Free ebook March 31, 2014

The ebook version of 300 Miles to Galveston is free today, March 31, 2014. Please pass this along to anyone you think might enjoy an unusual, character-driven science fiction story.

One of the most different and interesting post apocalptic zombie books I’ve ever read. I never read anything quite like this before.
Amazon Review, 
July 27, 2013

With all the amateur authors submitting poorly conceived, edited and plotted novels today, it was a genuine pleasure to read something that had none of those flaws.
Amazon Review, June 10, 2013

Eventually you run out of bullets, even in Texas.

Dallas, 2037. It’s been three years since the most brilliant Leonid meteor shower ever recorded. After that night, no one was born, and no one stayed dead.

Infrastructure has collapsed. Society has devolved into church-centered villages, gang houses, and survivalist camps. Information travels by word of mouth, and occasionally, by radio broadcast. After picking up a shortwave message from a navy ship in Galveston, Kurt and his daughter Sophie risk their lives as they race from suburban Dallas to the Gulf Coast in hope of rescue, and answers.

300 MILES TO GALVESTON is a Kindle bestseller that blends the science fiction and zombie genres in a tale appropriate for young adult and adult readers. This is book one in the Displacement trilogy.

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1 thought on “Free ebook March 31, 2014”

  1. Thanks to everyone who picked up a free copy of 300 MILES TO GALVESTON on March 31. About 160 people grabbed it in the US and UK, along with a few in Canada and India, and I’ve already gotten two very nice reviews.

    Best of all, new folks are picking up the other two books in the trilogy, so all three titles are in the top 100 in their key category this week (science fiction > visionary).

    It’s very gratifying. Thank you.

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