I’m excited for the release of second book in my very first trilogy. If you like to read and review novels, drop me a line at Mark@mwsasse.com and I’ll hook you up with a review copy of my latest. If you haven’t read the first yet, I’ll get that for you too.
My only request: be honest!
Here’s the tagline for The African Connection: Fruit, Faeries, & Fascist Dictators. The Adventure Continues.
Check the links below to learn more about the books and the series. Thanks!
Michelle James posted her review of A Man Too Old for a Place Too Far, and it’s a great one! Here’s a short excerpt:
Michelle writes, “This story is well fleshed out with notes of magical realism, suspense, and history. For me, this is a perfect combination.”
Please head over to her fantastic website and check out the full review – and her thoughts on other books! Michelle James’ Review
Remember, A Man Too Old for a Place Too Far is only part one of the brand new Forgotten Child Trilogy. Book two is scheduled for a June release, so if you haven’t read book one yet, here’s your chance. It’s available on Kindle and in paperback.
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Well, last week I released the cover of book 1 of my new trilogy set to be released soon. I couldn’t hold back on the cover for book 2, so here they are together. I’m getting real excited about releasing these stories. A timeline will be revealed shortly. Hope you like what you see!
After much agonizing and debating, it’s all settled, and I’m thrilled to share with you the cover of book 1 of The Forgotten Child Trilogy. Here it is!
There’s much I could say about this book cover. I’ll explain it all in more detail at another time, but I wanted to get it out there. I hope you like it as much as I do. I’m going to be revealing book covers 2 and 3 soon as well, and I even like them better!
But for now, I can’t wait to get this book into the hands of readers. A timeline will be available soon. Release date not far away.