Author name: Matt Novotny

Matt Novotny – Author December 2023 Blog

Hi Folks,

December in Colorado conjures visions of snowy mountains and holiday lights spreading a multi-colored glow over a winter wonderland. While we have snow on the high peaks, this year has been unseasonably warm and dry. Today for the first time I can remember I had to water the yard in the winter.

No worries though, I’ve been using the opportunity to get some additional hiking done, mostly because I can always use the exercise. The daily walks have given me some welcome churn time for the stories I’m working on.

Whether we manage a white Christmas or not, I wish you and your loved ones the very merriest of holiday seasons.

JOLABOKAFLOD – the book flood.

The Icelandic winter tradition of gifting new books to loved ones goes back to world war II. While other products were scarce or unavailable, Icelanders made the best of the situation and gave each other the gift of stories to enjoy. As a writer AND a reader this seems an eminently sensible tradition. Curl up with a good story and your favorite warm beverage while you wait for Santa.

As my gift to you this year I’m running a FREE promotion on Cast the First Stone December 22, 23 and 24.

Cast the First Stone

Some brief updates:


I’ve done a series of updates on the website, including adding a status bar for work in progress to the main Blog page and transitioning to a new mail client that +should+ email new blog posts out to my mail list. This post will be a test of that function. If all goes well I’ll look at some additional integrations. There is a bit of wonkyness in the formatting as the mail client converts the blog feed into my newsletter and the blog and mailer have different ideas about how images should look.

I’ve also added a Behind the Scenes page that you can access from the main page that gives some of what I’ve shared on different projects in the past.

Thirteen Stories Audiobook

New Audio!

Thirteen Stories of Horror now has an audiobook available through .

Find it HERE

There’s no thrill for an author that’s quite like hearing our stories come to life through narration.

Already in the Holiday spirit? Thirteen Stories is still great for those snowy nights. Just remember “A Christmas Carol” – is a ghost story.


I’m a little over ten percent in at 9100 of a projected 85K, but based on some of the scenes so far this one may run long. Don’t forget you can see how I’m doing with the spiffy progress bar now on the main blog page.

There’s a lot to keep track of with the Seven Deadly Sins Merc company helping the Votha and Futaba to secure their system in the aftermath of the Xoth’tar attack.

Preston Pembrooke and the the Consortium are busy consolidating power on the Benth Orbital station and Benth itself, neither situation is one the Benthi are happy about. While the resistance works to free the station, the Federation seeks to recover and find new allies while planning their next move.

Rath and 7DS can only be sure that any real response will require ships – a lot of them.

On the Horizon

There +might+ be a new Cajun story for an anthology out next year – I’m waiting for news on that project. I’ll give you more when I can.

Likewise, SOUL MATE, in the Hit World/Valkyries universe will be released sometime in 2024.

That’s all for now,

As always,


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Matt Novotny – Author October 2023 Blog – So much to do.

Hi Folks!

Happy spooky time! The fall and Halloween are some of my favorite times of the year. The crisp air, sometimes tinged with woodsmoke and the rustle of leaves beneath a Colorado blue sky? It doesn’t get better than that! There’s been a lot going on in the Mattiverse, but not nearly enough on the writing front. Some updates:

The personal front:

At the end of August I underwent a “Reduction in Force” from my employer of 24 years. I’m not going to go into detail other than to say it’s so far been a positive move for me. A great deal of the stress I carried came from the way that role functioned within the companies framework and the fact that I hadn’t taken an extended break in too long a time. All work and no play didn’t make Matt a dull boy, but it did make him a tired one. While there are certainly new challenges dealing with the tail end of a case of burnout along with needing to expand a “very particular set of skills”, it’s also given me time to look at my opportunities with fresh but still tired eyes. It’s an ongoing process and I expect it will take some time to sort out.

On the writing front:


On October 13th I was fortunate to have a story included in THIRTEEN STORIES of HORROR – an Anthology edited by Nick Steverson and Marisa Wolf. I joined an all-star cast to help your spooky season along and send a shiver down your spine. If you love horror you are sure to find a new favorite from the offerings inside. Published by Three Ravens Publishing!

In my story I’ll take you back to London of 1888, into the streets, and the mind of a killer. But there is another story you’ve never heard, so as the fog rises, let me reintroduce you – to a Legend.

