After numerous project delays and a variety of unexpected red tape to jump through, I will be ready to release Pirate’s Redemption in the final week of June, only a month behind schedule. That’s actually not bad in terms of a first book. There are still a lot of moving parts to this, but I would expect Pirate’s Redemption to be live in most e-stores in the final week of June.
Brackburn Publishing now boasts a cover and the official back copy for the book, which is very exciting. It is also on the front page of the Brackburn Publishing website.
This is the description and cover for the book.
The current going price for the e-book is $3.99.
One last treasure.
One last chance.
Plunder the plunderers.
Fourteen years ago, John Rackham’s mother spent a single night with Billy Jack Thatcher, the pirate she loved. The next morning he was gone, never to be heard from again, his only memory the child growing within her. Now he has unexpectedly returned with a tale of treachery and betrayal. In the years between he has turned privateer for the British, returning the treasures he had taken. Fourteen years of penance. One last treasure remains and John’s father is a free man – and he wants John to accompany him to witness his final redemption.
But there are those who do not wish John’s father to succeed, both British and pirate. Billy Jack’s former captain, one of the most feared pirate captains to sail the Spanish Main, will stop at nothing to protect his gold. But he bears a dark grudge against Billy Jack, one that goes far deeper than lost gold.
A fast-paced high seas adventure like no other, filled with memorable characters and intense action,Pirate’s Redemption is an extraordinary journey as unpredictable as the sea.