Tuesday, 25 November 2014

My latest WWI novel available for preorder!

My latest World War One action novel, Digging In, is coming out December 5 and is available for preorder. The story takes up where Trench Raiders left off and continues the adventures of Crawford, Willoughby, and Thompson, while introducing some interesting new characters. Here's the blurb.

October 1914: The British line is about to break.

After two months of hard fighting, the British Expeditionary Force is short of men, ammunition, and ideas. With their line stretched to the breaking point, aerial reconnaissance spots German reinforcements massing for the big push. As their trenches are hammered by a German artillery battery, the men of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry come up with a desperate plan--a daring raid behind enemy lines to destroy the enemy guns, and give the British a chance to stop the German army from breaking through.

Digging In is the second in a new series of World War One action novels that will follow the brave men of the BEF through the major battles of the First World War a hundred years after they happened. The Battle of Ypres was the first of many great slaughters on the Western Front, and it was there that both sides learned the true horror of the world's first global conflict.

It's now available on Amazon, Amazon UK, and all the other Amazons. It's also available on Smashwords and will soon be at all other major ebook outlets.


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Awesome!! Will shout out for you when it's released.

Jack Badelaire said...


Sean McLachlan said...

Alex: Feel free to shout out now. Sales during the prorder period accumulate and end up being counted all on the first day. Great for the rankings.
Sorry I've been a bit quiet over on your blog (and indeed this one). NaNo and some nonfiction assignments have me slammed. I'll be better in December.

Jack: Thanks!

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