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Outpost for the Connor Rix SF thriller novels
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Release day! Book 4 in the Connor Rix series is now available at a special introductory price. Come get some!

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It's ready! The new novel in the Connor Rix Series is available for pre-order. Order yours now for delivery to your Kindle on October 20. Pre-order price is $2.99, then it goes to regular price after launch. Get ready to Chase the Tiger!

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First book in the Connor Rix series is on sale for 99 cents for a limited time. Dump a bio-engineered Phillip Marlowe into a Blade Runner setting and you've got the idea.

New Connor Rix story underway. That is all.

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Connor Rix says: "That bumbler who writes the books about my life (better get cracking on that 4th novel, Statham) is part of a book signing event in October. That would be unremarkable, except it's at a brewery. So he has at least one cool bone in his body. Drop on by and have a pint and buy a book or two. It would be embarrasing if the guy who writes about my awesome adventures were to wind up a homeless bum because he can't pay the rent."
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Connor Rix teamed up with eight buddies to give you a steal of a deal: NINE e-books in a new boxed set for 99 cents. Don't forget to tip your writers with a review.

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That time when the fictional character traveled farther than the author ever did:

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Today's batch of signed copies of Connor Rix's adventures getting ready for shipment. You can order yours too at my e-store. https://squareup.com/market/stevestathambooks
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Connor Rix says: "The pinhead chronicler of my awesome adventures has finally started selling signed copies of the books. You should buy some, because they're about me, and Big Fella Jackson, and KC the night owl, and that's all the reason anyone needs."

Connor Rix on the subject of fighting self-made monsters: "So you like breakin' bones, eh?" Rix said, twisting around to plant his feet. "Bad call. Here's how it's done."

(Quote ripped kicking and screaming from the pages of Monsters and Angels.)
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