New Low Prices!

I have lowered the price of a Kindle copy of Hometown to $2.99!

The Truth of Rock and Roll is now $1.99!

Dreams of the Boardwalk is now $1.99!

Head on over to Amazon and take advantage of new prices for great books!

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Neighborhood Witch Is Available For Free Download Now Through Thursday!

Celia Rivera is a well-respected citizen of the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City. She runs her own little shop, and she’s respected by everyone from the old men playing dominoes on the corner to the young people who spend their days looking for trouble to get into. They respect her wisdom, her toughness…

Oh. And she’s a witch.

Celia Rivera’s shop sells more than candles and incense, and she keeps her little corner of the City safe for everyone. And when someone targets her family for magical retribution, it’s time for the kind of magical street fight that can only happen in the City.

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In honor of the passing of the woman who inspired Celia Rivera, I want this story to spread far and wide. So please head on over to Amazon and download a copy.

If you like it, check out the rest of the library…and please, do an author a favor and leave a review.

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New Post Up at Matthewkeville.com: Excerpt from The Truth of Rock and Roll: Fighting in the Locker Room

So I’ve been sharing a lot of excerpts from Hometown, so I thought it was time to share a few scenes from my other stories. The latest one is from The Truth of Rock and Roll. It gives us a look at Jenny and Johnny, Our Heroine and Our…Protagonist (he isn’t Our Hero yet), the ferocity of their love, and the power of rock and roll magic.

Head on over and check it out!

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Lenni Reviews: “Dreams of the Boardwalk” by Matthew Keville

Dreams of the Boardwalk got a review! Head on over to Haunting Hypatia and check it out!

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*This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review and is rated 18+

Life hasn’t exactly gone as planned for Sarah Brannigan. Divorce, loss of home, loss of her good job… Now in a cramped apartment with roommates working two crappy jobs to barely make her bills, Sarah has only one respite; her dreams. At night she escapes to Coney Island in its heyday with her dream man. But too much time in her dreams has them leaking out into the real world.

This is an interesting story about living too much in your “what if’s” can take away from your “now.” Sarah is a great character, a smart woman just in a rough patch but not willing to give up. And the ending is not what you would expect.

There are some pretty dark and sexy scenes and the connection to Coney…

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Announcements

Hey all!

Three pieces of news!

1) I have broken 200 pages on my new novel, City of Dreams! Look for sample first draft excerpts to be coming soon!

1a) Of course, excerpts from my older works will continue to be posted. Watch this space.

2) My author interview is up at Booksgosocial! Go and have a look!

3) And finally, the book trailer for Dreams of the Boardwalk is complete! Have a look!

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New Post Up At Matthewkeville.com: First Promotional Art for City of Dreams

For a look at the first promotional art for City of Dreams and a sneak peek at the novel to come, head on over to the author blog and check it out!

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New Post Up At Matthewkeville.com: Excerpt from Hometown: Introducing Angelina

The free giveaway is over, but Hometown is still very much available for download and even for free on Kindle Unlimited.  If you’re interested in a sample, head on over to my author site and check out the section that introduces us to our heroine, Angelina Santos-de la Cruz.

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