Weavers is deal of the day on Amazon today!

Just in case you didn’t score a digital copy yet, Weavers is just $1.99 on Amazon for the rest of September 30th!


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7 Responses to Weavers is deal of the day on Amazon today!

  1. Danielle says:

    I really loved Weavers. I read a lot and have seen many movies. I usually figure out what is going on fairly early. Weavers truly surprised me! I really enjoy most all of your books (I have read all but a couple). Hoping for more from you … especially the sequel to Weavers.

    • admin says:

      Hi Danielle,

      Thanks for checking out Weavers, and I love that it caught you off guard! Although the sequels to Weavers are written, there are no plans to release them at this time. Unfortunately, Weavers sold below expectations, and unless there is a resurgence for it the sequels are likely to stay with a lot of other books that may never see the light of day.


      • Ryan says:

        Any new novels coming out this year? Love your writings but you’ve seen to have gone missing!


        • admin says:

          Hi Ryan,

          I wish I had an answer for you, I just don’t, and at this point 2017 seems highly unlikely for any new works. What I can tell you is that I’ve been writing like crazy, my editor and I just need to agree on a good fit for publication. Hopefully that will be soon, and I’ll be sure to post about it once it happens. Thanks for reading, and for being patient.


  2. eBookDaily says:


    “Nickel Plated” is highlighted today on eBookDaily.com:


  3. Jim Naremore says:

    Hey Aric,

    Wasn’t sure where to leave this thought, but this thread seems sort of active, so I’ll leave it here even though it’s off topic a bit…

    I picked up a copy of Good and Useful Hurt a while back, based mostly on the back cover teaser… I finally got around to reading it and finished it on a plane yesterday… I wanted to thank you for it… I truly enjoyed the read.

    Primarily because I know Mike (both of them) Deb, Becky, Lamar, and Doc… Not really obviously, but they are people that I recognize from my life, and I can easily relate to them… It’s great to find a set of good characters in a book and be able to say “Hell, I KNOW these people!”… And to like them and care about them… And enjoy the story… So again, thanks for the read…

    On that point, I’ve got a weird question… My first novel came out last year on a small press to pretty solid reviews… I’m writing my second now and a lot of the plot centers on tattoos and tattoo artists… Could I pick your brain about a couple of things? I’d appreciate it…

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