Coming this summer…
Thomas Dietrich didn’t look for trouble but It always found a way to slither up from the depths of Hell to find him.
Set in the 1950’s, Dietrich’s Nashville brings to life the secret files of the monster-hunting, hard living, Nashville PI as he battles the werewolves, vampires, and demons that roam his city’s streets after the sun sets. Told in the classic noir-style, each story will drag you to Hell and back, leaving you begging for more.
As a way to celebrate the audio release of ‘The Bishop of Port Victoria’ and a couple of upcoming short stories releases (To be announced when I have a release date), we’re having a contest. Top prize is a $50. Amazon gift card. Other prizes included signed copies of ‘Black Pulp’ and ‘The Bishop of Port Victoria’, as well as freebies from Audible.com.
Click on the link below or the ‘Giveaway’ link on each of Alan’s book’s fan pages on Facebook. The way the contest works is that you gain points for each page you like or signing up for the mailing list or other fun things. The more points, the more chances you get to win. And some things can be done daily, so you can increase your chances by coming back, again and again.
Good luck and have fun. And mostly, thank you to reading!!!
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I just realized that I didn’t update the website with the news about this. Preditors & Editors is a great website, filled with tons of content designed to help new and professional writers. Each year, they sponsor a contest for their readers to vote and pick their favorites for the year.
This year, I was entered into a few of the categories and here are the results…
Best Steampunk Short Story: The Celeste Affair by D. Alan Lewis:
Best Steampunk Novel: Keely by D. Alan Lewis:
Top Ten Finalist for Best Author:
Top Ten Finalist for Best Book Cover Art:
Big thanks to everyone who voted for me!!!