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Title: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on August 07, 2015, 03:00:25 pm
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The Gods' Day to Die (http://www.amazon.com/dp/1477828419/?tag=kbpst-20)

By David Welch, now available from Amazon in e-book, audio, and paperback.

Desmond Taylor--a free-spirited loner and heir to a family fortune--didn't mean to fall in love. But when he stumbles upon a beautiful archer deep in the wilderness, they begin an electrifying and wild romance like no other. To make matters even more complicated, the woman is the goddess Artemis.

Like her Mount Olympus kin, Artemis has walked among mortals for thousands of years. But Desmond and Artemis's isolated paradise is violently shattered when they're tracked down by the goddess Athena's insane mortal son: a man hell-bent on killing every last god.

Thrown into a fight to the death, Desmond finds himself traveling the globe at Artemis's side, dodging bullets and proving himself as a fighter. Now, the gods must come together to defend themselves--or risk dying violently at the hands of the psychopath who is hot on their heels. While they are skilled in battle, there are but a few gods left to fight the steady onslaught of mercenaries sent by their vicious nemesis. Can Desmond stop the massacre of the last immortals, or could this truly be the gods' day to die?
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Action adventure with the Greek Gods
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Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Action adventure with the Greek Gods
Post by: David Welch on August 15, 2015, 01:31:17 pm
It's Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy.  Sure fix if you want a rollicking action-adventure.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Action adventure with the Greek Gods
Post by: David Welch on August 22, 2015, 03:46:39 pm
Eleven four and five-star reviews on Amazon!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on August 31, 2015, 06:13:36 pm
The bad guys have money, access, numbers, and a brutal ex-KGB agent to lead them.  But the good guys have the God of War, the one 'God' who truly lives up to his reputation...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 08, 2015, 03:35:14 pm
If all legends are based on a kernel of truth, what could possibly explain the Olympians?  And how can they possibly still be around and kicking today?  Science brigs legend to life in The Gods' Day To Die...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 15, 2015, 03:20:10 pm
Come meet Dionysus, the bi-polar, depressive God of Wine.  He sleeps around, takes stupid risks, and has been self-medicating for going on four millennia.  Is there anything left to this wreck of a man?  Will he help his fellow immortals survive their pursuers, or just get in the way.  Find out for yourself in The Gods' Day To Die...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 22, 2015, 04:23:20 pm
Athena, Goddess of Wisdom...but maybe not the Goddess of Common Sense.  When a past mistake catches up with her Athena finds herself in the hands of her mad son, the object of his violent obsession.  He wants her to die, but not before she watches all of her family meet their end at his hands.  Will Athena be forced to watch her family die one-by-one?  After thousands of years will she meet her death as nothing more than a madman's trophy?  Find out for yourself in The Gods' Day To Die...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 29, 2015, 03:20:39 pm
Hera, 'Queen' of the Gods.  Long past her jealous stage, she has become the practical glue that holds together the few remaining Olympians.  A business woman of great skill, she bank-rolls the family and makes sure their 'identities' stay current and legit.  But now she finds herself taking care of two children who just lost their mother, and trying to keep Zeus centered as he watches his children die.  Her enemy has as many resources as she does, and far less compunction about breaking laws.  Will she be able to hold the family together?  Find out in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 06, 2015, 07:01:21 pm
Aphrodite, goddess of love, a legendary beauty who has finally found a measure of stability and happiness with Ares, the love of her life.  Forever concerned about her husband's dark past, the last thing she wants to see is the family drawn into a battle that might bring out his old ways.  Truly a lover, she finds herself being drawn more and more into a fight that can't be avoided in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 13, 2015, 05:43:48 pm
Zeus, the first immortal, the oldest of the Gods, the oldest human being alive.  With his infamous temper long cooled, Zeus spends his day raising his kids and enjoying the comforts of family.  It's a life that fits him, and has brought him satisfaction and happiness for many long centuries.  But now he's watching his children die, one-by-one.  Perhaps it's time for the world-shaking man of old to reemerge...see for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 21, 2015, 03:33:46 pm
Ares, the God of War, the most lethal human being to ever walk the planet...now a quiet man who only brings out the warrior within for a good reason.  And with his family's lives on the life, he has reason enough.  No single man poses much of a threat, but he faces odds that will press even his formidable skills.  Will he be able to rally his family, or will he just be the victim of THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on November 04, 2015, 04:23:41 pm
Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt, the best shot in the business.  One of the most reserved of the Olympians, she hasn't seriously though about finding a partner for a century.  Now drawn into an irresistible romance with Desmond Taylor, she finds herself wondering if being around him is just putting the poor man at risk, given the ruthlessness of the people hunting her.  But she's not the type to give up something she loves just because its dangerous...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on November 11, 2015, 05:27:11 pm
