Hello Happy Readers!
Alright, so the squeaky wheel does, indeed, get the grease! Dan supplied me with an e-arc (advanced reader copy) of book #5 since I was complaining about the cliffhanger in #4. I’m here to tell you that book #5, The Dragon and His Wrath, totally makes up for the hangy cliffs in Sacred Radiance!
Yes, I did say it was an e-arc. Don’t worry, though, you folks won’t have long to wait if you want to read it too. It will be released sometime this month (Oct 2021) per Dan, himself. So, if you are a slow reader, go ahead and get Sacred Radiance, and I’ll drop another blog post on Release Day for The Dragon & His Wrath.
Now, I don’t have a blurb to share on this one, but I did get a sneak-peak at the cover art. It is AMAZEBALLZ! It’s not finalized yet, though, which is actually why there’s a delay. It’s coming soon!
I won’t give spoilers, so I really can’t dive into details (for now, maybe in the follow on at release), but I can whole-heartedly give Paxton Locke series #5, The Dragon and His Wrath a full 5/5 star rating.
The three-D chess is on-point in the plot of this one. When there isn’t action, there intrigue being generated, or characters being developed in a way that make them as real as magic and mythos beings can be. They become real people, but with powers. The situations are tense, intense and full of action when the cork is popped!
There is not a single ‘slow’ spot in this book. I have not had a good page-turner in a while, but totally fits that bill and then some! If you are a follower/fan of this series, you are in for a major treat in this one. If you have yet to pick one up, trust me when I say: Go Get Fade! Heck, just get the Whole Series! Then pick this one up on Release Day!
That’s all for now! Later HAPPY READERS!
If Science Fiction Space Adventure is what you crave, then you should check out my anthology, Horizons Unlimited: Volume 1.
Matter conversion technology—Matt-Con—has broadened the scope of mankind’s existence. It has opened up the real possibility of viable colonies on other planets in our solar system, and even space itself. Anywhere matter can be captured or energy from the sun can be felt, the possibility of expanding human habitation exists.
In this volume:
Quicksilver (short story)
The space station Chariot of Helios—on its way to Mercury to become a power collection station for Earth’s growing need for energy to power matt-con tech—encounters a strange anomaly that threatens ship and crew.
Null Gravitas (short story)
New crew and new relationships form above the skies of Venus. A post-prequel to Escaping Aurora.
Escaping Aurora (novella)
The sudden destruction of mankind’s first atmospheric terraforming platform leaves three unlucky exonauts struggling to survive in the skies of Venus aboard a cobbled-together airship. Meanwhile, the commander of the space station above battles obstacles that might keep her from rescuing her stranded husband and crew in time.
If you like intrigue, humor and a bit of speculative technological supposition, you should pick up a copy of my technothriller-comedy eConscience Beta from Amazon today!
Peacekeeper Incorporated’s breakthrough nanotechnology could bring repeat offense crime to an end, freeing society from the need for criminal incarcerations. But first, they have to finish testing it. With funding on the line, and time to prove out the project getting short, the lead scientist must find a way speed things up. That’s unfortunate for his guinea pig, and anyone who would stand in his way.
Can the goal of ending most crime justify committing one… even a few?
And what happens when you conflate altruism with egotism?
Find out in eConscience Beta, where two lab techs and an uncouth petty criminal must outwit a brilliant but sociopathic scientist who’ll stop at nothing to establish his legacy as the man who ended crime.