Thursday, May 26, 2011
Just a reminder. My novel Vulture Gold is available at SmashWords for just $2.99, and I guarantee that it's a good read. We are so lucky to live in an era when so much good reading is available for so little money. It almost feels like dime novels are back. Here's the blurb for Vulture Gold. The novel is also available at CreateSpace in trade paperback for $8.95.
Garet Havelock, Vulture City‘s marshal, attempts to stop the theft of $100,000 in bullion from the Vulture Mine headquarters.
An old nemesis, Barnabas Donovan, is responsible and leaves a trail of dead behind him. A kidnapping, gunfights with Indians, and chasing the gold bring the marshal to meet the one woman he can‘t forget and forces choices on him no man should have to make.
Now, Havelock must survive the Apache ―run of death,― and face Donovan‘s gunslingers to get back the gold.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
This photo, taken by Tim Newfields, shows me reading my story Floating World, from the collection entitled A Matter of Tea. The event was Shakin' It Back, music and literature, held at What the Dickens in Ebisu, Tokyo. Nearly 100 people paid ¥2000 each to benefit the 3/11 quake victims, and all had a great time.
A Matter of Tea is available in eBook form or in printed form.