Scott Whitmore interviewed by fellow author Kevin Rau

Recently 40 West Media author Scott Whitmore had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kevin Gerald Rau, author of the H.E.R.O. series. Kevin (follow him @kevin_rau) is a full-time computer program and system administrator, he does the art work for his superhero characters, which look super-cool as you can see by the picture above of Rampart.

“H.E.R.O stands for Homeland Extraordinary Response Organization (H.E.R.O. and the series is about the superheroes of Metrocity. You get all the great benefits of a novel – the dialog, thought process, quirks, interpersonal relationships and so on, plus all the action of a comic book (without the pictures).”

To learn more about Kevin and his H.E.R.O. novels, take a look around his website.

To read the interview, click here.

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“Carpathia” gets first review

Author and blogger C.C. Cole was kind enough to read Carpathia, and write a 4-star review on her blog and Amazon.com, which included the following:

“The characters are interesting, well developed, and the action picks up and moves at a pace with enough surprises to keep the reader’s attention with minimal confusion.  For readers that like manly heroes, beautiful women, vampires, werewolves, steampunk backdrop with the added interesting element of dirigibles in the air!”

To read the full review click here.


“Carpathia” now available in paperback

Prefer your books the old-fashioned way? As in … a real book? No problem. Carpathia, the debut novel by Scott Whitmore, is now available in paperback at Amazon (click here) for the low price of $8.

Carpathia tells the story of Daniel Jameson’s search for revenge against the vampire that killed his fiance. After spending years trying to locate and destroy Prince Radu Zeklos, the vampire that killed Amanda, Jameson finds a solution to his problem when in the summer of 1882 the King of Romania decides to host an international race of “self-propelled ground machines” through the Carpathian Mountains.

Four nations — Germany, England, France and the United States — are set to take part in the race, and Jameson finds allies in Major William “Stump” O’Brien, the American team’s military liaison, and Olivia Lowenby, the daughter of the man responsible for building the English vehicle and a woman who also desires revenge against the vampire for the death of her brother.

Initially opposed to the race because if successful it will destroy the “traditional way of life” for Romania’s vampires and werewolves, Prince Zeklos has changed his mind. He too seizes the contest as an opportunity to achieve something he has spent years dreaming of: the creation of a new nation of the undead, Carpathia.

With airships battling in the skies and humans fighting undead creatures on the ground, “Carpathia” is filled with action and plot twists as Jameson and Zeklos maneuver to achieve their very different goals.


Carpathia now available direct from Amazon.com for Kindle

We’re pleased to announce Scott Whitmore’s debut novel, Carpathia, is now available for sale directly from Amazon.com in the Kindle eBook format. Click here.


“Carpathia” now available in eBook formats at Smashwords

Carpathia by Scott Whitmore

Available for Kindle, Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, others. Order at Smashwords.com.

Synopsis

After spending years trying to locate and destroy Prince Radu Zeklos, the vampire that killed his fiancé, Daniel Jameson finds a solution to his problem when in the summer of 1882 the King of Romania decides to host an international race of “self-propelled ground machines” through the Carpathian Mountains, a story told in “Carpathia,” a Steampunk/Paranormal novel.

Four nations — Germany, England, France and the United States — are set to take part in the race, and Jameson finds allies in Major William “Stump” O’Brien, the American team’s military liaison, and Olivia Lowenby, the daughter of the man responsible for building the English vehicle and a woman who also desires revenge against the vampire for the death of her brother.

Initially opposed to the race because if successful it will destroy the “traditional way of life” for Romania’s vampires and werewolves, Prince Zeklos has changed his mind. He too seizes the contest as an opportunity to achieve something he has spent years dreaming of: the creation of a new nation of the undead, Carpathia.

With airships battling in the skies and humans fighting undead creatures on the ground, “Carpathia” is filled with action and plot twists as Jameson and Zeklos maneuver to achieve their very different goals.


“Rhythm of Redemption” now available for Kindle at Amazon.com

Pleased to announce Katherine Whitmore’s debut novel, “Rhythm of Redemption,” is now available at Amazon.com in Kindle format. Click here to buy.


“Rhythm of Redemption” now available in eBook format

Rhythm of Redemption by Katherine Whitmore

For Daniel Shaw to start living, death had to come first.

In life he was selfish, tested the boundaries and chose to cut out certain parts of himself. Dead within two weeks of his eighteenth birthday, a reborn Shaw bursts into the afterlife as a gargoyle — a protector of those who believe.

Encased in stone during daylight hours, Daniel breaks free each night to struggle with his own death and the new purpose put in front of him.

While trying to sort out what really matters, what’s right, and what life is all about, Daniel meets other undead creatures, including a vampire he is told to hunt down and destroy.

Is it ever too late to find the path to redemption?

Available for Kindle, Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, others. Order at Smashwords.com.