They Called Him Jack

Thirteen tales of Horror, perfect for a dark and stormy Friday the 13th…or a sunny Tuesday afternoon.

From science fiction to classic European horror, interwoven with layers of creep factor, gore, and mystery that will keep you turning the page…and looking over your shoulder.

So, light the candles, stir the cauldron, and check your ammo count, because things are about to get dark!


Work is still moving ahead. I’ve added a bunch of bits to the outline and have been writing scenes sporadically. Part of the delay is life-event related and part has been an overhaul in my writing process that I’m hoping will pay steady dividends down the road. This includes some pre-outlining on the third book – Birds of a Feather. I’ve been experimenting with looking at the outlining process from more of a series based point of view.

Concept work

I currently have two series concepts I’m working on. One for an alt-history/horror series and another for Military Sci-fi. It’s too early to go into much detail, but there’s plenty on the drawing board. Both of these are minimum 3-5 books and possibly much more.


Today I completed a major revision on the website for the Book Shop. Check it out and let me know what you think!

Soon I will be taking another look at mail lists. The current mailer I use could do better notifying me when I have new sign-ups. That could be a limitation in the product or a problem in the way I have it set up – either way it’s in need of improvement. Fortunately most of my followers are with me across multiple platforms for which I’m very grateful – you folks rock! I’m also revisiting all of my writer-tech decisions with an eye toward integrations and ease of use. The goal is to streamline the admin tasks as much as possible.

That’s the not-so-quick and dirty. Thanks for being part of the madness!

As always, KEEP READING!

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May 2023 – A new release, an upcoming Novel, and movement on the horizon.

Hi Folks!

The first part of 2023 has been really busy on multiple fronts, and as a result I haven’t had as much writing time as I would have liked – but there are still a bunch of exciting things happening.

What’s New?

What Goes Around

New for May – a short story release from the Fallen World Universe, with a bad-ass cover by my friend Jamie Ibson at Ibson Writes!

Deathrace meets the Thunderdome – In this Fallen World.

Thaddeus Drake will do whatever he must to protect the Arcology and the life they’ve built in the shadow of the Devil’s Head lookout. When an Agent makes a run on seven mile road, she brings with her an enemy he has no way to face.

There is only one place he can find what he needs to save them. The ruins of Denver, and the TraderTrack. In a race against time, Thad will gamble his skill as a driver that they can win – or lose everything, including their lives.

What Goes Around is a short story of 10500 words set in the Fallen World Universe.

A Nest of Stars – In German!

This was a particularly exciting feather in my cap made possible by CKPI! (Chris Kennedy Publishing International)
The release of my short story “Whatever Happened to Charlie Biggs” as part of the German language release of “It Takes More Kinds” and of “A Nest of Stars means I’m now internationally published, with additional language options planned for the future.

So far NOS has done very well for ratings in Germany, and I’m looking forward to sharing the journey of the crew of the Merry Dreamer and the Votha with a wider audience!

Down the road…

Soul Mate

After a few rounds of edits to reshape the book and add tie-ins and Easter eggs galore – Soul Mate is finished and approved by the IP owner. It still has to be submitted to the Publisher and accepted before I’ll find out when the publication date will be and I’ll share that as soon as I’m able, but my best guess is Q1 of 2024. The next chapter of the story that began in “Cast the First Stone” and continued in “Glass Houses” is coming to you in a full-length novel.

Every profession has its perks—and its problems.

When Solomon Thorpe accepted the mantle of the Sin-Eater on the death of his mentor Roland Addy, he became the kind of rich most people only see in movies, and as the Chairman of the Second Chance Foundation, he was in a position to make a real difference in the world.

To add to the dream, Solomon was learning to use kaval—magic, and his bodyguard was a succubus whose favors men would literally die – or kill for, even if she did nibble on his soul from time to time. It was a lot for a man whose highest ambition had been to become a tenured Professor.

But while Solomon struggled to come to terms with his new responsibilities, Life Enders has a problem they need his help with. A Shooter they think is possessed, but possessed by what?

With Addy gone, forces from his past are moving in the shadows, and as a Sin-Eater for more than half a millennium, Addy cast a long shadow indeed.

