I Wrote This One Feeling Dangerous

Hi, Freedom Flames,

I just wanted to give you all a heads up on what’s coming up later in the Lord of Columbia Series! And yes, I was feeling dangerous when I wrote Raven’s Flock, details of which is below!

First off, if you haven’t downloaded your free copy of Northern Knights, Book I in Lord of Columbia, you can do so at the link here. If that link doesn’t work, let me know in the comments and I’ll upload an alternate link. 

Also, if you haven’t yet downloaded The Skyehawk Chronicles, you can also do so here. Again, if it isn’t working, feel free to let me know and I’ll give you another in the comments section.

Bear in mind I’m hard at work providing updates to these manuscripts (the story DOES NOT change); I’m just adding more personal pronouns in place of names and cutting dialogue tags while emphasizing a few more words.

So if you already downloaded the works, you have nothing to worry about, unless you haven’t read them yet and would like a fresh read.

In other good news, during my look overs of both Northern Knights and The Skyehawk Chronicles, I hardly found a typo so I’m glad to tell you that you will be for the most part downloading clean novels (or in Skyehawk’s case, the story-in-cycle).

But today, I really wanted to give you an update on Raven’s Flock.

To my primary NFL allegory, I wrote this one feeling dangerous; very dangerous. So dangerous that I’m sure the Modell Family who hijacked my Browns and shipped them to Baltimore following the 1995 season will grill me when they see the allegory.

I’m not complaining nor will I lose any sleep over it.

It should give you a tiny hint on what this book is about, which I’ll reveal more of in an upcoming newsletter, so if you haven’t yet joined my subscription list, click here and download The Skyehawk Chronicles, which will automatically add you to the list – and you won’t have to pay a whopping $5.99 for the e-book.

Also, I’m busy putting together my review team in place, so those interested definitely need to become subscribers, since they have first dibs on becoming honest reviewers. Oh, and my reviewers will receive free copies of every single one of my Lord of Columbia works for life, so you might want to join the team if you like free stuff.

But enough of that: Here’s how I’m working toward the launch which will take place in early-2020 (between February and April).

*Black Friday: I’ll be selling Swords of Destiny and Missing in Columbia for 99 cents apiece. You can also purchase the entire Original Trilogy on that day and the days following for just $1.98, so huge savings there for books that are priced at $2.99, respectively.

*I’ll be automating the review team newsletter to all new subscribers shortly after they join. If you already joined my review team feel free to ignore the bulk of that email, as no further action will be required (but I might have a joint promo ready with other authors featuring some reader magnets, so definitely open the letter).

*Three weeks before the release, I’ll be sending out ARC’s everywhere to all reviewers, plus free copies of Northern Knights, Swords of Destiny, and Missing in Columbia (all subscribers should have a free copy of The Skyehawk Chronicles, so feel free to review it too if you’d like).

*I’ll send a follow-up email on the eve of launch day requesting for reviews to be placed on Amazon as soon as possible.

*You DO NOT have to review the previous three books in the series if you have not read them; just Raven’s Flock. The reason being is that Raven’s Flock, while featuring characters from the Original Trilogy, kicks off a whole new trilogy and therefore a new story arc which will encompass Episodes IV, V, and VI. Please don’t feel obligated to review past works, though it’d be great if you did.

*For those of you not part of my review team, don’t sweat, as I’ll have a really cool deal for you all as well; something I think you’ll enjoy simply for being part of my email list. Details to come at a later date.

*As always, if you have any questions, feel free to comment and I’ll get back to you.

So, if you’re interested in some action and adventure urban fantasy laden with interesting and off the wall allegories, take a look at Lord of Columbia. Again, I wrote Raven’s Flock feeling dangerous, which should give you a hint as to what the work is about, as well as my above statements.

Again, my writing isn’t for everyone. If you dislike my Cleveland Browns, you’ll hate the allegories and my work is politcally-driven, so those who lean too far Left OR Right will probably hate my work. Those who are noninterventionist, and who believe that private people should live their lives without government intrusion or intrusion from any other entity will probably love my work, as well as those who love works that allegorize history, so keep in mind that I have a lot of outside influence in Lord of Columbia.

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