Month: June 2016

The Latest News from Archer’s Aim

Hello everyone! I just wanted to share the latest news about some upcoming events which I’ll also post on the News page later today. There’s so much going on I’m just now getting everything in order.

First, I will be making a few appearances tomorrow for Indie Pride Day. I’ll share the links in a post tomorrow but I’ll be on Angela Chrysler’s blog tomorrow and I’ll be part of a Brain to Books takeover on Goodreads starting at 12PM CT.

Brain to Books Generic Posts (2)

Brain to Books Generic Posts (1)

bow of destinyThe Bow of Destiny is already on sale if you are looking for a bargain – which it totally is! Sale links are posted just below:

Amazon

  BarnesandNoble      Smashwords

ibooksdownload      Kobo

Next, I’ll make another blog appearance on July 22nd at Renee Scattergood’s site, Renee Writes for her Friday Author Spotlight. I’ll share more about any special announcements  for the day as it gets closer.

Expect a few more appearances to occur during July so I’ll get those posted as the schedule is firmed up.

Last, I’ll be on blog tour the week of 8/14-20. Look for more news about that week as time gets closer.

In other news, I can’t share anything specific but I’m delaying (at least for now) my plans to release The Bow of Destiny in print. Something else has come up that may make worthwhile to hold off on this project for a while. I’ll announce any changes to plans when I there’s more to report.

Endless Doors AnthologyOtherwise, I keep working steadily on An Arrow Against the Wind as my schedule allows. I’m also working my short story anthology (I know, I keep talking about but I have priorities!) but I’ve included a little teaser with a preliminary cover (comments are welcome). Also, I plan to complete the rough draft of The White Arrow as soon as I get An Arrow Against the Wind of to the editor for a final edit.

Welcome to all the new readers of The Bow of Destiny in recent weeks and thanks all the regular supporters!

IMG_4154-EditAbout the Author

P. H. Solomon lives in the greater Birmingham, AL area where he strongly dislikes yard work and sanding the deck rail. However, he performs these duties to maintain a nice home for his loved ones as well as the family’s German Shepherds. In his spare time, P. H. rides herd as a Computer Whisperer on large computers called servers (harmonica not required). Additionally, he enjoys reading, running, most sports and fantasy football. Having a degree in Anthropology, he also has a wide array of more “serious” interests in addition to working regularly to hone his writing. The Bow of Destiny is his first novel-length title with more soon to come.

Prequel short stories to The Bow of Hart Saga:

Trading KnivesKobo, iBooks & Barnes & NobleSmashwords & Amazon

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Bloodline Gypsy by Shirley A. Martin (Members Review from Shawnie)

Reblogged on Archer’s Aim…

18178233Bloodline Gypsy: Jook and Gypsies Vol. 1 by Shirley A. Martin, published June 29, 2013 by Authorhouse.

Goodreads Blurb:

A supernatural thriller of chilling carnage and primal beauty, Bloodling Gypsy unearths the origin of a mythical creature that has plagued history since the dark ages. Tracing an inherent line of magic back to Eygpt in 981 AD, this dark fantasy reveals the mysterious link between gypsies and werewolves. A yoke that, twelve hundred years later, reveals itself in the form of a birthmark stamped on children born of Louvari descent. When Susannah Henika loses her mother in a tragic accident, she moves to a mountain resort town to live with a father she has never known. She falls victim to night terrors and an impending sense of dread. She meets a woman in the woods, Madalina Sadrinovic, whose uncanny ways set Susannah ill at ease. Strange and foreboding events follow…

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