Beat The Heat with Fan’s Pricing Saturday For July 11, 2020

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The Bold Final Snippet for Shadows of Opinion, Opus X 7!

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The Bold Final Snippet for Shadows of Opinion, Opus X 7!

 

Tomorrow is the big day! Are you ready for book 7 in the Opus X series, Shadows of Opinion? Or are you more anxious to see how Erik and Jia did in their fight? Hehehe Don’t worry, I have the exciting conclusion to this first fight. Hint, it’s on the beginning! The book goes live on Friday, July 9th, so get your pre-order in now!

 

Snippet #3:

The Sky Garden receded as Erik and Jia dropped lower, moving away from the full flitters toward ground level.

Police and military vehicles converged on their previous location like a flock of angry, hungry birds on a corpse. Whatever pull or tricks the terrorists had used to delay the response had been defeated. The entire situation might have been a quick intel-gathering job that turned into something more dangerous, but Erik and Jia had avoided the trouble of having to deal with the terrorists later and saved a lot of lives along the way.

It wasn’t a terrible, horrible, no-good very bad day after all.

The two of them set their flitters down on a parking platform. Other people pointed to the Sky Garden in the distance, chatting quietly amongst themselves. Jia pinched the bridge of her nose with her right hand, and Erik found himself staring at the medpatch on her other hand. Her face was pale and covered with sweat.

He came close, looking around as he asked, “You okay?”

“It’s fine. One of the guys got in a lucky hit.” Jia raised her left hand and waggled her fingers with a slight grimace. “It’s not as bad as getting the whole thing blown off. It should be sealed up by the end of the day and as good as new in a couple as long as I keep patches on it.”

“You didn’t tell me you’d been shot.” Erik frowned. “Neither of you mentioned it.”

“I assume Jia will pass along the information to you that she feels is necessary,” Emma noted, a hint of irritation in her voice. “It’s not my responsibility to babysit her for you. I think she’s proven that by now.”

Jia smirked and raised an eyebrow in challenge at Erik. “It’s not like we had a lot of time to discuss reinforcements. We both did what we needed to do to take them out. If I’d cried about getting shot, you wouldn’t have been able to concentrate.” She eyed him, his emotions clear to her. “Right?” She inclined her head toward the Sky Garden. “We saved it, and all it cost was a few dead terrorists. If I didn’t want to get shot, I wouldn’t chase dangerous men with guns.”

Erik couldn’t argue with that. Jia had known the danger that came with being a cop, and she had still become a detective. She understood that leaving the force to work for the Intelligence Directorate would be a greater risk. It also wasn’t like she’d never been shot before.

Part of respecting her was accepting she could take care of herself, even if she got banged up.

He took a few deep breaths and let them out. “Fine. Let’s get back to the hotel and contact Alina before some giant yaoguai dragon appears and starts laying waste to the city.”

Jia laughed. “That’s unlikely.”

“A lot of shit that happens to us is unlikely.”

 

* * *

 

“All’s well that ends well,” Alina offered with uncharacteristic cheer. “I didn’t anticipate such an immediate outcome, but I’m not going to complain about you two achieving it, either.”

Erik sat on the edge of a small bed, sparing a glance at Jia on occasion. She’d removed the initial medpatch and added two new ones, giving him an opportunity to see the bloody hole that had been torn through her hand. Willpower and adrenaline could do a lot in a fight, but it was never fun to get shot.

“Jia got shot,” Erik noted. “That’s not the best ending. It’s a clean hole, so the patches should be able to regenerate it pretty well, but we’re not walking into another assignment right away, even if it’s supposed to be easy. She needs to be at her best the next time a simple job turns more complicated.”

Jia shot him a frown, but she didn’t say anything. He shrugged back. It wasn’t about protecting her.

Having only partial use of a hand could get them both killed.

Alina sighed. “You’re right. You should return to Neo SoCal. I apologize that things got out of hand. The effort wasn’t supposed to be Herculean, but take heart that it wasn’t Sisyphean, at least.” She chuckled to herself. “I’ll handle all the cleanup. A lot of the loose ends can be pointed back at the terrorists, and from what you’ve already told me, between your helmets and Emma changing transponder codes so often, there isn’t much of a trail to lead to you. I’m surprised. Even trained agents can take a long time to get as good at hiding themselves, and you were bold public police officers not all that long ago.”

