me-td-dm-monkeyingaround3The last book in my Drunk Monkeys series, Monkeying Around, is now available on Kindle, meaning it’ll be available on other third-party outlets fairly soon.

I had a lot of fun writing this series and I’m glad it’s been so well-received. I won’t rule out writing about another of the special ops teams set in this world, but right now I need to focus on my Triple Trouble and other series that I’ve neglected for too long. LOL

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Can the Drunk Monkeys save the day before the clock runs out?

Tank isn’t a student, a hacker, or twenty-two-years old. The major is a deep-cover military intel officer, and she’s got orders to help save the world. To do that means protecting the group of student hackers she’s embedded with.

Initially, Papa and Alpha aren’t sure what to make of Tank, until they learn the truth about her identity. Monkeying around takes a backseat to stopping an apocalypse, and the world isn’t safe from Kite just yet.

Time’s quickly running out—and not just for the human race. Reverend Silo and President Kennedy might both be about to reap what they’ve sown as General Arliss sets his plans into motion. And when the final pieces are moved into position for an epic showdown, Papa and Alpha realize that surviving an apocalypse is nothing compared to overcoming their greatest challenge yet—Tank’s father.

(Note: This is the last book in the series.)

TheGreatTurning_book1_200x300You can find all of the books in the series on my Drunk Monkeys series page.

Tymber’s Amazon Page | Lesli’s Amazon Page

My Siren-BookStrand Author Page (with all four of my pen names there).

If you enjoy futuristic stories, please check out my post-apocalyptic sci-fi book writing as Lesli Richardson, The Great Turning.

Now on Kindle: Monkeying Around (Drunk Monkeys 10)
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