From May 6th to May 13th you can snag a copy of Sam Finch and the Zombie Hybrid for only $0.99. This is the first book in a trilogy that I’m writing with George R.R. Martin-style quickness, and it’s shaping up to be the not-quite-as-popular-as-the-Harry-Potter-series set of books you’ve been waiting for. How can you pass up a deal like that? The second book is also available (get it here), and I’m hoping to have the final book out prior to my death (okay, so it’s on the drawing board to be completed later this year or early next year) or at least before something as unimaginable as a sequel to The Z Club comes out (is that really so out of the question?…[the short answer is hell no]).
1999…Hugh Talbot was on top of the world. A child prodigy, he graduated high school at fifteen, dropped out of UC Berkeley at seventeen, and started an online company poised to make millions…until the dotcom bubble burst.
Fifteen years later, Hugh has sold the company for peanuts, squandered all the money, and struggles to co-parent his estranged fourteen year old daughter. He works as a janitor, but that hasn’t stopped him from holding onto the past, perpetually searching for the Next Big Thing.
Salvation comes in the form of a mysterious phone call. The caller offers Hugh an opportunity he can’t refuse: a top secret project that requires extensive travel, and if he completes the job, he will walk away a millionaire.
Hugh is given a window into the past. He soon realizes that the past comes in many versions, that every decision carries life-altering consequences, and that true love never dies.
But now that he can look into the past, the question is, can he change it?