To celebrate being chosen as the RRBC Spotlight Author this month, which thrills me no end, all books in the Star Trails Tetralogy are on sale throughout October for only 99c, including those that are usually free. (Hahaha, just kidding! They’re still free.) This deal includes “The Terra Debacle: Prisoners at Area 51”. If you’re unfamiliar with my series, you can find out more about each story on its website, StarTrailsSaga.com.
Yeah, yeah, I know a “tetralogy” by definition is four books and it’s currently seven. That’s what happens when your characters take over and keep making demands. There’s at least one more coming, but I’m taking a bit of a break and writing a contemporary murder mystery that will (probably) come out first.
And speaking of RRBC (Rave Reviews Book Club), if you’re an author looking to network with other authors and get some of the best support you’ve ever imagined, be sure to check it out here.
Beyond the Hidden Sky
FREE on most sales channels (Except Amazon where it’s 99c)
(This story is currently in production as an audio book! Look for it sometime around the first of next year.)
A Dark of Endless Days
A Psilent Place Below
Refractions of Frozen Time
The Terra Debacle: Prisoners at Area 51
Also available as an Audio book narrated by T. W. Ashworth! Try Audible and get two books free!
Star Trails Tetralogy eBook Box Set
Get Volumes 1- 4 in one convenient file for only $2.99!
The Sapphiran Agenda
This is a short backstory to how Thyron joined the Star Trails gang in Beyond the Hidden Sky. FREE on most sales channels!
Also available as an Audio Book narrated by T. W. Ashworth! Join Audible and get two books free! If you’d like a special code to get this one free, email me at email@example.com. Reviews are always appreciated.
The Star Trails Compendium
FREE! This is the Star Trails Tetralogy companion volume. It includes a glossary of terms, background information on Cyraria, and a special section for parents and educators who want to make use of the series’ science content as a teaching tool. If you’re a science teacher in the USA and interested in using the series in this manner, feel free to contact me for a free print copy! The Compendium is also available online at the series website.