A State Of Despair – What Early Readers Are Saying

My second book, the psychological thriller A State Of Despair is coming December 1, and I am super excited!

A handful of readers have already had the pleasure of reading it, and I couldn’t be more thriller with the feedback I’ve been getting.

Melissa Compton at Norwich Nights Magazine left a brilliant review, stating that the “addictive storyline had us on the edge of our seats,” and concluded with saying that, “I could talk about this book all day, but in the end it’s simply an immersive, action packed read that you won’t be able to put down.

You can check out her full review at Norwich Nights Magazine

simply an immersive, action packed read that you won’t be able to put down.

Melissa Compton – Norwich Nights Magazine

I also sat down to talk with Joshua Gillingham about my first book, my second book, and what it’s like to write and release a sequelbook, and what I have planned for the next in the series.

The adventures of Agent Greer are high adrenaline narratives. […] how do you keep up the suspense and tension without wearing out the reader?

Joshua Gillingham

Head over to Joshua’s website to read more and get an answer to the question above!

Early reviews are also trickling in on Goodreads and it’s making me look more forward to the release date every day!

If you like exciting, fast moving adventures, this book is a must-read.

– Goodreads review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I could not put this book down. I can’t wait to read more by this author.

– Goodreads review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Interested in a copy of your own? Pre-order the ebook now to be sure to have it in your hands by December 1!

And if that isn’t soon enough, head over to here to check out how you can get your hands on an Advanced Review Copy!

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