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More universes than you can poke a story at.


The Age of Heroes has become The Last Great Hero and is now available from Amazon and Smashwords. You can read an excerpt at either site. If you buy the books (thanks) it would be great if you could leave a review. Honest reviews help indie writers immensely (even if it is only because good reveiws make us feel good and bad reviews help us improve our writing).

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The Last Great Hero is a coming of age story, though in this case the 'boy' happens to be 55 years old. Rawk has lived his whole life seeing the world the way he wants it to be and it isn't until the 'good old days' come back that he realises that not even the greatest of Heroes can bend the world to his liking. Go on, have a look. It's a fun, light read.

If you don't feel up to paying, The Space Between is still free. You can get it here for Kindle, epub or
PDF. There are still no catches. You don't need to donate (though you can if you want, obviously-- email me for details) you don't have to do anything at all. But, it would be nice if you signed up for my newsletter, up there on the right. You'll get updates of new books and subscriber only content. I won't be spamming you every week, I promise. And it would also be wonderful if you considered doing a review. You can go to Amazon or Goodreads to do it. Or you can mention it on your blog. Or twitter. Or at your local book club, if you want. I don't care. I won't complain. And you can also go to Amazon and buy the sequels, which would be great too. If you don't have a Kindle, the books will hopefully be available on Smashwords soon or you can email me to organise something else.

After a decade exiled to a small piece of farmland that flies the quietest windlanes, Kade is thrust back into a criminal underworld of death, corruption, shady deals and dirty deeds.

Before he knows it, he's in over his head, chasing a piece of crystal technology the likes of which the world has never seen. A piece of technology that could change everything. And all he has to keep him alive are his pistols and his wits, neither of which have been used in a long time.

But it's just like old times. He doesn't know who to trust. He doesn't know who's on which side. He doesn't even know which side he's on any more.

All Kade knows for sure is that murder and mayhem aren't what they used to be.

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