“Thanks, but that might not be enough,” Jia commented. “Don’t you think the local cops will figure out that someone helped solve their little terrorism problem for them?”

“Sure, but I’ve found over the years that local law enforcement often is willing to look the other way when something works out to their advantage. Many might even intuit that it was an ID op and are smart enough not to ask questions that will cause everyone trouble.”

“You felt the need to make a big official appearance to us when we were still with the NSCPD,” Erik replied. “You might have hidden some of that crap, but why be so in our face if that was what you expected?”

“Among other things, because even then, I wanted to leverage you as resources.” Alina let out a low chuckle. “And you two were already poking around in a lot of businesses I had an interest in. You weren’t normal cops, which was why I scouted you. Most cops wouldn’t be able to change gears in the middle of this kind of operation and stop a group of terrorists in between lunch and dinner.”

Erik bit down on a low growl. He didn’t like how lightly she was taking the situation, but he couldn’t accuse Alina of being someone who didn’t risk her own life.

He was far more concerned about something else.

“Did you know it’d be more than a little intel gathering?” Jia demanded, echoing Erik’s thoughts. “I’m not all that worried about my hand. It’ll heal, but I don’t like the idea of walking into a battle underprepared. We obviously handled it, but that doesn’t mean I like it.”

“Hmm.” Alina fell silent on the other end, not even her breathing audible. “I didn’t know about the plan, and I was honest about your mission briefing. Despite what you might believe, just because I work for the ID, it doesn’t mean I know what every random terrorist group is doing. I thought this was more about connecting with suppliers, not pulling off an op. My intel suggested the terrorists were scouting out Lagos, not ready to move already.”

Jia frowned. “That makes sense. They sourced the explosive locally, and it wasn’t that big a thing. They left less of a trail.”

“One of the advantages of having you two working for me is that I can send you out, and I know if things get a little more complicated than anyone expected, you’ll be able to handle it. And because you’re handling it, I can concentrate on other more opaque investigations that’ll pay off in the long run, including bigger threats like Talos.”

“That sounds like you’re giving us your busywork,” Erik noted.

“Sure, very bloody and dangerous busywork,” Alina replied. “If it makes you feel better, I’ll be as blunt as I can be. You two are assets to me, but you are valuable assets who might help me take down Talos. It’s not my goal or intention to waste your lives, and I’ll never expend them lightly.”

“But that doesn’t mean our lives are at the top of your concerns,” Erik noted. “Would you trade us if it meant you could be sure to take down Talos?”

Alina scoffed. “I might trade myself if I was certain it’d take down Talos. But despite my nickname, I’m still primarily in the intel game, which means I don’t want to do anything that risks you unnecessarily.”

“What if we’d decided not to pursue the terrorists?” Jia asked. “What if we’d decided it wasn’t worth the risk?”

“Then you’d have to live with your consciences.” Alina yawned. “I’m going to let you go so I can start cleanup and management of the situation. Thanks for your help. I’m sorry it turned it out rougher than expected, but I’m not going to guarantee that’ll never happen again. This line of work just isn’t that clean.”

Erik chuckled. “Yeah, well, I’d have to call bullshit if you tried to tell us it wouldn’t happen again.”

She snorted. “I’ll do everything I can to keep you alive. But for now, I have to go. Talk to you soon.” Alina ended the call.

Jia lay back on the bed and set her patched left hand on her stomach. “What a waste. I was hoping after this was all over, we could have a nice dinner here rather than just grabbing quick café food.” She frowned at him. “And come on, you don’t have to have a beignet everywhere. Expand your horizons.”

“Why can’t I?” Erik shrugged. “I had them on the Moon and Mars. I like to get that different local touch.”

Jia’s scowl vanished, an infectious smile taking over. No one would have known she’d been shot not all that long prior. “I’m just saying there’s good Nigerian in Neo SoCal, but we can get the pure, undistilled authentic experience here. We have choices other than beignets.”

“We could stick around for a little longer.” Erik sighed. “The terrorists are done, and she’s not going to give us a new assignment right away.”

