The time is this week! Oct 3rd-9th, you can get The Widow Brigade through Kindle for a discount. This applies to both US and UK Amazon.
This is your chance to get the book my wife says will make me famous! It already debuted with 9 straight 5-star reviews! Don’t be the one who misses out on this story.
As always, if you do buy a paperback version you get a Kindle version for free. Just another way I show my appreciation to my fans! If you like the book, you can return that appreciation in the form of a good review on either Goodreads or Amazon. That is food for a young author!
“I am a pretty picky reader, although a very avid one. Often i read a book and something feels stretched, or out of place, or out of character, but i found none of that here. This was the first of the books i have read from this author, and as i often do upon finding an author’s style i thoroughly enjoy, i intend to pick up and read all the rest. I felt the plot was well developed, well paced, and the motivations of the characters really drew me in, caring about what happened as the plot progressed. I felt the main character was not your typical shiny hero, or dastardly anti-hero. She just felt real. I highly recommend this book, if you enjoy the likes of Lord of the Rings, or World of Warcraft, but are looking for something that is not trying to copy or be a retread of that type of world. This author is one to watch.” -Tom H
“I’ve read several of this author’s previous works, and enjoyed them immensely. This book is very well written and as always with his stories, the battle scenes are intense, with details that pull you in and fully immerse yourself in the story. The characters are well developed and allow you to enjoy loving and hating them. For me, there are only a few books that I find hard to put down. This is one of them.” -Lockhart
“I really enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down. The characters are well written and believable. Reading of the author’s earlier books set in the realm of Dhea Loral would give back story for this book but Duli’s story stands just fine on it own.” -David D