Book promo…

First up is Wayne Whisnand with his first actual paperback! To Kill a War Leader 

As always, click the cover for the Amazon link!

The blurb-

Life in The Bar at the End of Everything is never dull, but when Tole comes face-to-face with a creature he’d only known of in fantasy books and role-playing games, his life as an interdimensional killer for hire will never be quite the same. He will find that he is willing to bend his hard and fast rule about not taking up a cause as far as it can be bent without breaking when he finds kindred spirits with the Deep Valley tribe of Orta’ahn, a lethal world where it will take all of Tole’s skill and wits to finish his mission and stay alive.

It’s a long novella/short novel, and a continuation of his Life in The Bar series.

Next is Pam Uphoff with the fifth novel in her Fall of the Alliance series- Bad Tölz

The blurb-

Bad Tölz. A World named for a city on the Home World . . . Barely controlled by the “True Men” Mentalists of the Drei Mächte Bündnis. An unstable alliance of aggressive Worlds . . . on the brink of civil war.

Fynn, a bastard half-breed adopted by a friend of his dead father, was, despite his irregular antecedents, an ordinary college student. Then the increasing problems in in the Alliance led his new father to pull him into a secret society sworn to protect an Alliance that is crumbling.

When Bad Tölz is invaded, Fynn is all that stands between his World and brutal subjugation.

Last but certainly not least, John Ringo and Lydia Sherrer with Into the Real

The blurb-


Lynn Raven may be the boss master of WarMonger 2050 with her online persona of “Larry the Snake,” but when the CEO of Tsunami Entertainment personally asks her, as a favor, to beta test a new augmented reality game, she has to face her greatest fear: Going outside and dealing with, ugh, people.

As she becomes more immersed in the game, the stakes rise and so do the obstacles. Strife between teammates, a ruthless rival team, and these strange glitches that make it seem like the game algorithm (or maybe “game AI”?) has it in for her. Now she has to face a new fear: is she willing to step into the real to win the future she’s always wanted?

What do you do when a game and real life merge?

At the publisher’s request, this title is sold without DRM (Digital Rights Management).

The twists and turns in this novel will keep you reading to the end! And wanting more!


Book promo… — 5 Comments

  1. It’s interesting that they are finally going into LITPRG

  2. I love scifi and should probably write some. Perhaps about this dystopia where everyone’s forced to get experimental gene serum and biology’s a Cartesian affair of the mind. Let’s go further into our fictional realm.

    In this utopia, a fabulously wealthy coastal gerontocracy rules over vast swaths of “dirt people,” all in the name of democracy.The dirt people? They live in decaying shacks in the hollowed out ruins of what were once cities. The gerontocracy enjoy beautiful walled mansions overlooking oceans. Yes, they are defenders of freedom and entitled to their privilege.

    Dammit, can’t write that. Already here.

  3. I liked Wayne’s story in Tales Around the Supper Table vol. 1, so I’m excited about the book!