Tuesday, 26 January 2016

FREE Fiction For February

Two great stories. One unbeatable price!

Jodie's Machine (scifi/romance)
Jodie Halford's invention, a device that opens a window into alternate realities, awakens her and her childhood friend to the possibility that they were destined to be together. However, the many parallel lives that Jodie's machine shows aren't always pleasant, and the cost of peeking into the secrets of the universe may come at a steep price.

Hole (scifi/horror)
Since their mysterious disappearance, physicist and TV ghost hunter Ellen Price Marley has been hunting for evidence that a dimensional rift swallowed up her family. In a haunted mansion deep in the Canadian wilderness, she may have finally found her proof. Her scientific mission turns into a battle for survival as the rift to a dark dimension inhabited by lost souls threatens to also become her prison.

Saturday, 23 January 2016

Jodie's Machine (J.B. Cameron short story collection)

Brian Davinport always knew his childhood friend, Jodie Halford possessed a spark of brilliance within her, but he never imagined that she could invent a device that would allow them a glimpse into parallel worlds. When her invention shows the couple deeply in love in alternate realities, it seems that the universe's plan for them is clear. However, Jodie's machine also shows other things; lives twisted and ruined by a simple variation of fate. Such visions aren't easily dismissed, and such knowledge can often lead to disastrous consequences.

A tragic romance tale for lovers in every dimension.

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Thursday, 21 January 2016

Street Savior Update

Thanks to the Christmas holidays, I managed to pull off a fair bit of writing to push the latest book along to its conclusion. More importantly, I found the time to rethink my original ending, coming up with a much more satisfying and well-rounded one that I think readers will enjoy.

I've almost wrapped up all the action in the climactic gang fight at the end of Reading The Dead: Street Savior. Up next... things go from bad to worse as the paranormal elements in the series unleash fury upon Sarah Milton and her friends. I've set myself a writing deadline of the end of February to finish off my draft. I still have nine major scenes to write, plus the denouement that will cap the story with a surprise visitor to town, setting the stage for book four. Then edits, edits, edits!

It's a good thing I love writing this story so much. Otherwise, I'd be worried that I'm turning into a complete masochist.