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Villains of Their Own Kind – limited free promotion at the Kindle Store

“When heroes become impotent, what you need… is a villain.”

Villains' Cover ArtVillains of Their Own Kind is a full novel, written by me over the course of several years, which follows the exploits of a group of self-proclaimed Supervillains, as they travel around the fictional world of the near future (2024, to be exact).

Is is an adventure story, rife with action sequences befitting the big-screen, and also a parody-satire of pop culture, the world we live in, and the Superhero/action/fantasy/sci-fi genres. It is also a story about love, friendship, and freedom in a world that increasingly tells you what to think.

To accept it, is to defy convention.

Since the entire story is something of a juggernaut, and my available time is extremely limited, I’ve cut it down to 4 parts, the first of which is available on  Amazon’s Kindle Store. Until this Sunday, it can be downloaded for free!
Despite the name, you do not need a Kindle device, in order to access and read the story. There is even an option to view it straight on your browser.

For all who might be interested, here are some additional links:

Categories: General, Satire, Stories

Villains of Their Own Kind – Now Free at Amazon.com

“When heroes become impotent, what you need… is a villain.”

Villains' Cover ArtVillains of Their Own Kind is a full novel, written by me over the course of over three and a half years, which follows the exploits of a group of self-proclaimed Supervillains, as they travel around the fictional world of the near future (2024, to be exact).

Is is an adventure story, rife with action sequences befitting the big-screen, or a video game. It is also a parody-satire of pop culture, the world we live in, human behavior, and the Superhero/action-hero genre. It is also a story about love, loyalty, and freedom in a world that increasingly tells you what to think, and how to think it.

To accept it, is to defy convention.

Since the entire story is something of a juggernaut, and my available time is extremely limited, I’ve cut it down to 4 parts, the first of which is available through Amazon.com. For this weekend only, it is available for free!
You can get it on any Kindle device, an iPad or iPhone, or a PC – there’s even an option to read it straight on your browser through ‘Kindle Cloud’.

If I got you interested, here are the links that will help you get started:

I’ve also taken the time to create a one-minute trailer, which I originally recorded in 2009. Hopefully, you can see past the limited production values – this is essentially a one-man operation 🙂

Categories: General, Satire