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SAVE THE WORLD is Available Today!


By Marie Robinson

Safety was never guaranteed. Hollis Palmer thought that, after stopping the aliens from blowing up Austin and rescuing Mia, he would be free to live his life in peace – at least as much peace as could be expected from a world overrun with aliens. But the aliens have other plans. All around him, Hollis […]

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Excerpt: Save the World


By Marie Robinson

“Say … Torchy,” Hollis said. “How did you know the aliens were coming?” “Because they always come.” “All right … ” he said, shifting on the couch and giving Mia another of those Why the fuck are we here? looks. “So how did you know when they’d come … this time, I guess.” “Because there […]

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SAVE THE GIRL is Available Today!


By Marie Robinson

How will Hollis get out of this one? Hollis Palmer doesn’t want to face Brendan Banks again – the last time he did, he was nearly killed. But Brendan has kidnapped Mia and new friend Carol, who might be the only person who knows how to interpret the data discovered inside a case Hollis stole […]

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Excerpt: Save the Girl


By Marie Robinson

Vika looked at the bloody phlegm on her appropriated desk, probably to remind Hollis that the tables had flipped, and that it was his turn to try and win favor. “I could give you away for a few guns and spun sugar,” Vika said, “or I could take a chance at losing a sure thing […]

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SAVE THE CITY is Available Today!


By Marie Robinson

WHEN ALIENS INVADE, ONLY A CON MAN CAN SAVE THE DAY. Hollis Palmer is not a good man. An unapologetic thief and womanizer, he has no time for anything that won’t profit him directly. So while the rest of the world is staring up in shock as aliens race toward Earth, Hollis is busy stealing […]

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Excerpt: Save the City


By Marie Robinson

“Okay. Enough’s enough. Pull over.” The Bee Cave exit was ahead. They were fifteen minutes from Thomas’s house, tops. Mia floored it. The car leapt again, aimed for the exit. “I said pull over.” “That’s just what I’m doing.” “Not at the exit!” “Why? Worried I can talk my way out of this but you […]

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Why We Don’t Censor Ourselves


By Sean Platt

Every now and then, we receive an email (or an unsubscribe notice) complaining about the language we sometimes use. It usually goes something like this: “I really appreciate all the writing advice and indie publishing information you give away for free, but I can’t tell my writers’ group from church about it because you sometimes […]

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