Sarah and Legion free weekend...

I keep a pretty simple rule on writing. I only write it if its fun to write and interesting to read

Sarah and Legion ( is a free download this weekend.

I never really planned on writing this one. When I wrote "Mackenzie: An Assassin's Tale" it was primarily to purge out the darkness within me. I figured I would just write the one book and stop there...

little did I know.

One of these was a simple nightmare about being stuck on a sand-bar with a group of survivors. Intelligent sharks were lobbing dead sea-turtles at us and I was warned that the sea-turtle bodies were traps (somehow). There was a nun with us who was somehow immune to the sharks. I expanded this simple nightmare into Aecor Legion, a short story tagged on to the end of "Mackenzie: An Assassin's Tale." This actually serves as the beginning of "Sarah and Legion." I've included the short-story here for anyone curious as to how 'Sarah and Legion' begins:


Aecor Legion
Trans-Pacific Flight 333 flew through the dark and cold night. It was a single beam of light piercing the darkness of the night over the empty vastness of the ocean. It was a long flight, from Sydney, Australia to LA. For most passengers this was either a vacation, in which case there was no small amount of excitement, or a business trip, in which case there was no small amount of boredom. For one passenger, this was a flight of shame. The trip to Australia was one of boldness and in hindsight, a bit of pride. Sister Sarah had joined the convent in her ecstasy of faith and reverently obeyed her mother superiors commands to travel to the far corner of the earth to serve in a missionary field. Chastity, virtue, sobriety, purity were her tools as she served as a bride of Christ.