Saturday, June 22, 2013

Author Quiz Interview!

To celebrate my #Authorquiz   #interview  which is out today I will be offering a 2 for 1 sale on #Smashwords for Alien Law and Beware Of The Prizes starting on Sunday 6/23 and going until Weds. 6/26. I am posting a #couponcode (below) to make #AlienLaw    .99cents (on Smashwords only). Then, after downloading, send me an email or a twitter message or contact me here on G+ and I will send you a #couponcode  to get Beware Of The Prizes #FREE  ! Again, these codes are only for Smashwords and will not apply to any other outlet.

Bottom line is you get both the R. Nevada, Alien Law #novel and the Beware Of The Prizes collection of #shortstories  for a grand total of 99centaroonies...

After the sale Alien Law is going up to $1.99 and Beware Of The Prizes will return to $.99.

The coupon code for Alien Law is: HE35V (Smashwords only until 6/26)

#Aliens   #EKGillcoan   #scifi   #couponcode   #sale  

Beware of the Prizes (on Smashwords)

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Beware of The Prizes - Short Stories

Four Stars on Goodreads!

New Short Story collection - includes

There Once Was An Alien From Nantucket

and six others...

Friday, April 5, 2013


The R. Nevada, S.P.I.

The Casebook blog is a home for things that fans of the R. Nevada, S.P.I. series of tongue-in-cheek Sci-Fi novels might find interesting, such as additional backstory, comments from the characters, and the occasional insight from the author. In addition, there are links to the work of other authors of science fiction, both witty and serious as well as links relating to UFOs, Aliens, and the paranormal. Enjoy! The truth is, well, wherever it is...

Click here to visit the CASEBOOK...

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Book 2


Book 2

in the

R. Nevada, S.P.I.


When Strange Phenomena Investigator R. Nevada and his trusty sidekick Carl Pukwudgie are sent to London by secretive man-in-gray Inclusio to investigate reports of possible alien activity, they team up with minxish gothette Kardia Kilshaw to track down three affable, goggle clad Steampunk aliens that have time travelled to present day from the Victorian past (BTW, did you know that the London Eye is a time machine?) thinking that humanity would have been decimated by the Mayan apocalypse of 2012 and Earth would be ripe for conquest. Are three bumbling, ale-soaked aliens a quorum for a proper invasion, or are they just red herrings designed to distract from something more dastardly. Rest assured,  Nevada and his cohorts will get to the bottom of things, since that's where they're most comfortable.


Alien Law