In process…


For those of you looking forward to a return to the Benthi Federation, I’ve been working steadily on the outline for Warbirds.

Far from a local skirmish, the Benthi not-so-civil war threatens to destabilize an entire sector. On the Benth Orbital Ring, those still loyal to the Federation fight to survive against the oppression of the Pembrooke corporation and Consortium security forces. Meanwhile, the Federation Council considers if it’s better to attempt to re-take the station, or destroy it before the Consortium crushes what remains of the Federation with sheer economic might. Either choice could kill millions of former Federation citizens on the ring, and if the ring should fall, possibly millions more in the undersea cities on Benth itself.

In the Vothan system, the Xoth’tar are gathering to honor the new Sho’kahr, and the Futaba Council faces the choice of joining the Federation or returning to their previous isolation. Rath Peterson and the crew of the Merry Dreamer struggle with the consequences of Rath’s new position, torn between the need to stay and protect the Votha or return to Halo to help their friends. Even with Interdictor to anchor the system’s defense, once the Xoth’tar leave, the Votha will need ships of their own, and even if they had them to give, the Federation is stretched to the breaking point.

At Split-Rock, Raptor Benedo hopes to rebuild the Raptor command while the Votha learn a new game. A game called War.

Other work…

I have one other short (horror) story in process, and I’m still planning on having the next Tolliver Case Files story out this year.

A call for help

There have been a couple of changes on Amazon lately, and both can really help not just me – but any Author whose work you enjoy. The first is I can see how many followers I have on the Zon – If you have an Amazon account (I know you do) please check my Author page here:

Look to the upper left next to my picture and click the +FOLLOW button. This really helps by letting Amazon know I have an audience, and it also helps me to get information about new releases to you!

The second is on the subject of Reviews. Amazon has recently cross-platformed reviews with Goodreads, so your reviews reach a wider audience than ever before. Text reviews are the BEST! Something as simple as “Great Read” or “Enjoyed it!” Helps me find new readers. If you aren’t the texty type – a quick click on those stars at the end of your read makes my day, and it lets potential readers know the juice is worth the squeeze. For an Author, like coffee, reviews are the stuff of life. The more you have of either, the easier it is to sit down and write that next story.

That’s the news for now – Thank you, and as always,

Keep Reading!

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January 2023: My 2022 in writing – and Happy New Year!

2022 has been a challenging year on the writing front. My production was less than I wanted due to a number of things. A demanding day job and scheduling conflicts top the list along with the seemingly endless list of things that a writer needs to do – that isn’t writing. A good deal of what was published in 2022 was written in 2021, and the single release short stories were all part of anthologies where the rights reverted.

When I started writing in 2020, I had a narrow concept of what a writer did – specifically, write stories, but the reality is that every writer who intends to make a living outside of the traditional publishing path has a lot to do, and a lot to learn, because unless you are blessed with an independent income – you are going to be doing it yourself. In addition to outlines and story structure, plots and sub-plots, genre pacing, there are the demands that every small business faces. Tools and software, advertising images and copy, artwork and book covers, networking, marketing, social media and the time management that keeps all of those things from overshadowing the first, if not the only goal.
Telling a good story.

A good portion of the end of my year has been focused on setting up these necessary business tasks in a way that makes them sustainable – I’ll come back to this later.



The Executioners – with Jason Cordova, published April 26. This project started as a concept of Jason’s that I was invited to work on and It’s one of my favorite projects to date. Depending on schedules there’s definitely more for the future!


You Pay: We Slay – January 25. Among the Embers, April 12. WE DARE – Wanted, Dead or Alive – May 3. The Valkyries Initiative – September 13.
All of these universes were fantastic opportunities that I’m hoping to do more in – Notably Hit World / Valkyries already has a novel in development for 2023.

Short Stories

GUMBO, February 4. Hollow Threats, October 21. Whatever Happened to Charlie Biggs, November 23.

2023 – On Deck

On the writing board:

Edits, rewrites and revisions for SOUL MATE – A novel in the Hit World/Valkyries universe.

Short stories in the 4HU, the second Irving Tolliver case file, and a Horror anthology submission. There’s also a novella planned as an expansion of some previous work that will be announced in the down the road.

