Introducing The Black Fang Betrayal

I’m proud to introduce The Black Fang Betrayal. It’s like The Sopranos but with warlocks instead of the mafia. As you’re about to discover, the storytelling is as unique as the tale. I fought through my introversion and asked nine incredible authors to join me in this project. The result is a collaborative novel like nothing you’ve ever read.

I plan on writing a more extensive blog post about the process that will be published later this month. Working on The Black Fang Betrayal this past year has been an amazing and revealing experience. We took an idea and turned it into a novel without ever meeting or speaking with each other.

Today is the official launch day and that means you can buy the novel for just $0.99 on all major platforms. Grab it today as it will be going to full price next week. In addition, we’re running a HUGE Rafflecopter contest. Try to guess who wrote each chapter by clicking on the link below. Winners will be randomly drawn from all of the correct responses and we’re giving away over 20 prizes including signed tarot cards, signed paperbacks, free audio books and even a holster for your 9mm.

Click here to read more about The Black Fang Betrayal, purchase a copy available on all major platforms and enter the Rafflecopter.

About the Project:

The Black Fang Betrayal features today’s best horror, dark fantasy and thriller writers collaborating on a unique and fascinating novel. Armed with nothing but a prompt and a character name, each author became a warlock of The Black Fang and wrote a first-person account as a member of the coven. Using themes and sequences woven throughout the complete narrative, a cohesive page-turner emerges.

About the Story:

Levi Phillips is a warlock living in the woods of rural Ohio. With his apprentice, Matthew, Levi operates one of the most ferocious covens in the world, known as The Black Fang. Managing the coven like an international corporation, Levi controls its enormous wealth while running a moonshine operation as a front. But when a plot to assassinate Levi is exposed, the warlock decides it’s time to destroy The Black Fang and the destruction could create a new beginning.

Written by TW Brown, Michaelbrent Collings, Mainak Dhar, J.C. Eggleton, Glynn James, Stephen Knight, David J. Moody, T.W. Piperbrook, J.R. Rain, J. Thorn.


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AuthorMarketingClubLive, New Podcast and New Releases

I hope you’re as excited for fall as I am. I’m going to be busy and I like that. I thought I’d take a moment and let you know what is coming down the line.

If you haven’t purchased your ticket to AMCLive yet, you’re running out of time. There are not many tickets available and you will not want to miss this. Jim Kukral (AuthorMarketingClub.com) is hosting the inaugural event in Cleveland, Ohio on September 8th and I will be speaking in the morning. The most dynamic folks in the indie publishing world will be there, including Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant from the Self-Publishing Podcast.

Speaking of podcasts, mine is getting a major overhaul thanks to fellow author, Richard Brown. Richard will be the new co-host beginning with episode 8 on September 8th. I’m so grateful . . .

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Shout at the Devil

Shout at the Devil because he’s hard of hearing these days. The guy has been touring with Mötley Crüe for over 31 years.

What would possess me to drive over two hours and through three states to see a band that is not exactly in their prime? It all started on August 7, 1985. My brother and I attended our first rock show at the Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to see Mötley Crüe at the beginning of the Theater of Pain tour. It was quite a spectacle. Vince, Mick, Tommy and Nikki were hitting their stride as both musicians and performers. And no matter what you think of Mötley Crüe, you cannot deny the commercial success they have had over the years. In addition, Mötley Crüe is ending their legacy the same way they began it in 1981; with . . .

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