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What’s on the writing menu in 2022

What’s on the writing menu in 2022

Hello there, readers. It’s been a while since I posted an update here. But the lack of visible blog news activity doth not indicate a lack of invisible writing activity (not using the invisible ink, that is). I thought you might want to hear what sort of prose I have for you in the store. After publishing 20 books in 10 years, a nice round number and an awesome milestone altogether, I have no intention of slowing down, and so, let me tell you what you should expect from me in the coming months.

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Prince Dietrich, free books deal

Prince Dietrich, free books deal

Now that my most fabulously named gunpowder-and-humor trilogy Woes & Hose is complete, it is, it is, a time of moderate gift bestowement is upon us. With the holidays round the corner and such, I thought it would be prudent to temporarily offer the first book in the trilogy, The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich, for free. How free, and when free?

The Amazing Adventures of Dashing Prince Dietrich

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Prince Dietrich 3 has been published, the trilogy is complete

Prince Dietrich 3 has been published, the trilogy is complete

Dear readers, it is with great relish that I’m writing today’s post. There’s a new book out there, and ’tis fantastic! I have published the third and the last volume in my gunpowder-and-humor-drenched trilogy, Woes & Hose. To wit, The Daring Adventures of Amorous Prince Dietrich brings to conclusion the merry and wicked escapades of our beloved and deeply misunderstood anti-hero, the dashing, the glamorous and the amorous Prince Dietrich. As it happens, this book is also my twentieth publication, in the span of just ten short years.

The Daring Adventures of Amorous Prince Dietrich

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A book that wasn’t

A book that wasn’t

Sometimes, past things are best left in the past. How so, you may ask. Well, earlier this year, I told you I was working on a brand-new fantasy book. Nothing to do with Prince Dietrich, nothing to do with zombies. A fresh start. Then, roughly 15 chapters in, I gave up.

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Several news books coming your way

Several news books coming your way

Hello there, readers. I’ve got some more good news for you. As you probably know, I am doing audio books for Decay and Darkness, the two volumes in the Humanz trilogy. But that’s not all I’ve doing, oh no. There shall be a heap of fresh novels coming your way this year.

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Hello Darkness, my new book

Hello Darkness, my new book

Dear readers, I am happy to announce the publication of my latest book, Darkness. It is the second volume in my zombie-themed novella series Humanz, told in first-person from a perspective of a … zombie. Darkness follows our nameless protagonist, as they struggle with persecution, mistrust, bickering and power games, the ongoing-war with the humans, and worst of all, the slow and inevitable end of their half-dead existence.

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The Darkness cover is here

The Darkness cover is here

Dear readers! Darkness, the second volume in my somber, zombie-themed, first-person, dystopian novella series Humanz, will be released very soon! While you impatiently wait for the book to hit the proverbial, figurative and literal shelves (literal, geddit), maybe you want to check out the dope cover? Art created by legendary Anton Kokarev, styling and design by Andrew Leon Hudson.

Darkness

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Woes and Hose, Book 3, type type type

Woes and Hose, Book 3, type type type

No rest for the righteous. With great delight, I have commenced to write the final piece in the best-named trilogy of all times, Woes and Hose. The third book will be called, wait for it, The Daring Adventures of Amorous Prince Dietrich. And it’s already 25% done!

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Isn’t this the most punchable face ever, or what.

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