Friday, November 2, 2012

As Predicted in The Western Front

 Excerpt From the Western Front:
The people of St. Ansgar crowded around the station as they cheered and waved farewell to the senator; he turned back and gave a final farewell before stepping onto the train.  He had just concluded another powerfully rousing speech at the depot, but did not have time to stay and mingle with his supporters; time was growing short, and they still had a lot of stops ahead of them.  It was not easy campaigning 19th century style.  

The shipping of goods by the river and rail had begun to exhibit a marked resurgence in recent months.  It was much cheaper and safer to transport cargo by train or barge than by truck; the senator chose the rail as his means of transportation, because like his values and ideals, it was experiencing its own rebirth.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Phases: New Chapter Available

Phases is now available up to chapter 3, HERE.  This will definitely be all that is up before Halloween is over, and will likely be all I post since I am probably 2/3 complete with the book.  Look for a completed book in maybe a week to ten days at a price point of somewhere around $1.99. 

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Western Front Paperback

The paperback is now linked on the ebook product page. Previously the paperback was available, but was hard to find. Anyway - click the link at the top of the blog in the banner and you'll see it available now: $14.99.

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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Face Palm

PHASES is on track to become the most viewed page of all my writings for the month of October.  It's page has been on my blog for 3 days...

Perhaps I picked the wrong genre...