Starting on tuesday the 21st and concluding on 2/22, the following day, an ebook copy of my novel The Last Flight of the Argus will be available for free via Amazon.com. (Note: I mistakenly posted this offer would begin today, Feb 20. My apologies for any confusion caused by this error)
The Last Flight of the Argus represents the second part of the Corrosive Knights series, which also includes Mechanic and Chameleon. The novel is a space opera that explores the many mysteries behind the abrupt end of a potentially devastating intergalactic war.
To me, the most interesting part of the Corrosive Knights series is that these three initial books can be read in any order. The stories in the books are self-contained and feature unique individuals, situations, and eras (Chameleon is set mostly in the present, Mechanic is set 250 or so years into the future, and The Last Flight of the Argus is set some 3000 years into the future). Currently, I’m very hard at work on the next book in the series. I’m hoping to have it done in the next couple of months. That book, I promise, will start to tie the loose plot threads within the first three books together.
Upon reading The Last Flight of the Argus, good friend and professional artist Steve Scott said it was his favorite work of fiction, behind only the Sherlock Holmes stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Considering my own love of the works of Mr. Doyle (something Mr. Scott didn’t know at the time!), his praise was truly an honor.
I hope everyone out there takes advantage of the free ebook offer. And those that do, I hope you enjoy reading the book as much as I did writing it.