Posts Tagged ‘mystery’

Yes! I am having my very own Thank God It’s Over Party here with a, well, a glass of water and what’s left of the chocolate, but screw that, the point is it is OVER!

I crossed the finishing line by 24 words and that’s good enough for me. That fifty-thou added to the already existing 20K of the draft (yes, yes, I’m a rebel) gives me a nice base for revising.
First it needs an ending. I just got to the point when they start to figure out who the murderer is and BAM it’s over. And honestly, I’m too tired to care right now. I’ll get to it once my energy bar is a bit fuller again 😀

Here’s my badge of honour and this year it’s 8-bit! I want to cry a little when I look at it because it’s the proof that I can stop typing like crazy for a day or two.

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Congrats to all fellow NaNoers! Whether you win or not, you are awesome! See you again next year 🙂

Hey guys, another bit of publishing news.

The first book of my Ikaros Crux Series, ALL THINGS UNHOLY is out on Kindle right now. Get it while it’s hot.

ATU cover for blog 3It is the Fall of 1890, and there is a serial murderer on the loose in the sprawling city of Fabler.

Ripping through the dark underbelly of the city, the killer leaves a trail of bodies with evidence of religious rituals.

The police are looking for a mortal. Ikaros Crux knows better.

Crux is nearly sober and on the hunt through the rainy, fog-filled streets, searching for the thing that killed his friend.

Together with an accidental medium, Viola van Wyk, he fights to solve the mystery of the murders while dodging the new Detective Inspector, and finds the truth might be more dangerous than even he suspected.

Available on Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and (soon) iBookstore.

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