Refuge Audiobook

Refuge is now available as an audiobook, narrated by Jeffrey Kafer. Each book is available separately, but I'd suggest getting the full package: Refuge Omnibus Edition: Refuge 1 - 5, which clocks in at nearly 15 hours.

Speaking of audiobooks, The Serial Killer's Wife will soon be available for your listening pleasure. It's narrated by the fabulous Tanya Eby, who has narrated for the likes of Dean Koontz, Tess Gerritsen, and Nora Roberts. More details to follow.

Speaking of The Serial Killer's Wife, it finally reached its 100th review on Amazon (and, thankfully, it was 5 stars!). To celebrate, I'm giving away free digital copies of No Shelter until midnight tonight, so hurry and download now.

Lost In The Echo Is Here

As you know I wrote a serialized novel with Jeremy Bishop (aka Jeremy Robinson) called Refuge, about a town that mysteriously begins to shift from world to world. Think of it as Under the Dome meets Sliders. There are five books in all -- the first two Night of the Blood Sky and Darkness Falls are available now, with Ashes and Dust and Bonfires Burning Bright coming in the next several weeks. My book is the third book in the series, and hopefully it acts as a nice bridge between the storylines. I had fun writing it and I hope readers have fun reading it. I should note, though, that once all five books are released, there will be an omnibus that will collect all the books together. That should probably be out sometime early January, so you might want to wait until then. If not, you can pick up Lost in the Echo for $1.99 on Kindle and Nook (iTunes, Kobo, etc. coming soon).