We are entering the final day for Kindle Countdown discounts on Odd Men Out by Matt Betts and my own The Plague Factory. Here’s a little info about each book with links to purchase them at a special price:
The Civil War has ended but not because the South surrendered, instead it’s on hold while both sides face a new enemy-the chewers, dead men who’ve come back to life. Cyrus Joseph Spencer didn’t fight in the war and couldn’t care less about the United Nations of America that resulted from it. His main concern is making money and protecting his crew from all manner of danger. But when tragedy strikes he’s forced to take shelter onboard a dirigible piloted by the U.N.’s peace-keeping force. It’s soon apparent that many more dangers are lurking and Cyrus must decide whether to throw in with strangers in a desperate bid to protect the country or cast off on his own.
“The stakes are high and the action and surprises are nonstop as Betts skillfully mixes elements of steampunk, alternate history, science fiction, and horror.”—Publishers Weekly
“A compelling story line, light humor, and a steampunk vibe make this an interesting and fun read.”—Library Journal
The Plague Factory contains 90 pages of John Edward Lawson’s most experimental poetry. The Plague of experimental John poetry, pages contain the most Factory. A lyrical reconstruction of the human disease manufactured through our mass media. A lyrical human. A mass disease digitally diseased. zzzzzzzz.