Yee-haw! Insurrection wins Best Gay Sci-Fi/Futuristic book in the 2016 Rainbow Awards, hosted by Elisa Rolle to benefit numerous LGBT charities!
Posts Tagged ‘Interscission Project’
My latest novel, Insurrection (The Interscission Project: Book 3) is now live and available for sale at Amazon and various online retailers!
I am a little … nervous, shall we say.
<flees into the night, wailing like a Banshee>
Azimuth (The Interscission Project #2) is a Finalist in the 2015 Rainbow Awards! Winners to be announced later today.
See http://reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/4759926.html for the full list of Finalists.
“All books submitted to the Rainbow Awards are assigned to 7 judges. Each judge rates the book 1 to 40. Final rate is the average of the previous 7 rates. Books with a final rate equal or above 30 out of possible 40 are Finalists.
Winners will be announced on December 7th, 6pm Eastern (December 8th at 12am UTC+1).”
Azimuth (The Interscission Project: Book 2) is now available for preorders at multiple online distributors! The final release date is July 1, 2015.
Howdy, all. It’s been a while since I’ve been significantly active. Sorry about that. Just didn’t have the motivation to write.
But I’m feeling much better now. 8^D
The Pact Arcanum webcomic adaptation continues with the help of artist Jayant Mall. New pages are posted at my second website http://pactarcanum.net, every Saturday morning at 8AM. Be sure and check it out. If you like it, consider leaving some feedback, or signing up to donate a couple of bucks my way. It might convince me that someone out there is actually reading it.
In any case, I am about 45,000 words (150 pages) into the sequel to Zenith, Book 1 of my time travel series The Interscission Project. The new book is tentatively entitled Azimuth (or possibly Declination, depending on the alignment of the planets the day you ask). I am aiming for a July 2015 release, but if all comes together earlier, I might jump the gun on that.
The Interscission Project itself is intended to run for 3 novels in total, and this will be the second. The short novella Nadir that was briefly published last year will be incorporated into the text of Azimuth. I’ve already written a basic outline for the third and final book, so I am as yet on track to wrap up the series by the end of the year, or early next year. More updates can be had on the Interscission Project page of my website (http://pactarcanum.com/WIP-Interscission) or my Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/interscission).
That is all. Please, talk amongst yourselves.
My latest book, Zenith (The Interscission Project: Book One) is available for free in a couple of venues:
A Goodreads giveaway for 5 print copies is now running for the next two weeks at: http://bit.ly/1sQuOBF
A free ebook can be downloaded for reviewers at StoryCartel.com for the next 9 days: http://bit.ly/1lxNILN
The Interscission Project is officially live, with the publication of Zenith (Book One)!
The book is available from most major electronic distributors. The Apple iBookstore and Print-on-Demand editions are still pending.
Grounded after a rescue attempt in Earth orbit goes bad, Commander Martin Atkins of the Confederation Navy is approached by the Interscission Project, a consortium of civilian corporations on the verge of perfecting the technology to travel to another star. Despite his misgivings, the chance to get back in the pilot’s seat is too much to pass up, and he convinces his best friend and crewmate, Charles Davenport, to leave the military temporarily and join him as part of the crew of the Zenith, humanity’s first starship.
Edward Harlen is a brilliant young engineer, and a key player in the construction of the Zenith to take advantage of the untested technology of foldspace drive. But Edward has his own agenda in joining the project, and a bitterly personal score to settle with his boss, Trevor Sutton, a vendetta of which Trevor is entirely ignorant. But when Edward’s sister Stella enters the picture and manages to secure a position on the project, all of Edward’s careful plotting is upset, and she might spell the downfall not only of his plans for revenge, but of the entire Zenith mission.
The spark of attraction between Edward and Martin is a complication that Edward can’t afford, but of which he can’t let go. For Edward knows the secret at the heart of the Interscission Project, the hidden potential of the technology that in the wrong hands could become the ultimate assassin’s weapon: the ability to rewrite history, not just once, but many times. As an unseen enemy moves to destroy them, and the body count multiplies in their wake, Martin and Edward must choose whether they will allow the possibility of love to challenge their destinies, or will they instead take up arms in a war to control the most ancient and terrible power in the universe.
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