HOPE’S END: ANCIENT ENEMY 3 is now available on Kindle/Amazon.
I’m so excited to finally release the next book in my ANCIENT ENEMY series. But the good news is that this most likely won’t be the last one – I’m already working on the outline for the fourth (and probably final) book in the series. There will be some big surprises in the final book, but I don’t want to say too much about it just now. And hopefully it won’t take me as long to get the next one written.
I hope everyone will pick up a Kindle copy. It’s only .99 cents for a short time, but it’s free if you’re subscribed to Kindle Unlimited. And remember you can always download a Kindle app on your phone or tablet for free. Just go the Amazon page, then the Kindle Store and you can download the app there. You can find my book here:
I’m busy right now putting the finishing touches on my newest series, a post-apocalyptic horror/thriller. I’m hoping to have those three books available in the next month or so.
Please feel free to spread the word about my new book!
4 thoughts on “ANCIENT ENEMY 3 IS NOW AVAILABLE”
Hi Mark! I recently became acquainted with your work and have read Ancient Enemy and Darkwind and am now reading Hope’s End. LOVE these stories and just know there must be more to the story after Capt Begay tries to convince himself that David sent the evil on its way. Please get the next book to us as soon as you can! It won’t take much longer to get through Hope’s End and I can’t wait to see how things turn out for Stella, David, Begay et al! Thanks and keep up the great work!
Thank you so much for reading my books, and I’m glad you liked them. I’ve finished the fourth, and last book in the series, and I’m hoping to have it available on Amazon in the next few days. It’s called Evil Spirits: Ancient Enemy 4. I will post on my blog and Facebook page when it’s available. I really appreciate you reaching out to me about my books!
Awesome!!!! Can’t wait to read it! I knew that nasty Darkwind wasn’t quite done with them yet! Thanks for the heads up! I’m sure enjoying reading the backstory of Hope’s End and the framing background it provides.
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