Grab FOUR IN THE MORNING for FREE

From now until Friday the FOUR IN THE MORNING collection is absolutely free in eb-book on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Four-in-the-Morning-ebook/dp/B0084N3I1I/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1360687052&sr=8-3&keywords=four+in+the+morning

Featuring novellas from Lincoln Crisler, Tim Marquitz, and Malon Edwards, it also features my supernatural gangsta novella GULLY GODS, about J-Hoss, a young gangbanger from the south side of Houston Texas who, after killing a rival in a parking lot, hides out with family in Chicago. Toeing the line doesn’t last long, and J-Hoss falls in with a violent crew of Liberian ex-child soldiers calling themselves the Trip Sixes, led by an ambitious youth nicknamed Hitler. As the Trip Sixes go to war with the local Mexican gang, J-Hoss learns the terrible truth of the Trip Sixes’ power, gleaned from their allegiance to a dark and terrible deity.

Read an excerpt here –

https://emerdelac.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/some-words-and-an-excerpt-from-gully-gods/

And here’s some words from co-author Malon Edwards (whose wonderful steamfunk story Half Dark kicks off the collection) about my novella –

http://eastofmars.blogspot.ca/2012/07/four-in-morning-gully-gods.html

So if you’ve been waiting to pick this one up, don’t wait much longer. It’s free till Friday, and in three months it’ll be out of print for good.

-Hasta pronto

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