Formatting update on Mindcop Dossiers Omnibus edition



I mentioned in my September 15th Blog Post that I was releasing an Omnibus edition for my sci-fi novella series Mindcop Dossiers. Well, my formatter is busy at work and I should have it out in early October.

It will sell for $2.99 and it’s a great deal for anyone who wants the entire series without having to pay for the individual novellas.

I’ll have more release information when it becomes available.


Update on Mindcop Dossiers Omnibus edition


I’ve finally got the images back from my graphic design team and am happy to announce that the first three books of my science fiction series, Mindcop Dossiers, will be out in early October. It’s a 3 book bundle that will sell for the discount price of $2.99, which is cheaper than buying each book separately.

More information on the exact release date coming soon!


New Mindcop Dossiers Omnibus coming soon

After months of debate, I am considering releasing a complete omnibus edition of the first three Mindcop Dossiers novellas.

More information to be released as it becomes available.

Need information on Mindcop Dossiers? Click HERE to find out more.

Announcements, Epic Fantasy, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Sword & Sorcery

Work resumes on next project


Even though I’m in the midst of promoting my latest release, Guns And Dogs, I’ve slowly begun jotting down words for the next novel in the Leopard King Saga, to be titled, The Leopard Apocalypse. Release date is scheduled for late 2017,but this is subject to change.


Quote of the day

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Here’s a quote from my new YA novel Guns And Dogs.

“Happiness isn’t something you pick up at the grocery store, nor is it something that comes to you at a certain age. It’s a trait that lives within all of us, and it flourishes when you begin appreciating the things in life we take for granted.”


Guns And Dogs Paperback edition update

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Just wanted to let everyone know I have begun working with my graphic arts team on the paperback cover for the print edition for my upcoming YA novel, Guns And Dogs.

More information will be released as it becomes available.


Work Resumes on The Leopard Apocalypse


As I await the formatter to complete the beta-reading ebook proofof Guns And Dogs, I’ve decided to get back to writing The Leopard Apocalypse, the third book of my Leopard King Saga Historical fantasy series.

This book has been an on-and-off project since 2012. And hopefully once Guns And Dogs is released in March, I can get back to writing it in between my marketing sessions for Guns And Dogs.

Haven’t had the chance to check out the Leopard King Saga? Click HERE to learn more.


Cover reveal date set for Book 3 of Leopard King Saga


After over a year of using the shadow preview cover for the third book of the Leopard King Saga, to be called The Leopard Apocalypse, I’m happy to announce the final cover has been designed and approved by me.

The Leopard Apocalypse cover will be revealed on January 19th on this blog.

Thanks for your support.

T.A. Uner

Announcements End of year review, Part III: Forever Mars

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And now we reach the 3rd and final installment of our End of year review.

I concluded my 2015 releases with Forever Mars, the 3rd Book in the Mindcop Dossiers series set on Mars.

This book was the longest of the series and took us to Mars’ 2nd moon, Deimos. In also introduced a new character to the lineup and brought back an old enemy.

I’d like to thank everyone who bought, borrowed and read my books in 2015. It’s a great feeling to be able to write for the public and I look forward to more great releases in 2016.

Have a safe New Years! See you in 2016!

Announcements, Science-Fiction End of year review, Part II: I,Mars Audiobook

I,Mars Audiobook

As I stated in Part I of my end of year review   2015 was a relatively quiet year for me publishing-wise. I did however release a 2nd Audiobook, I, Mars, the sequel to Doctor Mars. It was also voiced by Elizabeth Phillips who made her debut in Doctor Mars as the voice of our Heroine Liberty Rise.

Took me over a month to get this project done. Was a struggle to get all the editing fixed so that the ebook and audiobook were exactly the same and free of typos and errors. But everything turned out well, and now it sits proudly next to its predecessor.