The DarkFuse Books

As many of you have noticed, several of my books have mysteriously disappeared from retail sites. When DarkFuse, the publisher of these works, went out of business, the rights reverted back to me. Rather than hurry to self-publish them or enter into a rushed agreement with a different publisher, I decided to take my time and investigate all of my options. Ultimately, I decided to re-release the titles using a service Trident Media Group (the world’s greatest literary agency) provides for its clients. The structure of this deal allows me to maintain a considerable amount of control over the product and pricing, while gaining access to an exclusive agreement with Amazon beyond that of a traditional self-publishing arrangement. It also allows me to utilize some amazing talent for the cover art (and saves me about a million hours of beating my head against the screen trying to design them myself), as you’ll all soon see.

Watch this space during the coming weeks for announcements detailing the release dates and artwork for SNOWBLIND, SNOWBLIND: THE KILLING GROUNDS, SUNBLIND, UNIDENTIFIED, and ANCIENT ENEMY. I want to extend my deepest thanks to those of you who’ve been waiting patiently for the resurrection of these titles. Your enthusiasm means the world to me!

12 thoughts on “The DarkFuse Books”

  1. Glad to hear that, Mike! I was able to get my father a few of your earlier books through eBay, (and of course, SUBHUMAN), but have been unable to find a good copy of SUNBLIND. (He’ll have a nice birthday gift, then!) πŸ˜‰

    1. Everything’s perfect from my perspective. 2017 was a banner year. I feel badly for the owner and other authors at DarkFuse, but this is just a hiccup for me. Thank you sincerely for your concern, though. I hope you’ll find my coming releases to your liking! πŸ™‚

  2. When an we expect ancient enemy to be reissued. It’s just about the only book of your I haven’t read.

    1. Hey Sandy! It’s available as an ebook, but I don’t think it’ll be released in paperback anytime soon. (I could be wrong.) If you don’t care how you read it, email me and I’m sure we can work something out. πŸ˜‰

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