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— This is a common question. The newsletter is sent on the first of the month. If you are not receiving it, it is very likely on your end. Please click on this FAQ from Benchmark Email (the newsletter company) for answers to your question. Most commonly, it ends up in the SPAM/JUNK folder on your end, so please look for it there.
— Where can I get your books?
— All the major booksellers usually carry my novels. My books are available in multiple formats. Please look at each book in the NOVELS section, under ORDER NOW for more information on how to buy each book.
— How can I get signed copies of your books?
— There are many ways to get signed copies of my novels. If you sign up for my e-newsletter, we have contests where you could win a signed book.
Of course, the best way to get a signed book, is to come to one of my book signings and allow me to sign a book for you in person.
If you cannot make it to one of my signings, some bookstores on my tour are happy to take your order and have your books waiting for me to sign.
Because of the amount of requests I receive, I unfortunately cannot arrange to have you send books directly to me.
— In what order should I read your books?
— All of my novels are written to stand alone, and you’re welcome to start with any of them. Having said that, most readers prefer to read the books in the order in which they were written, as Scot Harvath grows and reveals facets of his personality with each successive book.
With that in mind, here are the books in chronological order
Scot Harvath Series:
The Athena Project is in a spin-off series about the Athena Team. The team does work from time to time with Scot Harvath. In the timeline it happens between Foreign Influence and Full Black.
Here is a printable/downloadable list of the books in order.
— When will you be in my city?
— You can find out where I’ll be and when I’ll be there by clicking here.
— What’s the best way to keep up with you?
— There are several great ways to stay in the loop even when I’m outside the wire. The best is via our e-newsletter. You also can follow me on Facebook and Twitter.
— Do you have any tips for writers?
— I sure do! In fact, I have created a section devoted to just that.
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