I use Scrivener to write fiction, and it has all sorts of bells and whistles to keep track of notes and ideas and inspiration. A while back I put together “character sheets” (for lack of a better term) for the main characters in the Finder Team mystery series.
So if you’ve ever wondered which actors (or directors!) I’d “cast” in the movie version of Finders, Inc.and Lost & Finders, well, wonder no more:
At least, these faces are what I have in mind while I’m typing away. Thanks for indulging me!
So yeah, Jorge Garcia and Spike Lee, let’s talk, okay?
With just a little over three weeks(!) until the June 14th release launch of Lost & Finders from UnWrecked Press, I wanted to share the last section of chapter 1.
Just a reminder that the ebook version is available for pre-order from Amazon, and the trade paperback will be available very soon. Later this year the audiobook version should be out as well, which is awesome news!
If you want to read the first book in the series, Finders, Inc., you might be able to snag it for free as an ebook in the next few weeks over at Amazon (or heck, just buy it for $4.99!).
Here are links to the earlier sections of chapter 1 to get you up to speed: part 1, part 2.
Let’s go back to our big fella Bim, who just caught an old-fashioned black key thrown to him by his old friend Hank (aka Hanky J), and Bim slips into someone else’s head… Enjoy!
Here’s some nifty news — my mystery novel, Finders, Inc., is now available as part of the new Winter Mysteries bundle of ebooks offered by BundleRabbit!
In case you haven’t heard of bundles, they collect a set of 5 to 10 or more ebooks into one package, which can then be priced lower for bargain-hunters. Bundles are also a fantastic way to find new authors and dive into their work.
And this bundle is a great one.
Winter Mysteries collects mystery novels set in the coldest season of the year, or mysteries containing a strong element of cold (in one sense of the word or another).
The bundle includes novels by Dean Wesley Smith, Kim Antieau, JA Marlow, Will Overby, Marcelle Dube, Chris Ward, Douglas Smith, Robert Jeschonek and hey — yours truly, too!
So you can get a small bundle of 5 books for a price that you set, or get all 10 books for an amazing discount. It’s a great set of novels, and 10% of each sale can be earmarked for the Wounded Warrior charity.
So it’s pretty much a win-win situation. What’re you waiting for? Click away!
At last, I can share it with the rest of the world — my newest book, Finders, Inc, a mystery with hints of the paranormal set in the remote mountains of North Carolina. The book is available as both an ebook and a trade paperback. Here’s a synopsis:
Sometimes those who can’t be found just might not be lost…
As the co-founders of Finders, Inc., Hank Johnson and Bim Mayer have spent the past two decades successfully solving mysteries and—almost miraculously, thanks to Bim’s special skills—finding missing people in and around the remote mountain town of Boone, North Carolina.
Their most recent case deals with an outbreak of missing elderly people, all of whom used to teach at nearby Appalachian State University. They soon learn that the absent old folks all have something else in common: they’re all connected to a shady character with deep, dark ties to both Bim and Hank.
The events of those chaotic three days in late winter will test the friendship of the two men as they risk their lives to solve this mystery and find a group of people who just might not want to be found.
The first book in an all-new mystery series with hints of the paranormal!
I’m very excited about this book, which I honestly feel is my best book yet. And I can’t wait to write more books in the “Finder Team” series in the coming years.
NOTE: For the first week, you can get the ebook version for just $2.99, almost half off the regular price. In a week, the price goes up to $4.99. So grab a copy now! 🙂 Also, if you’ve read the book already, we’re shooting to get at least 25 reviews at the Amazon page. It’s part of a little experiment we’re doing (here are tips for writing reviews). Thanks for participating! Enjoy, and thanks for reading!