Well, it finally happened. BloodFlow is out in the world now. And you can get a copy of your very own. My copy hit my Kindle this morning. (Yes, I buy a copy of my own books.) So pretty.
If you've been following along all these years, you may remember this one as Nanotechnology. I started it in 2007. Spent the next two years off and on writing a first draft. Spent the next few years shoving it into a corner because I was afraid to edit it. It was such a behemoth with so many plot twists and turns and I wanted it to be perfect but I wasn't sure how to make it so.
I finally knuckled down, deleted a bunch of stuff, made it tighter - better, stronger, faster - and sent it through the editing process. My editor calls it a political thriller. She's probably right. After all, she knows it as well as I do, but from the outside, so she's more objective. I like to think of it as Vince Flynn meets Michael Crichton meets Tess Gerritsen inside my head and we all have a party. Woohoo.
So, without further ado, I give you BloodFlow:
If you're elsewhere in the world, it's available through whichever Amazon site you use. Check there for price and availability. If I read/wrote other languages, I'd be able to help you, but I'm English-only - as are my books.
Oh, and it's available for the Kindle Unlimited program. If you're a subscriber, you get to read it without any additional cost to you. Yay.