If you are looking for a few .99c titles to fill your e-readers, look no further! Through the 27th Vatican Knights (political/action/adventure/military) by Rick Jones has been discounted two dollars. Also equally discounted, The Pharos Objective (supernatural/archaeology/action/adventure) by David Sakmyster through August 13th.
OH, and don’t forget Frozen by Rachelle Bronson! A 10k word short story that may make you second guess going to bed tonight.
We will be soon unleashing a new website! Keep your eyes peeled. It looks very sharp and we cannot wait to unveil it.
In other news, Rachelle Bronson’s (of The Novel Blog) short story, FROZEN is soon to be available to the world. Hop on the band wagon tomorrow and get’cha some for only .99c. Available in Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and at Smashwords for all e-readers.
“With FROZEN Rachelle Gagne brings 21st century storytelling mojo to a classic-style weird science tale of horror and adventure. Delicious!”
– Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of EXTINCTION MACHINE and V-WARS.
“FROZEN is a chilling story of harrowing suspense and twisting surprises. Bronson is an author to keep an eye on.”
– Kane Gilmour, Bestselling Author of RAGNAROK and THE CRYPT OF DRACULA
Here we go, folks, the beginning stages are in motion! We are currently accepting auditions at ACX for two Rick Jones thrillers: The Vatican Knights and The Crypts of Eden. Beyond that, we are in process of gaining the rights of the already produced title The Pharos Objective by David Sakmyster. Keep your eyes open for these gems, as well as many more to come.
If you could listen to any one book from the HIVE on audio, what would it be? Let us know what you would like to see produced next.
For those of you who have been keeping watch of Rick Jones and his releases, if you haven’t taken the dive yet into his novels give a listen to his most recent podcast with David Wood on ThrillerCast. He talks about all of his novels out, the works to come, and his most recent release, The Menagerie, book two of the Eden Saga.
When you finish listening, please come back and let us know what you thought. Did you like what you heard? Did it turn you onto trying out one of his books? If so, which one?