The main work of 2023 will be a return to the Benthi Federation for books 2 and 3 in the Salvage Title universe that started with A Nest of Stars.
The working titles are WARBIRDS and BIRDS of a FEATHER.

Lastly – I may have a release for Ravenswept Chronicles, but I’m still undecided on what form that might take. I recently expanded one of the initial stories and will be looking at how those changes work downstream.

Around all that I’m developing my own Military Sci-Fi universe concept – I’m still in the very early stages of planning – more information to be announced later. If all goes well this will probably have a release date in 2024.

The Business Side

Back to all those bits and pieces I’m trying to learn how to juggle. The first is that I now have an official website – – which of course, you know, since you are already here. I will be transitioning the point-of-origin for my blog from Goodreads to my website. I do plan on streaming to my Goodreads Author blog. I was going to stream to Amazon as well, but Amazon has changed its author pages in the U.S. and blog posts are no longer available there. This post will be the first test – stay tuned, shenanigans may ensue.

I ALSO have an updates and Blog sign-up on the main page. In the future I plan on adding exclusive content and giveaways that will only be available here.

I’d like to invite you to do some exploring on my website. In addition to slinging books I have links to a bunch of the Filk I’ve written, a link to the Hope Station T-Shirt shop for Executioners and Prodigal Son swag, and have plans for a gallery to showcase some of the settings and characters.- Find it all, along with pithy commentary here:

Social media

There are a few other places social media wise where you can find me. I’m also working to make sure they are all available through the website:




That’s all for now. Thanks to everyone for being a part of my Author journey!

As always, Keep Reading!


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December 2022 – A Charlie Biggs Christmas

Okay – not JUST Christmas – it’s a Charlie Biggs Holiday Special – The release was November 23rd. Charlie doesn’t mind. He’s a celebrate them all kind of guy.

This time of year is busy for everyone, so I’ll keep it short. The first bit of news it the stand-alone release of “Whatever Happened to Charlie Biggs?” and is a return to the Salvage Title Universe and the Benthi Federation.

Whatever Happened to Charlie Biggs?

Charlie” is a tie-in story to “A Nest of Stars” and – as a teaser – sets up a lot of future events on the Benth orbital ring. Those things that don’t seem important? Well, wait and see!

When the alarms sound on one of the largest structures in space, it gets your attention.

They say adventure is months of boredom punctuated by hours of sheer terror. It’s a saying Charlie Biggs – a career Officer on the Benthi Federation’s orbital ring security force – can absolutely tell you is true.

When a routine check into some noisy alien visitors coincides with an attack on the station, It’s up to Charlie to sort things out – even when the authorities on the station seem to want them dead.

Whatever Happened to Charlie Biggs? Is a short story of 10200 words in the Salvage Title Universe.

The beginning of December I rewrote an introductory story for the Ravenswept Chronicles Universe. The jury is out on if that will appear in a future anthology or will become part of a novel, but after doubling the original word count I’m happy with where it ends – and how it begins the next part of the story.

There has been a delay in the production of SOUL MATE – that’s actually good news as it led to some additional opportunities that I’m looking forward to telling you about when things solidify – expect an announcement sometime in Q1, 2023.

I plan on finishing up 2022 with A new short story for the 4HU, outlining a Horror story for later in the year, and I may tinker some with Shoggoth on the Run – the next story in the Irving Tolliver Case Files.

2023 starts with with a deep dive into my next novel in the Salvage title universe with the working title: WARBIRDS.

I wish you all an amazing Holiday season, with Health, Wealth, and Happiness for all the new year!

As always, KEEP READING!


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October 2022 – A Plethora of releases.

Catching up. Again.

How is it the end of October already? I’ve just returned from FactoryCon – the annual conference held by Chris Kennedy Publishing in Coinjock, NC. It’s a place to relax, connect with other Authors and talk shop, plan, plot and scheme for the year ahead. It’s also one of the places where we talk with readers – the hardy souls who venture out to connect with folks that (we hope) are the best kind of crazy.

I have a bunch of catching up to do, so I’ll start with what’s happening now and work backwards.

