Monday, February 24, 2020

The Executioner is now available

It’s here! It’s here! It’s finally here!

The Executioner is now available at all your major e-book stores. Here are just a few links: Amazon * Smashwords * Other 

It only took me five years to get here. There were times I really doubted myself, and my writing ability, but this fantastic blogging community always cheered me on, and believed in me. Thank you, my friends.

As previously discussed, I won't be doing all the marketing I did last time. Aside for showing off my books one my social media pages, I'm not going to bother with much else. I'm just going to focus on my next book. 

The Executioner

The past is never too far behind, or as innocent as it may seem.
Claire’s past is rearing its ugly head and threatening her life.
Alex has a love from his past who might wreck his future. New challenges are thrown their way can end both their lives, and that of those they love.

Most writers always have such nice custom images of their books. So I thought I would give it a try. 


  1. Congratulations! Glad your book is finally out in the world.

  2. Hi Murees - well done ... must be wonderful to see the book out and published. Love the cover - good luck ... and so pleased you're already writing your next book ... take care - cheers Hilary

    1. Thank you. It is such a big relief to finally publish it. The new book has been on my mind for a while.

  3. I think I'm feeling your anti-marketing plan, though I did send an email to some blog friends requesting shout outs. But I'm not going to worry over over it. Keep writing and moving forward. I think you're onto something!

    Should I read book one first?

  4. A triumph for you, Murees.


  5. A huge congratulations, Murees. Well done indeed. Love the cover.

  6. Congratulations, Murees! Each book is a huge accomplishment. Writers know and understand this more than anyone. I continue to wish you much success - never give up.

    I saw the post below this one and am sending many hugs on the loss of Abby. Totally understand, as we lost our beloved Wrangler in February, too.

    1. Thank you, Carol. My sympathies about Wrangler as well. It is one of the worst feelings, ever.

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