Again.

It’s shaping up to be a deep story with themes surrounding letting go, giving in, mental health, and, of course, death. It gives a voice to the creature and shines a new light on what it means to be a villain.

I’m very excited to finish it up in the coming months and begin editing.

If that all sounds good to you and you’d like to get a feel for my writing now, take advantage of the discount on If I Let You Go!


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