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For spooky season, I wanted to give away a spooky book!
- 1 person will win a paperback and ebook copy of When Dead Men Bleed
- 5 people will win an ebook copy of When Dead Men Bleed
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The giveaway ends October 29, 2022 at 11:59 CDT
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Don’t know what When Dead Men Bleed is about? Here’s the summary below:
Zeke the zombie has anger issues. Problem number two? Zombies are too fragile to fight.
Mythical creatures once lived behind an invisible barrier, terrified of humans. The barrier shattered, the surge of energy making the dead rise.
The human population was depleted from the apocalypse, allowing the second worlders to fight for control of the world.
Then the Bleeders rose.
Humans are dangerous.
Bleeders are worse.
Zeke is somewhere he shouldn't be: a hole-in-the-wall place to see illegal human fighting. He jumps in the ring in hopes of eating fresh, unprocessed human meat for the first time.
His prey reaches up and scratches him before disappearing into the crowd, a crackle of change in the air as it brings problem number three into light: zombies don't bleed.
So why is there blood running from his cheek?
Wattys & Waterlogged
My books didn’t get shortlisted for the Wattys, but that’s okay! That means I can go ahead and start getting Waterlogged ready to publish. I will be publishing the parts separately at first, so watch out for that announcement sometime next year.
Also, Waterlogged, Through the Dimension of Nightmares, and When the Sky Eats have been taken down from Wattpad. You can read them on Radish, or, if you’d rather, you can find them on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and your favorite bookish places.
Dead Men Trilogy Book 2
October 1st was When Dead Men Bleed’s 1-year birthday! I finished it late 2020 and had the second and most of the third book plotted out. However, between a move and the days between today, the spiral I’d had has vanished. I’m still looking, but as of right now, I still have not found it.
That being said, spooky season had me inspired. I’ve been real quiet this past year with my many projects, but I think I needed a bit of a break. But yesterday, I started jotting down plot points and things I wanted to happen in WDMB2. I’ve had seven chapters written for a little over a year now, and today, I’ve begun adding to it.
I can’t wait to see where this series will take me, especially since I remember almost nothing about what I’d wanted before. All I know is this version is already better.
I’m still working on Go. I was supposed to finish it forever ago, but I’ve hit a wall. That being said, I started writing it from a different angle, so that has helped a lot. I know where I want it to go, but I’m not sure where to end it anymore. But it'll come to me, and one day, you’ll get to finally read Stop’s sequel.
I went through Peridot and added a few more endings. I just didn’t feel right about it, like it was missing something. But NOW it is completely finished and I’m ready to edit and publish it. It reached over 100k (the size of The One-Hundred), making it the longest Replay Book in the series. It has 21 different endings. Will you be able to find the good ones?
I will have a cover reveal for Peridot soon, so watch out for that! The ebook is also available to purchase for ARC’s if you like reading raw, unedited books. Just head over to my shop to purchase it.
I plan on releasing Peridot on December 31, 2022, so mark your calendars! If you haven’t read the books yet, you can get them all at my shop.
Replay should have 5 more books after Peridot, and then it’ll be finished. One book for each character.
Get ready for a wild ride.
If you’ve been on my Smashwords profile lately, you’ll notice a new series has popped up: Underdogs.
I’ve been sitting on these books for two years, and plan to release them next year. I wanted to wait until Replay is finished, but I’m too excited for Underdogs. I’m 1/3 of the way through writing the 4th book, so wish me luck.
The release dates are tentative, so they are subject to change.
Thank you so much for reading, and please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Have a wonderful rest of your day!
For generations, men have been told to sit down and shut up. To man up and 'be strong'. But strength isn't pushing aside your problems and bottling up emotions. It takes strength to express how you feel, even if you aren't sure how to do that.
This book is amazing and has the potential to change many lives. It takes problems men have in day-to-day lives and walks them alongside scripture in a way that is easily digestible. That being said, it never comes across as patronizing, but rather as a friend that has come to offer advice, and I consider that a comfort.
All in all, this book is worth the read, even if you aren't male. I honestly believe everyone can learn something from this book, whether it's the role God has in our lives, learning the best way to structure our lives for the future, or even reassurance that it's okay to open up and be vulnerable even if it's in a small group of like-minded friends to keep each other accountable. This book is remarkable and absolutely wonderful in its own way with its great advice.
