Ebook Makeovers! New Releases (sort of)

For some this will be news, and others a refreshing new look.

My ebook novellas THE ACCIDENTAL EXISTENTIALIST, and THE ACCIDENTAL REBEL, are now being published by Redhaven Press with new covers and one with a new title.

THE ACCIDENTAL EXISTENTIALIST has been renamed to a more fitting title: DIRECT ACTION. Many of my readers have asked if there will be any sequels, or even a series based on the Chris Connor hero, who has to fake his death to go dark and take on an international crime/trafficking syndicate, in order to protect his family, and avenge the death of his first born son.

My answer?

A definite maybe! So let’s see how things go with all my other projects. If the demand for more Chris Connor books grows, however, I may be forced to bump it up to the top of the priority list. We’ll see.

(If you already purchased THE ACCIDENTAL EXISTENTIALIST, please note that this is the same short novella. Only the cover and title have changed.)



The second makeover is THE ACCIDENTAL REBEL

It’s only a slight change in the fonts, to remain consistent with my other ebooks.



What do you think of the new covers? And if you’ve read the Christ Connor story, would you like to see a sequel or series? Chime in in the comments section at the end of this page!

Joshua Graham is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, winner of the International Book Award and Forward National Literature Award. His thrillers include DARKROOM, LATENT IMAGE and BEYOND JUSTICE, and TERMINUS. Graham's works have been characterized as thought-provoking page-turners.

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