Good Stuff to Distance With

I hope you’re keeping safe and healthy! The Kennedy household is weathering the storm so far, and is hunkered down for the long haul with lots of books!
Speaking of books, this week’s launch was “An Axe to Grind” by Jon R. Osborne. This book is Jon’s latest in the Four Horsemen Universe and is the fourth “Guild Wars” series main story line book.
The Omega War may have ended, but neither Earth nor the galaxy are at peace. Bjorn Tovesson III, commander of Bjorn’s Berserkers has returned to Earth. Bear Town is a smoldering ruin, and the Berserkers’ reputation is in the gutter. As Bjorn tries to chart a course for the Berserkers’ future, ghosts from the past haunt him.
Can Bjorn put aside the past? The Omega War may be over, but everyone still has an axe to grind.
Most people in most places are now shut-ins (and some places are getting pretty strict about it). That tells me that some good, low-priced entertainment is needed. CKP is here for you, with a variety of $0.99 books! That’s right–each of these books can be had for less than a buck! Get one for yourself and gift another!
Super-Sync by Kevin Ikenberry: Two crews must work together to bring a satellite back to Earth, but there are plans within plans, and no one is exactly who the others think they are. Who will come back with the satellite at the end of the mission…and who won’t come back at all? Get it here:
Cartwright’s Cavaliers by Mark Wandrey: The book that spawned the Four Horsemen Universe. You may have heard about it. You may even have read it. If so, introduce someone else to the 4HU…and if you haven’t read it, what are you waiting for? Get your copy here:
Salvage Title by Kevin Steverson: This book had a BookBub and sold over 1500 copies this weekend. Didn’t get your copy of the international bestseller? There’s still time! The fleet had already shown they didn’t want Harmon Tomeral in space, so getting there would be an uphill fight. Good thing his friends and crew were very much against fleet regulations! Get your copy here:
Three great books–all less than that cup of coffee you can’t go out and buy anymore! Check them out!

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