Desmond Taylor, God of...convoluted logical chains.  Okay, so he's not a God or an immortal or anything like that.  He's just a guy who fell in love with a woman who happened to be a Goddess, and he's not the type to run off just because some nut-job is gunning for her.  Guess he's old fashioned like that.  To what lengths will this quirky lone-wolf go to protect the first woman he's ever really loved?  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on November 28, 2015, 09:25:25 am
If all legends are based on a kernel of truth, what could possibly explain the Olympians?  And how can they possibly still be around and kicking today?  Science brings legend to life in The Gods' Day To Die...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on December 06, 2015, 12:29:19 pm
If all legends are based on a kernel of truth, what could possibly explain the Olympians?  And how can they possibly still be around and kicking today?  Science brings legend to life in The Gods' Day To Die...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on December 17, 2015, 03:33:17 pm
It's Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy.  Sure fix if you want a rollicking action-adventure.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on December 31, 2015, 01:18:56 pm
It's Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy.  Sure fix if you want a rollicking action-adventure.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on January 11, 2016, 05:33:11 pm
It's Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy.  Sure fix if you want a rollicking action-adventure.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on January 21, 2016, 03:12:21 pm
The bad guys have money, access, numbers, and a brutal ex-KGB agent to lead them.  But the good guys have the God of War, the one 'God' who truly lives up to his reputation...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on January 29, 2016, 04:33:09 pm
Come meet Dionysus, the bi-polar, depressive God of Wine.  He sleeps around, takes stupid risks, and has been self-medicating for going on four millennia.  Is there anything left to this wreck of a man?  Will he help his fellow immortals survive their pursuers, or just get in the way.  Find out for yourself in The Gods' Day To Die...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on February 07, 2016, 12:21:01 pm
Athena, Goddess of Wisdom...but maybe not the Goddess of Common Sense.  When a past mistake catches up with her Athena finds herself in the hands of her mad son, the object of his violent obsession.  He wants her to die, but not before she watches all of her family meet their end at his hands.  Will Athena be forced to watch her family die one-by-one?  After thousands of years will she meet her death as nothing more than a madman's trophy?  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
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Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on February 20, 2016, 01:44:27 pm
Hera, 'Queen' of the Gods.  Long past her jealous stage, she has become the practical glue that holds together the few remaining Olympians.  A business woman of great skill, she bank-rolls the family and makes sure their 'identities' stay current and legit.  But now she finds herself taking care of two children who just lost their mother, and trying to keep Zeus centered as he watches his children die.  Her enemy has as many resources as she does, and far less compunction about breaking laws.  Will she be able to hold the family together?  Find out in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on March 26, 2016, 05:20:10 pm
Aphrodite, goddess of love, a legendary beauty who has finally found a measure of stability and happiness with Ares, the love of her life.  Forever concerned about her husband's dark past, the last thing she wants to see is the family drawn into a battle that might bring out his old ways.  Truly a lover, she finds herself being drawn more and more into a fight that can't be avoided in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on April 14, 2016, 04:22:48 pm
Zeus, the first immortal, the oldest of the Gods, the oldest human being alive.  With his infamous temper long cooled, Zeus spends his day raising his kids and enjoying the comforts of family.  It's a life that fits him, and has brought him satisfaction and happiness for many long centuries.  But now he's watching his children die, one-by-one.  Perhaps it's time for the world-shaking man of old to reemerge...see for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on April 22, 2016, 02:40:53 pm
Only $1.99 until May 20, 2016!  Get a great adventure at a great price.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on May 01, 2016, 04:34:20 pm
Ares, the God of War, the most lethal human being to ever walk the planet...now a quiet man who only brings out the warrior within for a good reason.  And with his family's lives on the life, he has reason enough.  No single man poses much of a threat, but he faces odds that will press even his formidable skills.  Will he be able to rally his family, or will he just be the victim of THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...

Only $1.99 on Kindle until May 20th!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on May 15, 2016, 09:39:19 am
Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt, the best shot in the business.  One of the most reserved of the Olympians, she hasn't seriously though about finding a partner for a century.  Now drawn into an irresistible romance with Desmond Taylor, she finds herself wondering if being around him is just putting the poor man at risk, given the ruthlessness of the people hunting her.  But she's not the type to give up something she loves just because its dangerous...

