My Gift to you –
Free eBooks And My Temporary Life Book Three

All Good Men Must Fall


Final draft of new cover.

I’m extremely grateful that so many of you have stuck with me since My Temporary Life was released in 2011. And many of you welcomed the sequel, My Name Is Hardly when I published it in 2012. And you waited patiently when I said the last book of the trilogy would be available soon. I’m happy to announce that “soon” is finally here. All Good Men Must Fall is book three of the My Temporary Life trilogy (to the left is a final draft of the cover). The book is written and currently going through beta reads. That means that critical readers are going through the work and will report back and let me know if it’s ready for the next stage or if changes are required. Once I make those (inevitable) changes I’ll send it off to my editor. She will perform her magic, I will make more revisions, and then I will have a decision to make. Either I’ll release the book immediately or I might choose a different channel. If I choose a different route this will delay the release, but only for a short time. Either way, I can tell you that All Good Men Must Fall will be available early in 2017. I promise.


Free eBooks

In the meantime, I’m pleased to offer you a selection of free eBooks. Those of you who have been kind enough to follow my career may have a couple

Free Dec. and Jan.

Free Dec. and Jan.

of these already.

Free Dec. 25 and 26

Free Dec. 25 and 26

Here are the details:

I’m offering my Christmas romance Believing Again: A Tale of Two Christmases for free on Dec. 25 and 26. You can click to receive your free eBook right here. Wait until Dec. 25 or 26 though. Those are the free dates.

And, Instafreebie has listed my short story collection – Lies I Never Told, for free all through December and January. Give them your email address and they’ll send it to you. You can do that here.

And, I’m participating in a Potpourri group promotion until Dec. 18th. There are sixty-five eBooks, in different genres available for free! Click here to take advantage of this one quickly, before it ends.


A Seasonal Wish For You

On a personal note, I’m finding it difficult to figure out what happened to us this year. And by “us” I mean you, me, and the world as a whole.

I'm hiding behind my good-looking, much younger brother.

I’m hiding behind my good-looking, much younger brother.

Hindsight will be a wonderful equalizer but right now it’s pretty confusing. I’ve never been one to try and force my opinion on others. I believe what I believe and I’ll see you on the other side. It’s been tempting this year, though, because to me common sense has been thrown out the window. For now, though, like most of you, I’m thankful that I have a warm, dry place to sleep and I have people around me who care.

Whether we’ve known each other for some time, or you’re a new friend, I’d like to wish you and yours peace and happiness over the holidays, into the new year, and always. Thank you for the difference you’ve made in my life by checking out and supporting my work. Your encouragement truly helps me continue.

Oh, and I’m about halfway through writing the sequel to Believing Again: A Tale of Two Christmases. The follow- up novel will be Believing Again: A Trip To Christmas Island. I’ll let you know when that becomes available. And, for those of you who have been kind enough to ask, yes, John Drake’s story will continue in the sequel to The Dead List: A John Drake Mystery in 2017.

Your friend,


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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Kelley McRae says:

    I agree, it does seem that common sense took a leave of absence this year. And, like you, I am so grateful for love of family and friends, and that I really have everything I need and so much more!

    Thank you for sharing your exciting news. I so look forward to reading it all!

    Happiest of Holidays!


    • Martin Crosbie says:

      Kelley, I’m so grateful for your support. I’ll look forward to your thoughts once you read the new book in the new year. And best to you and your family over the holidays!

  2. Congratulations Martin, and great work on finishing book 3 in the “My Temporary Life” trilogy. You inspire me. Have a wonderful holiday season and may the new year bring you love, joy and happiness.

  3. Kenneth mcleod says:

    hi martin I read about u from article by a school friend of yours mr Logan.i grew up in longpark and emigrated to South Africa 26 yrs ago. I loved his description of your life . I’m so happy to know someone from the old neighborhood suceeded in there chosen profession. I’m 59 I don’t think we knew each other I stayed on western road. I’m not much of a reader how do I purchase your books. which one sud I read first. I luv to see people from killie doing well. ps I’m not looking for a freebie happy to pay. and well done to you martin. kind regards Kenneth mc leod

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