Saturday, February 9, 2013

Two great Indie Authors: Randy Morris & Stephen Arseneault

Randy Morris has created an interesting new series. The first in the Jehovah and Hades series is Jacob and Hyde.

Jake was just a normal kid who enjoyed hearing his mother's bedtime stories. The stories became shockingly real when he discovered that he was a descendant of Dr. Jekyll and that he had his own Mr. Hyde living inside him. Driven by a desire to do good, he attempts to hunt down and kill the remaining Hyde monsters. Can he finish off the onslaught of Hyde monsters and keep the girl he loves safe from their retaliation?

Check out all three books in the Jekyll and Hyde series by Randy Morris.

All three have been reduced to $.99 and the three book collection is at $2.99:

Jacob and Hyde
Jehovah and Hades
Jehovah and Hades: Federal Case
Jehovah and Hades 1-3

Stephen Arsenault is the author of the Sci-Fi Action Adventure series, SODIUM. This is the first thriller in the SODIUM series. Follow along as the unwitting group determine their own fate.

Before an invasion it is wise to gather intel on your foe. Harbinger begins the tale of the fight to save Earth as told from the perspective of an unlikely hero...

In 1957, a group of wilderness adventurers are confronted with the unexpected. They are forced to defend themselves against an unworldly enemy. Will man's first encounter with aliens force them to run or will they stand and fight?

Also available from this author:
"SODIUM:2 Apocalypse" - the aliens return in modern day and attack
"SODIUM:3 Fusion" - the aliens return with an even larger force
"SODIUM:4 Gravity a" - (the first adventure) a new world explored
"SODIUM:4 Gravity b" - (the second adventure) the battle for Earth moves into high gear
"SODIUM:4 Gravity c" - (the third adventure) Man faces a weapon more powerful than he could imagine, a new alien race emerges
"SODIUM:5 Assault a" It's time to take the fight to their world!
"SODIUM:5 Assault b" A world is destroyed and a massive fleet attacks!

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