Hi there! 🙂 At this point, I’ve written in more than one genre, so as a fiction writer who started out primarily in one genre, sometimes I get a bit confused about who I am today.
I have some of the most amazing news about my YA novel Invisible Me, including the fact that it won the 2015 New Apple Book Award in the Young Adult Category and that it’s a finalist in the 2016 IPNE Book Awards.
However, it’s all very hush-hush, on the QT, etc. So … later on that, huh? 🙂
Five Uneasy Pieces
I’m running a special this weekend on my short story collection Five Uneasy Pieces! It’s absolutely free on Amazon right now and until the end of the day Sunday! So don’t miss out! Get your free copy now. Just click here! 🙂
And would you believe it includes a sixth bonus story that’s a send-up of numerous Alfred Hitchcock films. How many references can you find?
The Crime Cafe 9 Book Set
Okay, right now, The Crime Cafe 9 Book Set is only 99 cents, but that’s just an introductory price. So buy now, if you want to get all nine books for the very low price of less than a buck! Honestly, how long did you think 9 whole books would go for the same price as a short story anthology? 🙂 Really!
Have you seen the trailer?
The Planck Factor
And here’s the buzz about the book!
“Does art hold a mirror to life? Or does life mirror art? New York Times best-selling author Debbi Mack builds this surprising thriller layer upon layer with an ending that will make you want to read it all over again.”
— Donna Fletcher Crow, author of An All-Consuming Fire, The Monastery Murders
“Art imitating life imitating art imitating life. Mack takes her reader on a roller-coaster ride with science, imagination, and a terrible possibility.”
— Peg Brantley, author of the Aspen Falls Thriller series
“Debbi Mack’s The Planck Factor is a sleek tour-de-force exercise in Hitchcockian suspense about domestic terrorism, in which the McGuffin is a novel-within-the-novel and the novelist and her work intersect in unpredictable ways. Reality and fiction clash and spar for supremacy until the final paragraph. Like in Mack’s Sam McRae series, lean prose and snappy pacing give The Planck Factor a noir sheen sprinkled with just the right dash of humor. A winner!”
— W.D. Gagliani, author of Wolf’s Blind (The Nick Lupo Series) and Savage Nights
“Thoroughly intriguing! A real page-turner.”
— Zoë Sharp, author of the best-selling Charlie Fox series
Finally, here’s the cover reveal I did on Instagram! 🙂
Typps Typos and all!