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January 17, 2012…

City of the Damned cover, artwork by Jared Rackler

 For one day and one day only, the original version of City of the Damned will be available for free on Amazon. For those of you who like military adventure and wonder how a black government unit might fare against a more intelligent adversary–in this case, vampires–then this one might be just what you’re looking for. No sparkly vampires who only want to romance high school girls, this book is for bona-fide adults, and it has more than a few R-rated scenes in it.

 
Yes, folks get it on here and do the wild thing. They also stake a bunch of vampires and orient heavy weapons systems on target whenever possible. And the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) even makes an appearance. What more could you ask for? Download it tomorrow and join the adventure! (And make sure you leave a review, even if you didn’t like it!)
 
Want to read a lengthy sample? Click here. Or check it out on Amazon by clicking the cover image to the left.
 
Remember…this is free for TOMORROW only!
 
And with that having been said, I hope every one enjoys their MLK Day. Out here.
  1. January 16, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    Best of luck with the free promo Steve.

    Dave

  2. robert bryant
    January 17, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    steve, is city of the damned still on target to be printed end of Jan?
    i dont see ant notification on amazon yet!!!!
    thx
    ps:if u made 15,000 for last year i hope u at least average that for every month this year

    regards,
    robert

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