And Then It Got Weird

First up is the short story release of Hollow Threats, The first story in the Irving Tolliver Case Files. Hollow Threats originally appeared in And Then It Got Weird, edited by Jamie Ibson. Its a Genre-smashing future noir detective story set against a mythos background. Cosmic horror? Not so much, but by the time you make it through all the twists and turns – I hope you have as much fun reading this story as I did writing it.Seven hundred years in the future – the stars are right. Followers of Cthulhu are calling out to the Great Old One, and it’s up to Private Detective Irving Tolliver to stop them.The next Tolliver Case Files story – Shoggoth on the Run – is in progress!

The Valkyries Inititive

September saw the release of The Valkyries Initiative edited by Marisa Wolf! In my story Glass Houses I had a fantastic time exploring the relationship between Mila and Ivanova. This one was all about the ladies.

In Hit World, everything is legal—if you pay the right amount to the right person with the right paperwork.

LifeEnders, Inc. has made a lot of money taking all kinds of targets off the board—everything from an annoying boss to a rampaging monster from another dimension.

But there are some things no contract can cover. When a rival organization threatens to eat LEI from the inside out, they’ll need something beyond their licensed Shooters to counter their new enemy.

They’ll need Valkyries.

In September I also completed Soul Mate – a novel in William Alan Webb‘s Hit World Universe. Soul Mate is the continuing story of Solomon Thorpe, AKA The Sin Eater, and stars characters from Cast the First Stone and Glass Houses which appeared in: You Pay; We Slay and The Valkyries Initiative respectively. Now that the manuscript is turned in, once approved I can begin the editing process. More info on this later.

In May I was part of: Wanted, Dead or Alive, edited by Jamie Ibson, and wrote what I hope will be the first of many tales in his Contractor Wars Universe. In ContAInment Reynard Dupree gives you a new way to look at Bounties and Bounty Hunters.

We Dare 4: Wanted: Dead or Alive

There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.
– Hemingway.

Bounty hunting is one of those morally gray areas that exist at the periphery of civil society. Few people know anyone whose job it is to find and retrieve fugitives, and bring them before the courts. In the future, however, one can envision any number of ways of how bounty hunting can be used (or abused) for any number of problems. Alien monsters haunting your space station? Bring in a team of hunters, and watch the double-crosses fly. Indentured workers flee ‘the system’ for the safety and anonymity of the Underhive? Facial recognition and some DNA sampling might help you find them. On the flip side of the coin, what if you were born wanted, and have been on the run your whole life?

From there we go alllllll the way back to the end of April for the release of The Executioners! The Executioners was a kick-ass ride written with my friend Jason Córdova which has already passed 200 ratings on amazon – A first for a project I’ve been a part of. There’s more to come in this segment of the 4HU!

The Executioners

Death comes for us all. Enforcers simply expedite the process.

The Alpha Contracts was the turning point in modern Human history. Of the one hundred companies who accepted the first mercenary contracts, only four returned. These four—collectively known as the Four Horsemen—would go on to become the largest and most successful Human mercenary companies in existence.

But what happened to the people who survived the Alpha Contracts when the rest of their friends and their companies died? Some were subsequently killed by merciless aliens, while others were enslaved. Still more tried to find their way through an unforgiving universe, eking out a living with the hope of one day returning home. Some became legends, while others faded into obscurity.

Juwan Washington, on the other hand, was recruited into something bigger—and more important—than anything he could have dreamed of. Thrust into a clandestine operation to discover the truth about a Peacemaker Candidate’s long-forgotten murder, Juwan and his newfound allies will have their revolve tested in ways unimaginable.

The only question is, can any of them survive it?

Whew! That’s a lot of stuff – there’s more in progress, but I’m going to save that for the next installment.

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April 2022 – What Goes Around

Tokyo Drift meets Death Race, by way of Thunderdome!

Tomorrow is launch day for Among the Embers – A new anthology in Christopher Woods Fallen World Universe.

This is a new universe for me and one I’m really excited to be a part of. I was also excited to bring a version of one of my favorite places into the Fallen World – The Devil’s Head Lookout tower. It’s a place I’ve been many times over the years, with a great hike, and at the end a spectacular view, and all accompanied by the the real life wisdom and stories of Billy Ellis, who retired recently as the lookout after 35 years at the age of 87.

My version of Devil’s Head is bigger, with a tight knit community and more than a few surprises, but if you’re ever in Colorado, it’s a place worth visiting, with a view that you will not believe until you experience it. I tried to give my characters the same love of the place and of the view that Billy described to to me. That’s home.