“No. If Alina’s trying to clean this situation up, it’ll help if we’re not around in case someone did catch us on a camera. It wasn’t like we’ve had helmets on the entire time we’ve been in Lagos.” Jia rolled onto her side. “But you’re right. It’s been a while since we’ve had a real date, and I was hoping to have one before we end up stuck on a ship with Lanara and Cutter. I like them, but they kind of kill the mood.”

Erik nodded. “I can’t argue with that.”

Jia waved her hand. “Aching hands kill the mood, too, so let’s hope Alina gives us a few weeks to breathe.”

Erik nodded. It’d only take a few days for the medpatches to heal most of the wound. He was sure they could slip in some relaxation back in Neo SoCal before their new boss sent them after whatever bizarre terrorists or cyborgs were threatening the peace of the United Terran Confederation that week.

Jia snickered. “Who am I kidding?”

“What?”

“Half our dates end with us shooting at someone.” Jia rolled onto her back, a smirk on her face. “Does make me wonder, though.”

“About?” Erik prodded, noting she looked rather good just lying there. Focus.

“How you feel about all this?” Jia gestured toward the ceiling. “Everything. Being a cop was always a means to an end for you, and now we’ve worked a decent amount of time under Alina. We might still be junior ghosts by her standards, but we’ve already gutted an entire syndicate on Mars, saved an agent, and stopped terrorists.”

Erik stared for a moment longer, wondering if she was probing for discontent or simply curious.

He’d long ago decided to not hold anything back from her and saw no reason to start then. “It doesn’t feel that different than being a cop. I thought it’d be more straightforward, with less investigation, but if anything, it feels like the opposite. We have to do more of it ourselves because we can’t drag people in and interrogate them as easily, and we have to spend more time sneaking around in disguises.”

Jia gave a slight nod. She held her wounded hand above her and stared at it. “That’s what I was thinking, too. I expected things to feel different, but they don’t. I’m even a little more satisfied.”

“You are? Why is that?”

“All crime is important, but let’s be realistic. The kind of men threatening to drop something like the Sky Garden, let alone Talos, will hurt more people than the petty thugs we had to deal with as cops.” Jia lowered her arm. “Maybe that’s just me being a wood dragon.”

“Huh?” Erik furrowed his brow. “What are you talking about?”

Jia pursed her lips. “A stupid conversation I had with Imogen last week. She’s obsessed with Chinese astrology all of a sudden because of some stupid romance movie she saw. Twelve Men, Twelve Women.” She pointed to her heart. “I’m a wood dragon. According to her, that explains everything.”

“It does?” Erik didn’t know the first thing about astrology, Western or Eastern.

Jia nodded. “Because wood dragons are supposed to be courageous, strong, and intelligent, but introverted, and they have trouble with relationships.”

Erik snort-laughed. “Maybe there’s something to astrology, after all.”

“Just because I got shot doesn’t mean I can’t come over there.” Jia shook a fist.

“What about me? I was born in 2178.”

Jia sighed. “I don’t know. You’d have to ask Imogen.”

Emma’s holographic form appeared near the wall, but instead of her normal white dress, she wore a large-sleeved lavender gown, her hair up with a dragon hairpin. Her smirk remained the same.

“Who are you supposed to be?” Erik asked.

“The world’s first AI matchmaker?” Emma suggested with a shrug.

“That sounds like a nightmare,” Erik muttered. “That’s how the AI revolt happens, huh? Via our dating services? Maybe it already has.” He rubbed a cheek, thinking. “That would explain a lot about people.”

Emma sneered. “Be that as it may, Erik, I’m here to answer your question. You’re an earth tiger. You’re supposed to be brave and bold, but stubborn. Your particular combination also tends toward loyalty and adventure.”

“I kind of like that.” Erik grinned. “I might not believe in it, but who am I to talk? I’m only half-joking when I discuss the Lady.”

Jia eyed Emma with suspicion. “Matchmaker? What does astrology say about dragons and tigers?”

Emma’s sneer turned into a condescending smile. “It’s as if the universe planned this, Jia. Dragons and tigers have the best romantic compatibility. Perhaps I am truly a blessed matchmaker.”

“Ugh.” Jia groaned. “I better not tell Imogen about you, Erik. I’m surprised she didn’t ask already.”

Erik laughed. “You’re the one who was pushing us to date, and now you’re worried about our astrological compatibility?”

