Monday, October 31, 2016

Cover Reveal - Not So Perfect Game

The Small World Global Protection Agency is an entertaining and educational series for young readers.

They tell the ongoing adventures of Josh and Madison as they travel the world fighting the sinister agency known as BIXAR (that's pronounced bizarre).

Both Josh and Madison are exceptional students, who did their homework and treated their classmates with respect - which is why they were chosen to join the Global Protection Agency.

"It's been a few years since I wrote about their adventures. Coming back to Josh and Madison for this third adventure was like seeing old friends again," says author Mark Miller.

The book covers for the series are created by Paul S. Seus. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Paul is a highly talented graphic designer. His book covers capture the essence of each story.

The newest book is no exception. Small World Global Protection Agency Case File 003: The Not So Perfect Game will be available in paperback and Amazon Kindle beginning Friday, November 4, 2016.

Without further delay, The Not So Perfect Game cover reveal:

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Saturday, October 8, 2016

FREE eBook

I like getting reviews (what author doesn't?), so I'm going to celebrate.

Promise of Tomorrow, a speculative Christian-themed sci-fi story received a 5-star review from the good folks over at Reader's Favorite.

Here's a snippet of what they had to say:

"... an insightful and emotional an interesting insight into the Amish faith and the increasing challenges its followers face in this era of continued modernisation and technological advancement. Promise of Tomorrow is a great lesson in accepting change and reconciling the old ways with the new. It is also a lesson in unwavering faith and contentment in all the gifts and will find this a worthy and thrilling read." - Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite

Please read the full review at their site -

How I'm going to celebrate? By giving it away FREE on Amazon Kindle, of course!

Starting today, for the next 5 days (one for each star), Promise of Tomorrow is FREE on Kindle. 

Get it here -

If you do grab it, please leave a review.