DIVINITIES, ENTANGLED — SALE EXTENDED!

Divinities, Entangled (Eve of Light, Book II) will remain on sale for $2.99 only through the end of the week and only on Amazon.  Yes, it is the second book in a series, but new readers can comfortably start here. God is near death. The dimensions of Reality are collapsing. And The Infinite Definite, an amorphous gang of magick-wielding terrorists, has become even more powerful and effective in its mission of unleashing universal chaos. In the middle of it all are disgraced Watcher agent Robert Goldner, his mentally unstable new partner, Arkangel Ava Darden, and Cyrus Shahrooz, a rogue Heartland…

ON SALE: DIVINITIES, ENTANGLED (6/29 – 7/4)

Mark your calendar…From June 29 through July 4, Divinities, Entangled (Eve of Light, Book II) will be on sale for $2.99 at Kobo, Amazon, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble. God is near death. The dimensions of Reality are collapsing. And The Infinite Definite, an amorphous gang of magick-wielding terrorists, has become even more powerful and effective in its mission of unleashing universal chaos. In the middle of it all are disgraced Watcher agent Robert Goldner, his mentally unstable new partner, Arkangel Ava Darden, and Cyrus Shahrooz, a rogue Heartland Security agent willing to do anything to establish his version of…

This Weekend Only: Broken Angels for $2.99

This weekend only: Broken Angels has been reduced from $5.99 to $2.99.  Purchase at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Kobo. The White Fire Virus kills most of its victims, overwhelming their bodies with an onslaught of parasites. Yet, those able to survive find themselves endowed with the supernatural ability to manipulate the basic particles of light. Most of these survivors call themselves “angels,” and many on Earth believe them. As society falls to pieces, an elite group of Virus-carriers known as the Watchers is tasked with recovering a growing number of missing children in the Washington, DC area. When Watcher…

Attention Blog Followers!

First of all, THANK YOU to everyone who has elected to follow this blog.  Longtime followers will know that I used to post a new poem every Monday–so, at one time, this blog was really worth following (for poetry fans, at least).  Now the blog is primarily used to post announcements of new books, new covers, etc.  One day in the near future, I will get back to posting new poems and maybe even short stories.  In the meantime, I implore those of you who are following this blog to sign up for the HyperVerse Books Newsletter. Yes, my publisher’s website…