THE GODS" DAY TO DIE, only $1.99 until May 20th!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on June 10, 2016, 05:17:28 pm
Desmond Taylor, God of...convoluted logical chains.  Okay, so he's not a God or an immortal or anything like that.  He's just a guy who fell in love with a woman who happened to be a Goddess, and he's not the type to run off just because some nut-job is gunning for her.  Guess he's old fashioned like that.  To what lengths will this quirky lone-wolf go to protect the first woman he's ever really loved?  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...


Also, look for my new book, THE FALLEN ANGEL HUNTERS, on Amazon in the weeks ahead!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on June 18, 2016, 02:29:34 pm
How could evolution come up with a human being who never ages and never gets sick?  How can modern science undo nature has created?  And how far would an immortal go to make sure that modern science does so?  See for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE!

Also, my new book, THE FALLEN ANGEL HUNTERS, has its own thread and is available for purchase from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on July 04, 2016, 04:21:02 pm
As the son of a millionaire, Desmond Taylor expected a lot out of life.  Handsome, intelligent, and well-educated, he always foresaw a future of great things for himself.  Things didn't quite turn out that way though, and the reality of life turned out to be far different that his youthful delusions.  He certainly didn't expect to find out that immortals were real, and that he'd fallen in love with one.  But he did, and now the only thing he expects out of himself is to protect the woman he loves the best he can.  And given that he has no military or combat training, and is going up against skilled mercenaries with no mercy to speak of, being able to protect the love of his life is a very big if...

Can Desmond rise to the occasion?  See for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 03, 2016, 01:58:45 pm
Lenka Sidorov, a bad man with some epic mommy issues.  The son of Athena and a Soviet apparatchik, he inherited his father's sadism and his mother's intelligence.  For a lifetime he's harbored a grudge against his mother, due to her fleeing the Soviet Union after imprisonment and leaving him behind.  Now facing a slow death from lung caner, Lenka's hate has blossomed into psychotic madness.  He's dedicated his remaining days to hunting down the few remaining immortals, and making his mother watch as they all die, one by one.  And due to a lifetime working in Russian intelligence agencies, Lenka has enough tricks, and enough dirt on powerful people, to actually pull it off.  He's got nothing to loose, and is bound and determined to see all the Olympians falls.  Can he pull it off?  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 08, 2016, 03:25:16 pm
Duscha Sidorova, the daughter of a psychopath, has convinced herself that she is the 'baddest' woman in the whole of the world.  A bit crazy herself, she's fond of violence, torture, even a touch of masochism.  And to prove just how bad she is, she's got it in her heart to take down Ares; to prove to the world that not even the God of War can stand up to the likes of her.    But Duscha isn't quite the natural at madness that her father is, and it's an open question as to whether she can hold her own against Ares, or has just convinced herself she can...

See what happens in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 28, 2016, 01:20:42 pm
For thousands of years the gods of old have never understand why they are the way they are, why they are immortal.  But in this age of genetic engineering they're finally getting the answers they've been seeking for so long.  But what happens when one of the gods dos the unimaginable, and finds a way to turn off his immortality...

See for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on November 26, 2016, 11:46:38 am
Desmond Taylor--a free-spirited loner and heir to a family fortune--didn't mean to fall in love. But when he stumbles upon a beautiful archer deep in the wilderness, they begin an electrifying and wild romance like no other. To make matters even more complicated, the woman is the goddess Artemis.

Like her Mount Olympus kin, Artemis has walked among mortals for thousands of years. But Desmond and Artemis's isolated paradise is violently shattered when they're tracked down by the goddess Athena's insane mortal son: a man hell-bent on killing every last god.

Thrown into a fight to the death, Desmond finds himself traveling the globe at Artemis's side, dodging bullets and proving himself as a fighter. Now, the gods must come together to defend themselves--or risk dying violently at the hands of the psychopath who is hot on their heels. While they are skilled in battle, there are but a few gods left to fight the steady onslaught of mercenaries sent by their vicious nemesis. Can Desmond stop the massacre of the last immortals, or could this truly be the gods' day to die?
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on December 12, 2016, 05:22:17 pm
It's Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy.  Sure fix if you want a rollicking action-adventure.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on January 08, 2017, 01:47:22 pm
When one of the gods' own mortal children turns against them it'll take everything they have so survive his god-killing rampage...THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on February 12, 2017, 06:27:11 pm
Science fiction, action-adventure, and a touch of fantasy come together in this globe-trotting adventure!  The Gods' Day To Doe, available in paperback, e-book, or audio from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on March 11, 2017, 05:35:09 pm
The gods of old are coming to an end, one way or another...see how it goes down in this scifi action-adventure.  THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on April 15, 2017, 01:17:45 pm
Their day has come, but they're not the kind to go quietly...

THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available from Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on April 30, 2017, 08:16:23 am
Come meet Dionysus, the bi-polar, depressive God of Wine.  He sleeps around, takes stupid risks, and has been self-medicating for going on four millennia.  Is there anything left to this wreck of a man?  Will he help his fellow immortals survive their pursuers, or just get in the way.  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on May 31, 2017, 06:19:43 pm
Athena, Goddess of Wisdom...but maybe not the Goddess of Common Sense.  When a past mistake catches up with her Athena finds herself in the hands of her mad son, the object of his violent obsession.  He wants her to die, but not before she watches all of her family meet their end at his hands.  Will Athena be forced to watch her family die one-by-one?  After thousands of years will she meet her death as nothing more than a madman's trophy?  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...

Also, keep an eye out for my next book, CHAOS QUARTER: HORDE, available on Amazon June 1st!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on June 15, 2017, 04:21:22 pm
Hera, 'Queen' of the Gods.  Long past her jealous stage, she has become the practical glue that holds together the few remaining Olympians.  A business woman of great skill, she bank-rolls the family and makes sure their 'identities' stay current and legit.  But now she finds herself taking care of two children who just lost their mother, and trying to keep Zeus centered as he watches his children die.  Her enemy has as many resources as she does, and far less compunction about breaking laws.  Will she be able to hold the family together?  Find out in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on August 20, 2017, 08:39:39 pm
Aphrodite, goddess of love, a legendary beauty who has finally found a measure of stability and happiness with Ares, the love of her life.  Forever concerned about her husband's dark past, the last thing she wants to see is the family drawn into a battle that might bring out his old ways.  Truly a lover, she finds herself being drawn more and more into a fight that can't be avoided in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on November 21, 2017, 02:07:31 pm
Zeus, the first immortal, the oldest of the Gods, the oldest human being alive.  With his infamous temper long cooled, Zeus spends his day raising his kids and enjoying the comforts of family.  It's a life that fits him, and has brought him satisfaction and happiness for many long centuries.  But now he's watching his children die, one-by-one.  Perhaps it's time for the world-shaking man of old to reemerge...see for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on January 03, 2018, 05:02:22 pm
Ares, the God of War, the most lethal human being to ever walk the planet...now a quiet man who only brings out the warrior within for a good reason.  And with his family's lives on the life, he has reason enough.  No single man poses much of a threat, but he faces odds that will press even his formidable skills.  Will he be able to rally his family, or will he just be the victim of THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on January 14, 2018, 08:41:10 pm
Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt, the best shot in the business.  One of the most reserved of the Olympians, she hasn't seriously though about finding a partner for a century.  Now drawn into an irresistible romance with Desmond Taylor, she finds herself wondering if being around him is just putting the poor man at risk, given the ruthlessness of the people hunting her.  But she's not the type to give up something she loves just because its dangerous...THE GODS' DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on March 25, 2018, 06:42:51 pm
Hera, 'Queen' of the Gods.  Long past her jealous stage, she has become the practical glue that holds together the few remaining Olympians.  A business woman of great skill, she bank-rolls the family and makes sure their 'identities' stay current and legit.  But now she finds herself taking care of two children who just lost their mother, and trying to keep Zeus centered as he watches his children die.  Her enemy has as many resources as she does, and far less compunction about breaking laws.  Will she be able to hold the family together?  Find out in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on May 08, 2018, 05:38:48 pm
Desmond Taylor, God of...convoluted logical chains.  Okay, so he's not a God or an immortal or anything like that.  He's just a guy who fell in love with a woman who happened to be a Goddess, and he's not the type to run off just because some nut-job is gunning for her.  Guess he's old fashioned like that.  To what lengths will this quirky lone-wolf go to protect the first woman he's ever really loved?  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 24, 2018, 06:27:22 pm
The bad guys have money, access, numbers, and a brutal ex-KGB agent to lead them.  But the good guys have the God of War, the one 'God' who truly lives up to his reputation...

THE GODS DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on July 03, 2019, 05:27:12 pm
If all legends are based on a kernel of truth, what could possibly explain the Olympians?  And how can they possibly still be around and kicking today?  Science brigs legend to life in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...available on Amazon.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on April 04, 2020, 06:17:42 pm
Come meet Dionysus, the bi-polar, depressive God of Wine.  He sleeps around, takes stupid risks, and has been self-medicating for going on four millennia.  Is there anything left to this wreck of a man?  Will he help his fellow immortals survive their pursuers, or just get in the way.  Find out for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE... Available on Amazon, FREE for Kindle Unlimited.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on April 23, 2020, 02:50:30 pm
Athena, Goddess of Wisdom...but maybe not the Goddess of Common Sense.  When a past mistake catches up with her Athena finds herself in the hands of her mad son, the object of his violent obsession.  He wants her to die, but not before she watches all of her family meet their end at his hands.  Will Athena be forced to watch her family die one-by-one?  After thousands of years will she meet her death as nothing more than a madman's trophy?  Find out for yourself in The GODS' DAY TO DIE...available on Amazon, FREE for Kindle Unlimited.


