I mean, sheesh, it's already over $5 less as a collection than buying the books individually--I must be outta my mind! Links!
My only excuse besides the constant snow storms messing with my head is that I have this great new look for my Mark Taylor Omnibus cover. The one I had made was okay. I liked the cover, but it didn't convey the fact that the reader is getting four books in one boxed set. Thanks to Kari Klawiter, and her fantastical graphic skills, I now have a cover that says, FOUR BOOKS! I love how she took the skyline across the spines of the books.
Amazon lists this collection at 894 pages. Whew! That's a lot of reading! What's more, because the sample on Amazon is 10% of the file, almost half the first book, Mark Taylor Genesis, is offered as the sample.
In case you've already read one or two of the books, this will still save you money. How cool is that? I haven't done the actual math...I'm a writer not a mathematician, but even I can see that it saves a lot of money.
If you've read none of the books, here is a description of them individually:
Mark Taylor: Genesis: Mark Taylor's life changes forever when he finds an antique camera in an Afghan bazaar. Back home in Chicago, he discovers that the camera has a strange and unique ability--it produces photographs of tragedies yet to happen. What else can he do but attempt to save lives and thwart catastrophe?
No Good Deed: Mark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when after the unthinkable happened and everyone ignored his frantic warnings, thousands died. Suddenly, the Feds are pounding on his door and the name they have for Taylor isn't urban hero. It's enemy combatant. And, it means they can do anything they want to him. Anything at all.
March Into Hell: Mark's life takes a dark turn when his heroism becomes the subject of a newspaper article. The media attention and a harrowing encounter while saving a young woman, puts him in the sights of the ruthless cult leader who covets the secret to Mark's power. Uncomfortable in the public spotlight, Mark suspects he's being tested by the force behind the camera's prophetic magic. Battling his own self-doubt, he must maintain the secret or risk certain death.
Deeds of Mercy: Book Three: An unexpected visitor from Mark's past brings him unwanted attention from the authorities. Unable to decide who is friend and who is foe, Mark becomes a fugitive from the law, but with thousands of lives at stake, he is forced to put aside his fear of capture, and instead, seek help from his pursuers.