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Black Flagged Redux

11 May

Does the name Steven Konkoly ring a bell with you? Sound kind of familiar maybe? If you’ve read Extinction Point you may remember Emily’s editor was named Sven Konkoly, a nod to my friend and fellow author Steve. He’s just released his third book, Black Flagged Redux, a follow up to his hit thriller Black Flagged. This weekend he’s matching every sale with a $2 donation of his own. Proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. So, if you’re looking for a good thriller and you’d like to help out our nation’s veterans why not pick up a copy.

Black Flagged Redux

Extinction Point makes it to #1 in UK

26 Apr

As of 6:00 PM on Thursday April 26th, Extinction Point is now holding the #1 spot in the Amazon UK Sci-Fi Adventure Top 100 AND is # 6 in the UK Sci-Fi Top 100.


That’s a neat little milestone :) Thank you UK.

Voyage of the Dead by David Forsyth free today and Thursday (4/26)

25 Apr

David’s zombie thriller Voyage of the Dead  is free at Amazon Wednesday (4/25) through Thursday (4/26). It’s the first in a series and he just released the sequel. Grab yourself a free copy while you can.

Here’s the link.

Sign up to be notified of Extinction Point’s release

06 Feb

I’m extremely proud to announce  the release of my next novel, Extinction Point, is just a few weeks away. If you’d like to receive advance notification of when it goes on sale, please sign-up for my email list (it’s over on the right side of this page) or use the Contact Paul button to drop me a line and I will add you to the list manually.

21st Century Man — a short story

09 Aug

Nevermet Press published one of my short stories earlier this week.

21st Century Man borrows the main characters from both H.G. Wells’ The Time Time Machine and a song by the Electric Light Orchestra entitled, oddly enough, 21st Century Man (thank you Jeff Lynne). I’ve mixed the two themes together to create a short on what really happened to the worlds first chrononaut.

The story will also be published in book form as part of the Nevermet Press’ Stories from the Ether anthology in early  2012, but you can read it for  free on their website by clicking here.