The author would like this book to be an uplifting story about a group of justice-seeking EEOC investigators fighting the good fight in support of deserving underdog employees. Unfortunately, the book is so poorly written, so badly constructed, so inaccurate about the legal issues and EEOC procedures, and so lacking in a coherent plot, … More The Cause lives (Warriors for Equal Rights), by Marie W. Watts
This is a test of whether I can use my website to host clips from the audiobook versions of my books. I’m going to try here to upload the introduction and the first chapter of Deadly Enterprise. If you are able to successfully listen to both clips, please send me a note to let me … More Audiobook version of Deadly Enterprise — free excerpt.
I can’t recall for sure whether I posted this when it was a recent event, but to make sure I have a link to it for posterity, below is the link for the radio interview I did on KONP in Port Angeles on December 2, 2019 (the release date for Deadly Enterprise). I hope this … More Kevin’s December Radio Interview about Deadly Enterprise.
I enjoyed reading this book, but when asked what kind of book it is, this book is difficult to categorize. It is a sci-fi romance with graphically erotic scenes, but it is also part one of an allegorical commentary on race relations, xenophobia, and how love can bridge chasms. It is well written and the … More Jelvia: Not Human #1 — Holding out for a Hero, by T E Kessler (Louise Wise)
Jake Lassiter is an endearing character and author Paul Levine has provided him with a thrilling roller coaster of a story in which Jake can show off his self-deprecating sense of humor and his folksy “I’m just a jock” persona. On a superficial level, the plot and characters are fun, like watching a “B” movie … More Fool Me Twice (Jake Lassiter Legal Thriller) by Paul Levine
This is a well-crafted story with tension building throughout. Lucy and her lover, Damon, try to exonerate Lucy’s brother, who is accused of murder. The evidence is pretty damning but the more Lucy and Damon dig, the more the case looks like an elaborate setup that parallels the case when the dead lady’s husbands last … More Savage Bay Nightmare by Anna Willett
Effective February 5, 2020, Righteous Assassin is available as an adiobook through amazon’s Audible program. If you have never signed up for Audible to get audiobooks, there is a special code below that is my “bounty” code — if any new Audible user signs up using this code and downloads my book as their first … More Available on Audible: Righteous Assassin!
I’m about halfway through the Quality Check process for the audiobook of Deadly Enterprise. Another week and I should be done. Below is a link to an uploaded excerpt — chapter 23, which is “the scotch scene.” I love this scene, and the excerpt is a good example of the audiobook. There’s a slight “spoiler” … More Audiobook excerpt – Deadly Enterprise, Chapter 23 (the Scotch Scene)
You can now get an audiobook copy of Righteous Assassin via Chirp! — the audiobook platform of Bookbub.com — here’s the link: https://www.chirpbooks.com/audiobooks/righteous-assassin-by-kevin-g-chapman The audiobook should be available soon on Audible (amazon) and at all other retailers who sell audiobooks!
The title, “last man out,” refers to a protocol for cave divers – the first man in is the last man out. Sometimes, the last man doesn’t make it out alive. The diving maxim doesn’t really play a part in the story, but it’s a catchy title. This short novel is very well written … More Last Man Out, by Isabella Adams