September 23, 2020

A new Adventure on the far side of the Galaxy

An android awakens on a vast ship sent far from Earth on a generations-long journey to preserve humanity's existence, and finds its creators gone

Somehow, it's turning towards Fall already in a year that's simultaneously lasted forever and blitzed by at ridiculous speed. Leaves around here are turning, temperatures are cooling–sweater weather, I've missed you–and I'm picking out the scary movies and TV shows to keep me from sleeping all October long. There's a sequel to The Haunting of Hill House coming to Netflix, which promises to be a good time, and watching Elizabeth Moss get haunted by her boyfriend in The Invisible Man (HBO) is supposed to be frantic fun. And if the nightmares get too frequent, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (Netflix) is an easy antidote.

On the writing front, this month sees the first book in a planned trilogy, The Farthest Star. This one's a leap away from where I've played in the past, jumping to the far side of the galaxy and tangling up a mystery with plenty of action, adventure, and androids (the triple A of science fiction). It'll be at its launch pricing for a few more days yet on the ebook, and you can expect the whole trilogy to be completed by this time next year.

Next month, Davin Masters and The Wild Nines return in Rogue Bet, a galavanting good time as the crew gets themselves tangled up in a deadly war, high speed races, and frozen food. So, you know, the usual.

And the future? As things get wintery in the real world, I'm lining up a Thanksgiving sequel to Drop Zone and Helix Strike, with Sever Squad dealing with the consequences of their actions in fiery, explosive fashion. As they do.

That's about it for me - check out a blurb and the cover for The Farthest Star below, and a link for Paragon's Fall, which is free on Amazon this week!


The Farthest Star - new this week!

An android awakens on a vast ship sent far from Earth on a generations-long journey to preserve humanity's existence, and finds its creators gone. The last remaining digital fragments of the people that once guided the ship give the android a mission: find the last of us.

Follow Gamma's search to find Starship's future and past, and define his own in The Farthest Star, the first book in a new science fiction adventure, launching this week and available in ebook on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited, and in print everywhere.


Free this week on Amazon!

All his life, Aegis has defeated every villain he’s come across, one punch after another. He deserves a break, but when word spreads of a plot to destroy the Paragons, Aegis must don the suit one more time.

If you’re looking for an action-packed, character-driven adventure in a tech-drenched world, you’ve found it. Paragon’s Fall will suck you in and keep you turning the pages until the very end, so pick it up today and decide for yourself which side you’re on.