The FBI estimates that over 100,000 young women and children are victims of human sex trafficking. Globally, that number is in the millions.
Yes, you heard right. Millions.
Discarded, the third in my Central Division Series of thriller novels tackles human sex trafficking head-on. It was published earlier this week. Here's a link to the Amazon page. For roughly 90 days, it will be exclusive with Amazon, and then afterwards I will make the determination on when it will be published on the other platforms, like Google Play, Barnes and Noble, Apple iBooks, etc.
If you have an Amazon Kindle Unlimited account, you can pick up Discarded for free using your monthly subscription.
However . . . unless you're completely dying to read it, I suggest waiting about a month to purchase it. Huh? Why?
Because I will be running a promotion on Discarded as well as the other two novels in the Central Division Series: Beholder's Eye and Straight Razor. Then, you can purchase all three novels for roughly 66% off.
Stay tuned, I will share more specific dates when it comes closer.
Yesterday morning, I started the first draft to the fourth novel in the series. I spent most of the week outlining the book. It worked out better than I thought, but let's see how it holds up as I keep writing the first draft.