The full title for the second book in the Rented Souls-series has been announced as Reaper Town. Reaper Town follows from the ending of Rented Souls, and chronicles the further adventures of agents Dwarf and Swayze. The book is planned for an early December release.
The adventures of a man named Swayze and a misfit named Dwarf is finally within your grasp! This is the first of four books starring the pair of unlikely heroes (okay, one's a little more unlikely than the other), and promises to make you both scream and laugh, sometimes because it's funny, sometimes because it's scary, and sometimes just because you dropped it on your toe!
Eirik will be throwing a Launch Party for the release of his new book, Rented Souls. The party will be held on December 8th, shortly after its official release earlier that week.
The doors open at 19:30, and the program will start at 20:00. The program will consist of an introductory portion, an interview, and the reading of a short excerpt from the novel. You will also have the opportunity to buy the book, and have it signed by the author.
For more details check the event on facebook
Here it is, finally - the cover of Eirik's new horror/comedy, Rented Souls! The book will be available for purchase on Amazon from the 5th of December, and elsewhere within a month or two!
Rented Souls starts a new series of four books, focusing on the world of the supernatural, called the Ether, and the people who defend our own world against it.
Eirik Moe Dahll-Larssøn has launched a Patreon. You can now support his creative writing by donating a fixed amount a month. Through these contributions, you will be helping Eirik work towards a goal of being able to write full time, and thus keep up a steady stream of published work for you to enjoy.
Eirik Moe Dahll-Larssøn is happy to announce that his current project, the horror/comedy novel Rented Souls, will be released in the first week of December this year.
Rented Souls is the story of an accidentally immortal man accidentally joining a supernatural-creature-fighting agency. There's also a shirtless man with a mullet. It's a very particular kind of weird.
For a limited time you can now get the critically acclaimed In the Seraphim City for FREE on Kindle! The campaign will run for five whole days, (until midnight on Saturday the 27th).
The Midwest Book Review says it's "[...] honed through evocative, compelling descriptions that blend action with the sights, smells and sounds of another universe [...] a story line that sings to its readers."
For the next 48 hours (until midnight on Thursday the 15th, Pacific Standard Time), In the Seraphim City will be free on Kindle.
Critically acclaimed, Bookideas.com calls it "A complex, moving tale", and the Midwest Book Review says it's "[...] honed through evocative, compelling descriptions that blend action with the sights, smells and sounds of another universe [...] a story line that sings to its readers."
For the next 48 hours (until midnight on Saturday the 19th, Pacific Standard Time), In the Seraphim City will be free on Kindle.
Critically acclaimed, Bookideas.com calls it "A complex, moving tale", and the Midwest Book Review says "Darkly compelling [...] Fans of sci-fi, fantasy and mystery shouldn’t anticipate the usual genre read."
For the next 24 hours (all of Friday the 14th, Pacific Standard Time), In the Seraphim City will be free on Kindle.
Reviews have been very positive, and our hopes are to get the book into as many hands as possible.
"A futuristic city on the brink of self-destruction. The one man to save it lies dead. And from beneath, a wretched tide rises..."
In the Seraphim City is now available on Kindle!
The conversion has been fairly painless. Some problems with indentations still remain, but they are very minor, and will not likely hamper your experience. Still, as a recompense, the price point has been set at $2.99.
So now, whether you value convenience or the feel of real paper in your hands, the book can be yours to enjoy!
In the Seraphim City is set in a futuristic city on the brink of self-destruction. It tells the story of Theodore Donovan, a Private Investigator, hired by the police to find who killed beloved activist Ian Allant.
It is about the lies we tell, what we do to uphold them, and why it might not always be prudent to go chasing untethered after truth.
The novel is available from a number of online retailers - including Amazon UK and Amazon US. For more buying options, see the "About"-section on In the Seraphim City.