Need a quarantine holiday binge? Or a last-minute gift you don’t have to ship? The Traveler Trilogy is now available as a Kindle box set.
All three Traveler books, Traveler, Prisoner, and Traitor, in one discounted ebook, just $9.99.
Traveler: Meet Trav Becker, a down-on-his-luck ex-cop who must hunt a deranged parallel version of himself bent on killing every Trav Becker in the multiverse.
Prisoner: Trav races against time to rescue two kidnapped girls, even as he is drawn into a hidden war whose stakes are the very existence of him and his friends.
Traitor: Trav must battle foes on every side, including his own memory, and seek help from the unlikeliest of allies, to reunite with the woman he loves and prevent the looming collapse of reality itself.
Includes the Traveler short, “The Diner,” in print for the very first time!
KCCK is posting staff Halloween favorites each day leading up to Oct. 31. Here’s mine.
The first time I ever heard “That Old Black Magic” was when it was performed by that legendary jazz singer… Jerry Lewis.
In the original “Nutty Professor,” Lewis (as his suave Hyde-persona Buddy Love) sings a quite serviceable version of the tune. In the years since, of course, I’ve come to see where Jerry borrowed from Sinatra, Ella, and even his frenemy Dean Martin for this performance.
But even though Lewis owes A LOT to artists with a more extensive pedigree, this version still swings.
I don’t know about you, but I need a little bit of excitement in my quarantine. If you’re looking for some escape, too, Traveler, the first book Traveler Chronicles is now FREE on Kindle for 5 days!If the book receives 50 downloads, I’ll make the second book in the series, Prisoner, free for 5 days as well!
That’s two-thirds of the story totally free to you, for hours of socially-distanced entertainment!
If you’ve never experienced the Traveler-verse, now is the perfect time to get started. If you have, download a second copy to have in your phone for emergencies, and forward the link to a friend who needs a good read!
Thanks to Mary Sharp from the Cedar Rapids Gazette, for her kind profile in the March 8 edition of the paper. The article ended up focusing quite a bit on the role that Mary, Morgan, and Sophie played in the conclusion to the Traveler Trilogy.
Kind of a fun coincidence that the article dropped on International Women’s Day!