Once you’re out in the Fallen World though – that’s a dangerous place, and in What Goes Around – you’ll see how far that can go when the stakes are high. Join me for a few turns of Tokyo Drift meets Death Race – By way of Thunderdome.

I’ll see you there.

As always,

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March 2022 – Antici-pation – and new releases

The ides of March. Well, okay, technically post ides – but you get the idea.

First is a toe-dip into the world of non-fiction with Brief Lessons in Writing, a book of essays from/for new writers. I was fortunate to be asked to contribute. I’m rationing these stories, but only because I don’t want them to end.

Second is the solo release of my first professionally released short story. GUMBO: A Rise of the Peacemakers Story which originally appeared in Set the Terms. Available NOW on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited.

Peacemaker Candidate Jackson Rains has a problem on the agro world of Avbo, and it has entirely too many legs.

Tensions between the Flatar-Tortantula garrison and the Xiq’tal mercenaries that use Avbo as a liberty world have escalated from a minor conflict to an all-out war. While both sides are having a wonderful time killing one another, not even the Mercenary Guild is talking about why…

Coming Soon!

THE EXECUTIONERS – Releasing on April 29th by myself and Jason Córdova.

This one is a high body-count ride from the first days of Humanity’s entry into the Galactic Union – Set in the Four Horsemen Universe! Like most Four Horsemen novels, if you look carefully you’ll find a few Easter eggs that will make you look at happenings in the other books in a whole new way.

And just on the horizon – Check out my story WHAT GOES AROUND in “Among the Embers,” a new Fallen World anthology by Chris Kennedy and Chris Woods on May 6

That’s all for now, and as always,

Keep Reading!

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February 2022 – Projects, projects everywhere!

It’s February, and I’ve just returned from Superstars Writing Seminar in Colorado Springs, CO – an annual event that teaches the business of writing as well as having a day spent on honing craft skills. This was my fifth year with the conference where I usually help with the registration desk in addition to going as an attendee. This year had a ton of great information.

On the writing front – “The Executioners” with Jason Córdova was completed and turned into the publisher on February 10th. “Cast the First Stone” has been released in William Alan Webb’s Hit World series in You Pay; We Slay. I’ve also completed “Glass Houses” – My second short in the same series.

Last but not least – my short story Gumbo: A Rise of the Peacemakers Story that originally appeared in “Set the Terms” has now been released as a stand alone story through Amazon.

My next project will be another short in the Four Horsemen Universe before settling down to work on the first of two novels. One in the Hit World Universe, and the second will return to the Salvage Title Universe and the Benthi Federation.

That’s all for now.

As Always, Keep reading!


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A Nest of Stars

November 2021 – A Nest of Stars book release!

Plus work in progress, and a look ahead.

A Nest of Stars

A Nest of Stars released on November 5th and the last ten days have been a whirlwind!

Book 12 in the Coalition series, A Nest of Stars begins a new story arc in the Salvage Title Universe planned for a three book series.

I’m amazed at the amount of support the release has had. To anyone who has bought, read or shared the word – Thank you!

Upcoming stories – I have two short stories in the pipeline. The first is “Cast the First Stone” that will appear in “You Pay, We Slay.” an anthology in William Alan Webb‘s Hit World series.

You Pay, We Slay

When one of the highest scoring snipers in history is called up to settle an old score, Life Enders takes exception to the hit, especially since the target has a very particular set of skills.

The second is “What Goes Around” appearing in Christopher Woods‘ This Fallen World series.

Among the Embers

The good people of Devil’s Head Arcology just want to live their lives in peace, but trouble is here, and the only way to deal with it is to enter a race in Denver’s undertown where the rules change with every lap and no one is guaranteed to survive.

Work in Progress:
Big news in the Four Housemen Universe (4HU)
For the last six weeks I’ve been working with Jason Córdova on “The Executioners.” All I can tell you at this time is this book is going to check all the boxes you expect from a 4HU novel, and of course is going to give you a whole new set of questions. Stay tuned on this one!

Future work:
2022 is on deck with four short stories and two books currently on the schedule – more about that later, but by release day you can be sure you’ll be meeting new friends as well as visiting with old ones!

That’s all for now. As Always, Keep Reading!


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