Keep an eye out for my newest book, THE BOYS OF THE BREACH, now available for pre-order!
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on May 07, 2020, 05:09:36 pm
Hera, 'Queen' of the Gods.  Long past her jealous stage, she has become the practical glue that holds together the few remaining Olympians.  A business woman of great skill, she bank-rolls the family and makes sure their 'identities' stay current and legit.  But now she finds herself taking care of two children who just lost their mother, and trying to keep Zeus centered as he watches his children die.  Her enemy has as many resources as she does, and far less compunction about breaking laws.  Will she be able to hold the family together?  Find out in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...

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Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on June 27, 2020, 11:46:08 am
Aphrodite, goddess of love, a legendary beauty who has finally found a measure of stability and happiness with Ares, the love of her life.  Forever concerned about her husband's dark past, the last thing she wants to see is the family drawn into a battle that might bring out his old ways.  Truly a lover, she finds herself being drawn more and more into a fight that can't be avoided in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...

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Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on July 23, 2020, 12:09:29 pm
Zeus, the first immortal, the oldest of the Gods, the oldest human being alive.  With his infamous temper long cooled, Zeus spends his day raising his kids and enjoying the comforts of family.  It's a life that fits him, and has brought him satisfaction and happiness for many long centuries.  But now he's watching his children die, one-by-one.  Perhaps it's time for the world-shaking man of old to reemerge...see for yourself in THE GODS' DAY TO DIE.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on August 18, 2020, 05:08:28 pm
Ares, the God of War, the most lethal human being to ever walk the planet...now a quiet man who only brings out the warrior within for a good reason.  And with his family's lives on the life, he has reason enough.  No single man poses much of a threat, but he faces odds that will press even his formidable skills.  Will he be able to rally his family, or will he just be the victim of THE GODS' DAY TO DIE...
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on September 23, 2020, 05:18:51 pm
Artemis, Goddess of the Hunt, the best shot in the business.  One of the most reserved of the Olympians, she hasn't seriously though about finding a partner for a century.  Now drawn into an irresistible romance with Desmond Taylor, she finds herself wondering if being around him is just putting the poor man at risk, given the ruthlessness of the people hunting her.  But she's not the type to give up something she loves just because its dangerous...

THE GODS DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon.  FREE for Kindle Unlimited.


Also, keep an eye out for my new western, THE DAY OF THE DEPUTY, now available for pre-order.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 03, 2020, 02:19:07 pm
From a five-star Amazon review: 'Action, love, hate, religion, and logic are all presented brilliantly in The Gods' Day to Die...Welch writes so authoritatively about the way extreme longevity really works that it leaves the reader suspicious. Could he write on this topic with such force without himself being one of these quasi-immortals? It does leave one wondering....'

THE GODS DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon.  FREE for Kindle Unlimited.


Also keep an eye out for my new western, THE DAY OF THE DEPUTY, available 10/7.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on October 24, 2020, 02:35:28 pm
From a five-star Amazon review:  The reader is treated to discussions on genetics, religion, nature versus nurture, and a number of other topics...The God of War, Ares, has been a Christian since Jesus walked the Earth? David Welch says yes and, for me at least, makes it entirely believable. If the immortals find a medical way to become mortal, are they simply committing slow suicide, a sin that will consign them to Hell? Good question. Desmond, the self-styled God of Logic Chains and the lone mortal human fighting on the side of the few remaining long-lived Olympians, finds out his most powerful weapons are his quick mind and sharp tongue? Interestingly, the answer is yes. Most of the ancient myths are so twisted away from the original realities that they make Hollywood look truthful? Absolutely.'

THE GODS DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon, FREE for Kindle Unlimited.
Title: Re: The Gods' Day To Die - Greek Gods vs. Modern Crazy
Post by: David Welch on November 30, 2020, 05:08:28 pm
From a five-star Amazon review: "Good read and interesting premise for those into action fantasy with some romance. Has a novel combination of Christianity with Greek Gods.

I read this one because I liked the author's first book, Chaos Quarter, which is more space opera with a twist."

THE GODS DAY TO DIE, available on Amazon in ebook and paperback.  FREE for Kindle Unlimited.