Vote War Machine For Book of the Year Awards

Vote for War Machine in the Book of the Year Awards! It’s up for multiple categories, so make sure your vote counts in all of them! Thank you for supporting the series and being such great fans! VOTE HERE And if you haven't read the book yet, here's where you can begin your reading adventure … Continue reading Vote War Machine For Book of the Year Awards


Vaktare of All Realms – Book Excerpt

Season's greetings everyone! I hope this post finds you well and hopefully not stuffed with too much turkey and pie... Or tofurkey if you're a vegan! I just wanted to give you  a sneak peek at my upcoming novel series VAKTARE OF ALL REALMS. If you love fantasy creatures and magic, this will be a … Continue reading Vaktare of All Realms – Book Excerpt

A Blue Jay and a Butterfly | A Testimony

When all seems lost, look to God. All I can offer is my own testimony. Today when I woke up and heard the news about Vegas, I was overwhelmed with sadness. Since yesterday, I had had an overwhelming feeling something was going to happen. But feeling it and seeing it are two entirely different things. … Continue reading A Blue Jay and a Butterfly | A Testimony

War Machine Takes Silver and Gold at the Virtual Fantasy Con 2017 Awards

War Machine took home silver for Best Soft SciFi and bronze for Best Fantasy Science Novel at the 2017 Virtual Fantasy Con Awards! Thank you all so much for voting! Couldn't have done it without you all!

Scammers Break The Kindle Store

Indie authors, take note!

David Gaughran

On Friday, a book jumped to the #1 spot on Amazon, out of nowhere; it quickly became obvious that the author had used a clickfarm to gatecrash the charts.

The Kindle Store is officially broken.

This is not the first time this has happened and Amazon’s continued inaction is increasingly baffling. Last Sunday, a clickfarmed title also hit #1 in the Kindle Store. And Amazon took no action.

Over the last six weeks, one particularly brazen author has put four separate titles in the Top 10, and Amazon did nothing whatsoever. There are many such examples.

I wrote at the start of June about how scammers were taking over Amazon’s free charts. That post led to a phone conversation with KDP’s Executive Customer Relations.

Repeated assurances were given that the entire leadership team at Amazon was taking the scammer problem very seriously indeed. But it was also stressed that the…

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