Get Almost Invincible!

Today’s the day, people! After months of waiting and having to satisfy yourselves with samples chapters and tiny snippets on Twitter, you can now download all of Almost Invincible to your Kindle or Kindle app. This is not a drill. Go over to Amazon.com and download your copy today. Or take your pick from anyContinue reading “Get Almost Invincible!”

Last Week in Superhero Fiction (9/21/17)

September 18th was Hide a Book Day, so keep your eyes peeled for books in random places when you’re walking around. You may find a copy of Midnight by Stephani Chaney if someone else hasn’t grabbed it first. The superhero novella Serpent by Trish Heinrich is currently available to download for free on Instafreebie. BothContinue reading “Last Week in Superhero Fiction (9/21/17)”

Almost Invincible Sneak Peak

We’re two weeks away from Almost Invincible‘s September 30th release date, so to celebrate, here’s an exclusive sneak peak at the first chapter. Check it out and let me know what you think! Chapter 1 Seven years ago…   My skull hit the pavement with a meaty crack, and my vision went blurry. As lightningContinue reading “Almost Invincible Sneak Peak”

Almost Invincible Cover Reveal

It’s finally here! I’ve been anxiously awaiting the moment when I could show this to you guys, and that moment has arrived at last. I’ve been considering the cover for Almost Invincible for a while now and debating different ideas to go with. I think this book is even more fast-paced and brutal than HeroContinue reading “Almost Invincible Cover Reveal”

Last Week in Superhero Fiction (8/24/17)

There’s only a few weeks left to enter the Goodreads giveaway for J.D. Wright’s upper YA superhero novel, Masked. Speaking of Goodreads giveaways, here’s another for The Phobia of Renegade X by Chelsea M. Campbell that’s still open to enter. Stitch’s Media Mix has posted an incredibly thought-provoking and in-depth review of the bestselling MilesContinue reading “Last Week in Superhero Fiction (8/24/17)”

Last Week in Superhero Fiction (8/10/17)

Fans of teen superhero fiction should note R.J. Ross released a new side story in her long-running Cape High series. Announcement here. Fanbase Press has a thoughtful review of Russ Linton’s Motherland, book 2 in the Crimson Son series, if you’ve been thinking of checking that book out. If you’re interested in the book coverContinue reading “Last Week in Superhero Fiction (8/10/17)”

New Superhero Fiction Releases for June and July

Here are some superhero fiction books released in the last month or so that caught my eye in the Amazon jungle. I recommend checking out the samples and reviews before buying, as I haven’t read all of them—yet. Covenant: A Superteam Novel (WHOOSH! BAM! POW! Book 3) by James Maxey Sarah Buchanan lives a quiet,Continue reading “New Superhero Fiction Releases for June and July”

Last Week in Superhero Fiction (7/13/17)

Samantha Bryant, author of the Menopausal Superhero Series (which has been on my to-read list forever), has an interview up at Mrs. Average Evaluates. Heroine Worship, sequel to Sarah Kuhn’s YA superhero novel Heroine Complex, came out last week to phenomenal reviews. Here’s one at FANgirl Blog. Superhero Novels has a review of Indigo, aContinue reading “Last Week in Superhero Fiction (7/13/17)”

Cover Reveal: The Best Man

Drum roll, please. The Best Man, a short story prequel to Hero Status, will be released on March 31st. If you’ve ever been curious about Dave and Val’s wedding and whether they made it through the day without a supervillain attack (Hint: they did not.), then this is the book for you. Plus, Lady NightmareContinue reading “Cover Reveal: The Best Man”

Around the Web, 1/21/17

If you’re interested in hearing me gush about gothic romance and explain the inspirations behind Ghost Machine, I’ve got a guest post up at The Silver Petticoat Review about just that. Check it out here. Also, in case you missed it, Hero Status won the shiny 2016 standout award you see below from One BookContinue reading “Around the Web, 1/21/17”