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Men of Five now available on Amazon!

Men of Five

It’s been a road to get here, but the updated version of Men of Five is now available on Amazon. Sporting a fancy new cover by Travis Molitor and the addition of three short stories, it’s a steal for only $7.00.

Hell, Amazon already has it on sale, too, for $6.65! You can’t beat that with a stick, or so my dad used to say. At any rate, it’s better than a sharp stick in the eye, amiright?

Pick up a copy here!

And never fear, if you’re waiting to get a signed copy directly from me, that’s coming soon, too! Also, a brand new ebook version is in the pipe as well.

Your patience is appreciated. Really, you should have a beer, or a glass of wine, or a shot. That’s how cool you all are.

New Cover for Men of Five

So, I’ve been sitting on this for a week or so now, but it’s time to show everyone the new cover for my sci-fi/horror novella, Men of Five.

The artist is Travis Molitor, who, you may remember, did the back cover and interior art for Children of the Moon, the anthology I edited a few years back. It’s badass, people, seriously.

If you read Men of Five a few years ago, you should get this edition for sure. A brand new edit, some new character insights, and it’s been bundled with three short stories, two of which are out of print: Prior Record, The One and the Many, and Pale Deaths.

The first place you can pick this book up is at The Author’s Fair next weekend in Madison, Indiana. After that… well, we’ll just have to see.

And, without further ado, I give you the new, ultra badass cover:

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