A new short story for you

A new short story for you

The Destiny Trilogy is almost complete. Readers around the world have been discovering the adventure and excitement of the Morningstar universe, following Aura Morningstar from space colony to moon to planet and back again as she seeks the truth behind her identity.

But hands down, the most popular character in the entire trilogy is former syndicate assassin Kale Ravenwood. Is anyone surprised? Kale’s one of those characters you really just want to meet in real life (if he existed, I’d have dibs, though… just saying).

So my publisher thought it would be fun to do a series of short preludes for electronic release only, featuring portraits of Kale Ravenwood as told by the members of his crew.

That’s how ASHES and RISE came to be.

ashes-final-cover-e1414172244498ASHES is the story of how Captain Talon McLeod met Kale. It’s a rip-roaring adventure on Jupiter’s moon Callisto, where they’re tracking a violent criminal.

rise_625x1000RISE is a character study on Kale from the perspective of his best friend, Devon Chase. It starts when they’re children growing up on the NUUSA space colony and finishes up with an action-packed head hunt on Enceladus, one of Jupiter’s moons.

Both are only available for Amazon Kindle, but they’re only 99 cents each (or free if you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited). And I’m so excited to announce that the latest installment in the Ravenwood Series, BURN, is NOW AVAILABLE.


BURN is a wild trek on the deep-space station Halifax-Nine where the newest member of the Prodigal’s crew, Vix Valentine, is getting to know Kale and learning what it means to be a bounty hunter.

For right now, ASHES, RISE, and BURN are only available for Amazon Kindle. But I have it from a good source that it will probably be available as a printed collection soon!

So swing by Amazon today and pick up BURN for 99 cents (or for FREE if you’re a Kindle Unlimited subscriber)!

A.C. Williams

Amy Williams left a lucrative career in marketing to write novels about space cowboys, clumsy church secretaries, American samurai, and alternate dimensions. Along the way, she also discovered a passion for teaching other creative professionals how to use technology to make life easier. Through video instruction or one-on-one coaching, she teaches software, blogging, basic graphic design, and many other useful skills that help creative entrepreneurs get stuff done minus the frustration.

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