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It's National Read A Book Day!

#NationalReadABookDay

Today is National Read A Book Day! (Slightly different from Book Lovers Day celebrated on August 9th, or World Book Day observed every April 23rd.) Yeah, it’s an unofficial holiday, but it’s a great excuse to ignore the news, avoid social media, and spend some quiet time reading a book. I’m currently reading Jen Howard’s Clutter: An Untidy History and Stephen Graham Jones’ The Only Good Indians and would recommend them both.

Need a book to read? Read one of mine! You can get physical copies pretty much anywhere, and ebook copies are available wherever people sell ebooks. To make it as easy as possible to nab one of my books, I’ve included direct links to purchase below, as well as handy links to sample chapters. With Gleam Upon the Waves coming soon, now is an excellent time to jump into the world of the territories.


Book I: The Stars Were Right

The Stars Were Right
📚 Paperbacks: Amazon • Barnes & Noble • Powell’s • BAM!
📱 eBooks: Kindle • Kobo • Nook • iBooks • Google Play
📖 Click here to read the first chapter!

Book II: Old Broken Road

Old Broken Road
📚 Paperbacks: Amazon • Barnes & Noble • Powell’s • BAM!
📱 eBooks: Kindle • Kobo • Nook • iBooks • Google Play
📖 Click here to read the first chapter!

Book III: Red Litten World

Red Litten World
📚 Paperbacks: Amazon • Barnes & Noble • Powell’s • BAM!
📱 eBooks: Kindle • Kobo • Nook • iBooks • GooglePlay
📖 Click here to read the first chapter!

If you’re wanting to add to your TBR pile, the fine folks over at World Without End put together an incredible list that serves as a historical crash course of Black Science Fiction and Fantasy over the years. It’s an excellent resource and absolutely worth checking out.

Happy National Read A Book Day, everyone! Enjoy all your reading.


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