In John Grisham’s book “The Rainmaker” he tells the story of a once moral attorney, and I paraphrase, who crosses the line into deception and that line soon disappears. This seemingly suggests that if you are introduced to an idea or concept long enough, it becomes normal. A norm that is now introduced as truth. The bigger picture is the serpent introduced an alternative view of the tree to Adam and Eve in the garden that has since become a norm. Sin is progressive. I heard this saying “Sin takes you further than you want to go, keeps you longer than you wish to stay, and cost you far more than you are willing to pay.” The consequences of lifestyle changes and revised laws that we accept now, will become our children’s children code of conviction, because it will be the only thing they know. The reality is you can’t unlearn what you know, until you understand the truth about what you know. This concept is called Deconstruction.
“Man Cave under Construction” –Stephen B. Wright
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. The only issue I had were formatting issues.
This was well written and very well thought out. It was short, sweet, and to the point, and I enjoyed it.
I love the way this book is written. It really feels like you’re plopped right down in the middle of an old detective movie. The characters felt well rounded and the descriptions were smooth and stimulated your senses, making you feel like you were really there.
I’d recommend this to anyone who wants to dip their toes into short detective books.
A killer is on the loose in NYC.
Someone has a grudge, and he has all the trademarks of a serial killer. But is it the original, or a copycat? Are his victims related? Who is his next target?
Can I solve these questions in time, before another person gets slaughtered?
About the Author:
Miguel Angel Hernandez Jr. is a published author who specializes in murder and mystery novellas. However, he loves to keep things fresh and interesting by dabbling in suspense, humor, horror, action, and even sci-fi.
His bestselling series, “Griffin Knight” centers around the adventures of renowned New York City detective Griffin Knight, a lone wolf who has a penchant for dangerous situations — even those beyond his jurisdiction.
As a writer, Hernandez aims to please. That is why, as one of his favorite pastimes, he scours the internet for reviews on his books so he can spin stories that truly resonate with his readers.
His influence goes beyond literature and taps into the world of TV, with favorites such as Perry Mason, Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, Jack Reacher, Dirty Harry, Paul Kersey, and Ace Attorney.
Hernandez bachelor's degree from the University at Buffalo and likes to go to church with family, watch anime, and work out during his downtime.
To grab a copy of Hernandez’s bestselling series, visit https://amzn.to/3xXgKP4 today.
Visit him on Instagram here.
He is currently working on the sequel to this book! So get ready for a series if you enjoy this first book.
This book is absolutely amazing. I couldn't put it down. I savored every word, and it was even cooler since I have a lot of Irish in my blood, so I learned a lot from it. The way Patrick writes his letters is captivating. and wonderful... as a writer, it makes me so very happy. Having the cliffnotes alongside reading did a justice for me, and really helped with the context and helped me understand what was happening and what he was going through. I found my heart breaking for these people, especially Hanora, whom I loved dearly.
The ending was the best part, I think. It was... perfect in every way. This story is absolutely amazing. It's crazy to think about all the events that happen in your life, the ones that have led you to where you are now. How many more things will happen, and where will you land once they've played out?
I have a few quotes that I actually ended up highlighting becasue they struck a chord in me.
"I played the fool I suppose but they cannot hang me twice."
"One will climb over the dying body of another to profit themselves."
"The few benefits of being hanged I suppose is that I have the luxury of selecting my last thoughts."
There are plenty others, but I leave you with those. Ultimately, this book has quickly become one of my favorites.
History tells us that Patrick O’Donnell was hanged in Newgate prison on December 17th 1883 for the murder of James Carey, the infamous Phoenix Park killer and notorious Irish informer… History however tells us almost nothing of the man and his extraordinary life. Discover the truth about Patrick from the Great Hunger to the typhoid sheds of Quebec; from is service in the Louisiana 4th battalion of the Confederate army and capture at Chattanooga in 1863 and the O’Donnell murders at Wiggan’s Patch in Pennsylvanian; and finally to that fateful day on The Melrose off the cast of port Elizabeth where he put three bullets into Carey. Learn from his own words what really happened. Was he a British agent, hero of Ireland or something else altogether? The last days of this condemned man were spent recording his life in a series of letters which remained undiscovered for 133 years. Letters only recently uncovered and published for the first time herein.