“We’re compatible because of personalities and chemistry, not because of…” Jia motioned with her hand and groaned again. “Astrology.”

“That says we’re compatible?” Erik shot her a grin.

She eyed him. “Don’t you start. You’ve got me almost believing in the Lady. The last thing I need is to start obsessing about astrology and lucky numbers.” She looked as if she had eaten a bad lemon.

“What?” he asked.

She turned to eye him, a rare look of concern visiting her face. “I’ll turn into my grandmother!”

Emma walked over to the bed and smiled down at Jia. “Would it help if I noted you flew mostly northwest to get to the Sky Garden, and that’s your unlucky direction?”

“Keep that up, and I’ll go to the MX 60, grab your core, and throw it off the side of this tower,” Jia threatened.

“So much enmity. I don’t know when I was born, but I must be a dog for you to hate me so.” Emma laughed.

Erik kicked off his boots and laid down on the other bed. It might have been a busy day, but if Jia could joke like that after getting shot, she was fine. Now all they had to do was get back to Neo SoCal without some terrorist group or conspiracy targeting them.

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Thrilling Wild Wednesday for July 8th, 2020

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An Action-Packed Snippet #2 for Shadows of Opinion!

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Here is your 2nd Action-Packed Snippet from Shadows of Opinion!

 

Are you ready to find out what happened when they landed? Did you see the first snippet? If not, why? LOL Be sure to read that one before this one. 🙂

 

Snippet #2

“All your boisterous bombers are accounted for inside the administration building,” Emma reported. “I’ll highlight their positions with nav markers for you upon arrival. I believe the terrorists already had access to the system since there are some anomalies I couldn’t account for during my initial probe, and it’s slowing my attempts to take over the entire system.”

Jia tilted her head to avoid a low-hanging branch. They were almost at the administration building, but the situation could come down to seconds.

She wouldn’t let those scum win, no matter what.

“If the terrorists have already hacked the system, couldn’t they have dropped the Sky Garden remotely?” Erik asked. “Why go through the trouble of coming here?”

“There is no external access to the most relevant subsystems,” Emma explained. “For once, one of your pitiful engineering fleshbags thought pretty far ahead.”

“How are we doing on the evacuation?” Jia asked. “Any hostages?”

“Most guests and staff are on their way to escaping or already have left,” Emma replied. “I took the liberty of disguising myself as a local government official to expedite matters. Surprisingly, no one tried to interrogate my account credentials. I’d prepared a complicated solution for that, but most fleshbags should be off the Sky Garden within five minutes. I’ve seen no evidence of local staff being taken as hostages.”

“That’s good, but we might not have five minutes,” Erik muttered. “What about security bots? Any luck?” read more…

Jam-packed Week in Review June 28th- July 4th, 2020

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Jam Packed Week in Review for June 28th- July 4th, 2020

Did you see all of the exciting books we launched this week? Check out the list here: Week in Review

 

With 9 different books released this week, there’s surely something here to read on your holiday weekend.

 

Warmage: Unleashed:

Raven Alby is back at the academy and training her dragon. Time for final exams and the Festival of Dragons. No room for distractions like a tall, dark dragon trainer.

 

Waking Magic:

Solve a murder, save her mother, and stop the apocalypse? No problem. She has a foul-mouthed troll on her side.

 

Release of Magic:

Magic is Returning to Our World… Early. Detective Leira Berens case blew up in her face. A last-minute surge of magic was the only thing that kept her in one piece.

 

Protection of Magic:

Leira Berens magic continues to grow.​ Can she learn fast enough to fight off the Dark Forces on her own? A mysterious Elf known as the Fixer arrives to teach her.

 

Hawthorn Academy:

The only way to stop a threat is to destroy it…And last year, we discovered an enormous one. Temperance Fairbanks: the most powerful and sadistic water magus ever to set foot on campus.

 

Nightwalker 8:

The Nightwalker is on his last leg. Can he make it to the camp? What will he find when he gets there? He is determined to find out, letting no obstacle stand in his way, from the wilds of an overgrown Florida to the deeds that men do when given too much power. Wolfe has come for closure.

 

The Trials of Tristholm:

“Werewolves? You might as well glue sprinkles to a donkey and tell everyone it’s a rainbow colored unicorn.”

