It’s E.G. Michaels. I’m still very early stage writing my next book, a post-apocalyptic thriller, so I don’t have anything new to share at this time. (For example: I’ve changed the book’s title twice so I can’t even tell you the upcoming book’s name.)
I took a quick glance at the calendar and realized most of the month had already passed without getting this monthly newsletter out my virtual door.
Without further ado, let’s get into this month’s shorter than usual newsletter…
Now Available: “On Borrowed Time”
In case you missed last month’s newsletter or recently signed up, the latest Kyle Simmons book, “On Borrowed Time” was officially released on June 27th.
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Thanks Again Street Team
I want to thank the E.G. Michaels Street Team members for helping make “On Borrowed Time” one of my most successful new releases yet.
Rest assured, I’ll be in touch about my next release in the coming months including advanced reader copies. (For more information about my street team and what is involved, please visit this page: http://egmichaels.com/join-e-g-michaels-street-team-today/ )
I have two books I’d like to recommend this month.
Felix “O” O’Connor is an ex-con who has spent seven years trying to put his past far behind him.
That all changes when his sister and brother-in-law are attacked and their daughter goes missing. Nobody saw a thing and the police are struggling to find clues on his niece’s whereabouts.
In a race against the clock, O’Connor rushes to find his niece before it’s too late.
In my opinion, “21 Hours” starts a little slow but it’s worth sticking with it as the action picks up significantly and story ending is a great one.
My second book recommendation is “Hot Zone” by Steven Konkoly.
I was fortunate to receive an advanced reader copy of this book and I’m glad that I did.
The best way to describe “Hot Zone” is a fast-paced thriller novel set in the middle of a pandemic outbreak which is quickly getting out of control.
The story follows a group of people from seemingly different backgrounds who will eventually meet and team together.
I’m reluctant to say too much because I don’t want to spoil the story for you.
Rest assured, I give “Hot Zone” two thumbs way up and I’m looking forward to the sequel which is likely to come out this fall.
So What’s E.G. Writing Next?
As I mentioned last month, I’m working on a new post-apocalyptic book series which will be 2-3 books in length. The first two books are outlined and I’m currently writing the first book. More details to come in next month’s newsletter.
Until next time,