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Hello, hello! Merry Christmas, Merry Yule, Happy Hannukah, Happy Kwanzaa, or Happy Monday–whichever you celebrate, I hope you have a great day, and a great rest of the year. To make it even better, I’ve given you a chance to win a Kindle Paperwhite, available to anyplace where Amazon can deliver a Kindle Paperwhite. Scroll down for entry options!

If you pre-ordered Blood Ties, then the file should have delivered to your Kindle or Kindle app by now.

If not, you can still get it for its sale price of 99 cents here: http://amzn.to/2BKLtUz

Blood Ties is the latest in The Eurynome Code, my space opera series featuring a genetically engineered scrounger who must confront her past when it rears its ugly head across her current system, threatening all humanity. If you haven’t yet started Karin’s adventure, you can view the series here: http://amzn.to/2BGQNZ7. All books are available in Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program, and, as you can tell by the banner below, all are at 99 cents apiece until January 10th. Additionally, Black Dawn will be having its Kindle free days on December 26, 27, 28, and January 7, so be on the lookout for those!

Read Black Dawn’s first chapter here: http://kgorman.ca/kitty/the-eurynome-code/black-dawn/

Anyway. Have at the giveaway!

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Enter to Win!

Blood Ties, the third book in The Eurynome Code, is on pre-order and to celebrate I’m giving away some cold, hard cash. … Okay, so maybe it’s more digital gift cards cash–but it still counts, right? Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up on December 26th to a new gift… Continue reading

Into the Dark

I have a new short story, and I’m so happy with it that I decided to give it away for free to anyone who wanted it! For a limited time. So! If you want it, or you think your friends/relatives/acquaintances/that dude you bowl with on Thursday nights would enjoy it,… Continue reading

Palace of Glass, Chapter 5

This is post 5 of 5 in the series “Palace of Glass” Mieshka slipped under the covers, enjoying the feel of the sheets against her bare feet. With Jo’s help, she’d managed an embarrassing, awkward shower—avoiding her stitches—and had washed out the dirt that had been stuck to her hair… Continue reading