-Jedidiah Dawson before disappearing on the way to Tristholm.

Pirates of The Cretaceous: Bad Times Book 6:

Trapped in a prehistoric hell, the men (and woman) of the Ocean Raj will need all their courage and all their intelligence to escape back to the present.

 

Retaliation: Akio Revelations Book 2:

The Nosferatu were only the beginning. Now an even deadlier threat emerges. The Weretigers of the Sacred Clan hid in plain sight for centuries. Their new leader plans to show the world who the apex predators truly are.

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Holiday Weekend Fan’s Pricing Saturday July 4th, 2020

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Akio’s Exciting 2nd Snippet For His Latest Release!

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Exciting 2nd Snippet for Retaliation!

 

The Palace, Tokyo, Japan

“Wow!” Asai exclaimed. “I can’t believe how crazy the past three days have been. We have had a line around the building from before daylight until we closed every day.”

“We certainly have been busy,” Yuko agreed. “I’m glad I listened to Eve and bought the property next door. Looks like we’re going to have to expand sooner than I thought.”

“Told you so,” Eve chimed in. “With the new simulations I have in beta testing, we will be this busy for the foreseeable future. Bringing Seki and his gamer friends in to test the simulations has really paid off. Some of their ideas for the first-person shooter games are really good and have proven to be extremely popular.”

“Plus, Seki gives Asai something to think about besides work,” Koda chided with a grin.

Asai blushed and stuck her tongue out at her cousin, causing everyone in the office to burst out laughing.

Koda returned to working on the computer at her desk. She pushed her chair back, her eyes wide as she looked at the screen.

“What’s wrong with you, Koda?” Asai asked. “You look like you’ve seen a ghost or something.”

Koda frowned. “I can’t believe what I’m seeing here. It can’t possibly be right.

“Well, what is it?” Asai pressed. read more…

BundlePalooza Wild Wednesday July 1, 2020

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Welcome to Wild Wednesday for July 1, 2020

 

Each week we bring you a list of books from not only LMBPN authors, but also friends of ours, that are on sale! Here’s a fantastic opportunity to discover some new authors or some exciting books you may not have seen yet.

 

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FINALLY!!! It’s Here! The First Snippet for Shadows of Opinion!

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Snippet #1 for Shadows of Opinion!

 

I’ve been asking the author several times a week to move this launch forward, but he hasn’t! Ugh! Time for Pitches and Matchfork crews to unite! After reading the 3 snippets I have for you, I know you’re going to be right there with me. July 10 can’t come soon enough! But, here’s a little taste of what’s to come. Enjoy!

 

Jia’s mini-flitter zoomed forward, surging past Erik’s vehicle. She dove under a web of sky bridges connecting the nearby packed towers. There wasn’t even the smallest hint of hesitation in her flight despite the tiny distances separating her head from…

Well, to be truthful, an untimely decapitation.

Erik growled in frustration as their targets receded into the distance. Earlier, there had been a group of armed men astride mini-flitters, and now they were turning into dots.

“Don’t worry.” Jia narrowed her eyes. “We’ve still got eyes on them. They’re not getting away.” read more…

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Retaliation, Akio Revelations Book 2 Snippet!

 

Did you love the first book, Reprisal? Want some more Akio? Then get ready for a ride! The first snippet for Retaliation, book 2 in the Akio Revelations series!

 

Miko regained consciousness in total darkness, his throat dry and his body weak. He groggily tried to sit up but was stopped abruptly after only rising centimeters off the ground. He reached out and touched the obstruction, a rough, unforgiving surface that it took his addled brain a few seconds to realize was stone.

He struggled to get his thoughts in order, and suddenly, the memories from earlier came back to him. The seemingly abandoned base, the smell of smoke, the kitchen filled with…. His eyes shot open wide in the darkness as he remembered the dead cook, lying on the floor in the kitchen and him trying to get to the stairwell in the hangar to call back the Weres. That was the last conscious memory he had, but judging from the current predicament he was in more had gone wrong, much more.

He assessed his situation and determined that he was on his back and buried under an indeterminable amount of stone. Luckily, he had ended up in an area where the hangar had collapsed in a way that left him sheltered in a small opening. read more…

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