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Happy October! We have a treat for everyone. We’ve dropped the Kindle price of In the Service of the King, the first Crimson Hawks Adventure, to $1.99. The eBook price will be falling in other channels as well over the next few weeks. The story of James Markson and the Crimson Hawks is a fun swash and buckle adventure, with several twists and turns along the way.
Author Harry Heckel has been focused on his other projects this year, including work with Harper Voyager under his pen name of Jack Heckel (with his co-author John Peck). If you enjoyed Once Upon a Rhyme from Harper (on sale currently at 99 cents!), you may enjoy the drier humor of the Crimson Hawks. We’re in discussions with Harry on the second book in the Crimson Hawks series. Check in for excerpts.
Additionally, we’ve also reduced the price on Harry’s black powder dark fantasy series, the Krueger Chronicles. The eBook prices of Souls of the Everwood and Balefire and Brimstone have already gone down to $1.99 on Amazon and should also fall soon on other channels.
All three books are available in print from Amazon, but those prices will remain the same.
Congratulations to our author Harry Heckel and his co-author John Peck! Their series of novels, The Charming Tales, is being published by Harper Voyager under the pen name Jack Heckel. The first book, Once Upon a Rhyme, is available for pre-order and will be released on August 26. The second book, Happily Never After, is also available for pre-order and will be released on November 11.
Of course, there’s no need to wait to read Harry’s work – you can pick up HeroNet Files, The Krueger Chronicles (Souls of the Everwood and Balefire and Brimstone) or In the Service of the King right now!