My Days Are Numbered

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Daniel Craig (alias James Bond) and I share March as a birthday month. So this month I have been posing as “Bond, James Bond” and have been feeling quite sexy. But now I have only five more days of being 007. Then I return to being a normal superhero.

And you have only five more days to be able to purchase the e-books, The Z Redemption and Corvette Nightfire, for only $1.99 each through Smashwords at the following link. The sales codes to get the discounts are ym93w for The Z Redemption and zy87s for Corvette Nightfire. You simply enter those codes in the discount block at Checkout. I like Smashwords because when you buy, you can download all of the e-book files for any e-reader device. So if you have multiple devices using different file formats, you can download one of them whenever you want after purchase. You are covered for Apple, Nook, Kindle, Android, and Windows devices. Here is the link:  https://www.smashwords.com/books/byseries/13490

 
Robert Selfe and I have a working title for the third book: The Dark Road (El Camino Oscuro). That subtitle and title may be reversed. Old people like us remember a Chevy “El Camino,” which was part car and part pickup truck. The photo above shows an orange 1959 Chevrolet El Camino. I love it! The bad-guy-Zeta in the novel will own one, but, of course, the novel is not about cars. “El Camino Oscuro” refers to the dark web, an area of the internet inaccessible to most people and where much illegal and dark transactions take place: like mass merchandising of illegal drugs, human trafficking, and contracts for hire. And in case you don’t realize it, the novel, Corvette Nightfire, is not about Corvettes or cars. Corvette Nightfire is the name of the main character, a celebrity name for a World Series of Poker player who encounters changing destinies when he becomes involved with victims of organized crime…and with Valentina! Anyway, here are the orange El Camino of my dreams and the notice to you that my days of 007 are numbered. (Get it?)

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