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Time for another bestseller post

Countdown to Death, first in my pulp-inspired Silencer series, has hit the category bestseller list for historical thrillers at Amazon UK. Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,737 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store) #80 in Kindle Store > … Continue reading

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Three Pulpy Bestsellers

Three of the Silencer adventures, Countdown to Death, The Spiked Death and Elevator of Doom, have both hit the pulp thriller subcategory bestseller list at Amazon.com at the same time and are sitting right next to each other, too: Amazon … Continue reading

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Silencer series reading order

People occasionally wonder about the reading order of the Silencer series. Now the stories are numbered as follows at every store that allows you to number series (not all of them do): Countdown to Death Flying Bombs The Spiked Death … Continue reading

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New Silencer story available: Elevator of Doom

Yes, it’s another new release announcement, but I promise that this is the last one for 2013. Besides, this announcement marks the return of the Silencer, my 1930s style masked pulp avenger. After narrowly escaping the electric chair in Countdown … Continue reading

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Bundle up with Speculative Fiction Bundles at DriveThruFiction

One thing I like about DriveThruFiction, a small speculative fiction and RPG focussed e-book retailer, is the ability to create bundles of several e-books at a reduced price. I currently have two bundles available at DriveThruFiction, the Arr, Matey! Pirate … Continue reading

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Pegasus Pulp e-books now available DriveThruFiction

Nope, I’m not going to get into the whole indie versus traditional publishing debate going on right now, complete with namecalling on both sides. It’s an ugly discussion and utterly unnecessary, because no one ever said that it had to … Continue reading

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