What’s better than announcing one new book? How about two?
First up is Witch’s Imperative. Witch’s Imperative is the 7th Assassin Without a Name story. It rounds out the series nicely and enables me to collect those first seven stories into an all-new collection, The Assassin’s Blade.
Following the pricing of the other stories in the series, Witch’s Imperative retails for 99 cents. For something that’s over 100 pages, that’s a steal.
The Assassin’s Blade, which comes in at over 400 pages, retails for $4.99. But, because it’s release day, I’m holding the price at $2.99 through the weekend. Get it while you can.
Assassin’s Justice, the sixth story in the Assassin Without a Name series, is officially released!
Here’s what it’s about:
The Assassin Without a Name has a new client and a new job in the form of Kaileesh, a Southlander too sly for his own good. The job goes down without a hitch, but things sour when it comes time to settle. Finding himself at the receiving end of a double-cross isn't anything new for the Assassin Without a Name, so he knows just what to do to Kaileesh. But the situation becomes more complicated when he learns Kaileesh was in league with an influential member of Alchester's gentry. What starts as simple revenge becomes something more as the Assassin Without a Name formulates a plan to bring his own particular form of justice down on the heads of those who betrayed him.
This one picks up a couple of weeks after Thief’s Gambit and starts to build a relationship between our witty assassin and a very unlikely ally.
Assassin’s Justice is available at all the usual places. Get your copy today.
[ Amazon ] [ Nook ] [ iBooks ]
[ Kobo ] [ Google Play ] [ Scribd ]
I’ve got something new out. It’s called The Killing Knife. It’s conception was simple: Now that there are five stories in the Assassin Without a Name series, totaling about 300 pages all told, I wanted to put out a compilation of the first few stories to give readers an easy way to get familiar with the characters and the series without having to make three separate purchases.
The Killing Knife is therefore a compilation of the first three Assassin Without a Name fantasy adventure stories. It includes:
Even for an assassin, death isn't always the answer.
Killing the Dead
Some say the dead should stay dead. Not everyone agrees.
Night of Zealotry
The job was simple, right up until the Assassin Without a Name finds himself in the middle of three organizations all willing to kill to fulfill their objectives.
The Killing Knife is available on Amazon only (for another week or so, until all of the Assassin Without a Name titles fall out of Kindle Select, then it will be available everywhere fine eBooks are sold) and is priced at $2.99. That’s a 40% savings over purchasing each of the stories separately. The Killing Knife clocks in at 54 pages.
Thief’s Gambit, the fifth Assassin Without a Name story, is now available as a pre-order at Amazon!
Continuing with the rolling Assassin Without a Name sale, this time The Goddard Affair is free on Amazon. The sale runs from 9/18 – 9/22, which makes this post notification a little late. Sorry about that. Some unexpected events arose to delay my usual routine.
The Goddard Affair is the longest story in the series to date, coming in at 18,000 or so words (roughly 72 pages). That puts the story in novella territory as far as length categorization goes. In many ways, The Goddard Affair best represents the series. It certainly showcases where I intend to take the series as a whole by mixing pseudo-tech with magic.
This is the last promotion for a little while here as I settle solely into some writing. I'm working on a standalone Assassin Without a Name story for a kickstarter project, then I've got the 5th story in the series, Thief's Gambit, to wrap up, hopefully for an October release.
In the meanwhile, do me a favor and download The Goddard Affair. Until next time.
Continuing with the rolling Assassin Without a Name sale, this week Night of Zealotry is free on Amazon. The sale runs from 9/11 – 9/15.
Night of Zealotry is really where the series begins to pick up the larger story. Consider Fine Wine and Killing the Dead introductory pieces. Still worthwhile reads, of course, especially if you got them for free as part of this promo, but I really start to entangle our witty assassin starting with this story. It’s longer than the first two tales, coming in at around 15,000 words or 60 pages (Amazon says 40; I use the standard 250 words/page to make my determination). You’ll be introduced to the Jakaree, the Warders, and the Progressives (read The Goddard Affair to find out more about them). Oh, of course, there’s also Elizabeth West, with whom our witty assassin was once involved. Liz brings a new set of skills to the table and a strong female presence, which readers have come to enjoy in my writing.
This should go without saying by now, but look for the next Assassin Without a Name story, The Goddard Affair, to go free this time next week. In the meantime, go download Night of Zealotry, give it a read, and (always appreciated) review it on Amazon, Goodreads, or your favorite web site.
Oh, one last thing. Remember to sign-up for my mailing list and I’ll send you the next, currently in-progress story, Thief’s Gambit, when it’s ready.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for reading.
Side note: I’m also running a sale on The Five Elements. It’s just 99 cents on Amazon for a limited time.