Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Since Halloween is coming up, I’ve decided to give away free ebooks of my dark, psychological suspense thriller, Net Switch on Halloween ONLY.

Synopsis: In the dead of winter, Sydney Hayes finds herself in an internet chat room in hopes of expelling her loneliness. Enchanted by a stranger, she soon finds herself caught up in an affair that spills over into her everyday life. Within a short period of time, the stranger captures her mind, her body and eventually her heart, but excitement turns to terror and Sydney must abandon the life she built in Chicago and assume a new identity.

A fragile woman in a new city, Sydney tries to put it all behind her as she makes a fresh start in Seattle, but her troubles follow her and she is running out of time. Feeling as though she has no other choice, Sydney is determined to destroy him before he destroys her, unaware that her journal holds the key.

Will she discover the secret before it is too late?

Do one of the following ON HALLOWEEN to get your free eBook copy of Net Switch:

- Like my Facebook Page -|
- Follow me on Twitter -
- Follow me on Pinterest -

Once you do one of the above, stop by my author website,, browse around (if you’d like), go to the Contact page and let me know which one of the above you did and if you’d like a Kindle or Nook format. Please make sure you provide a legitimate email account, because that account is where I’ll send your free copy.

Lastly, I ask that you please leave an honest review on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Goodreads. A few lines to let other readers know what you liked or didn’t like about the book is appreciated. Reviews and word of mouth help the visibility of Indie Authors. Thanks much!

Halloween and Free,


  1. Yay! I just put a post-it note on my screen so I can remember that tomorrow. I'm hoping I'll be able to gift it while it's free in honor of all Hallow's Read. If not, I'm still going to give one to someone today.

    1. I know I copied off of you regarding the Halloween Free books, but I figured Net Switch would fit into this scary category. Thanks much.