Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Kindle Daily Deal - Dead Man's Deal

I am hard at work putting the finishing touches on Gage's final book within the Asylum Tales series and it's been a difficult book to write.  I've been building toward some ugly choices for the poor man and he's got a tough fight ahead of him.

As I finish the book, it's interesting to see that the second book in the series is a Kindle Daily Deal today.  Yep, you can pick up DEAD MAN'S DEAL on Kindle today for only $0.99.  If you picked up ANGEL'S INK while it was on sale, this is a great chance to grab the second book at a low price.

In fact, I've written quite a bit in the Asylum Tales world that you can read for cheap or free.  Let's see what I've got:

Character Interviews & stories:

School Days -- A short story told by Gage of a childhood memory of going to grade school in the Asylum Tales world

Character Confession -- where Gage and I have a public argument about what it's like working with me.

Seeking Asylum -- Short interview/short story told by me on a visit to Low Town.

Talk with Trixie -- Interview with Trixie about living in Low Town and dating Gage.

Information about Low Town -- the setting for the Asylum Tales

Low Town Tour Guide -- Would you like to know more about Low Town? Gage takes you on a tour.

The Stories of the Asylum Tales (in reading order)

The Asylum Interviews: Bronx -- learn the story of how Gage met and came to hire Bronx while they tried to help save Parker's relationship with a tattoo.  On sale for only $1.99 on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iBookstore

The Asylum Interviews: Trixie -- learn the story of how Gage met and came to hire Trixie while they tried to help Gage's ex-girlfriend fight back against an abusive Vampire Master. On sale for only $1.99 on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iBookstore

Angel's Ink -- the first full-length novel:

Buyer beware . . .
Looking for a tattoo—and maybe a little something extra: a burst of good luck, a dollop of true love, or even a hex on an ex? Head to the quiet and mysterious Gage, the best skin artist in town. Using unique potions—a blend of extraordinary ingredients and special inks—to etch the right symbol, he can fulfill any heart's desire. But in a place like Low Town, where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves, and vampires happily walk among humanity, everything has its price.

No one knows that better than Gage. Turning his back on his own kind, he left the magical Ivory Tower where cruel witches and warlocks rule, a decision that cost him the right to practice magic. And if he disobeys, his punishment—execution—will be swift.

On sale in paperback and on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBookstore

Dead Man's Deal -- the second full-length novel:

In a gritty urban fantasy world where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves, and vampires swim free in a sea of humanity, sometimes you need an edge. Looking for a little love? Need some luck? Desperate for revenge? Gage can give you what you need. The most talented tattoo artist in town, he knows the right symbol and the right mix of ingredients and ink to achieve your heart's desire. One tattoo is all it takes. But remember, everything has its price.

The wizards know Gage is using forbidden magic, and they intend to punish him for his  transgressions. Too bad if innocent humans and monsters—entire cities—get in the way. They will quell a nascent magical uprising and Gage will be the sacrifice they need. First, though, they have to find him.

On sale in paperback and on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and iBookstore. And today only, it's a Kindle Daily Deal for only $1.99.

I actually have two Halloween short stories for Gage.

Halloween Party in Low Town -- Gage tells a short short story of costume shopping with Gage in Low Town

Of Monster and Men -- appears in the Blood by Moonlight anthology and tells of how Gage and Trixie helped the Low Tower shifter fight the Wild Hunt on All Hallows Eve.  The anthology is available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iBookstore, and in paperback.

As I finish up the last of the edits for Gage's book, I think I'll try to give you a sneak peek of what's still to come for Gage, Trixie, and Bronx.

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