The Last Day of Captain Lincoln
by Exo Books
Captain Lincoln is the retired commander of a highly advanced space ship slowly making its way towards a new planet. It’s a journey which will take generations, and the crew are custodians for the vessel and the advanced AI which runs it. Continue reading
The Mylean people have a problem; their planet is doomed due to a clash of galaxies. Fortunately, their most brilliant scientist, a being called Tanaka, has an audacious plan to save them. If they can’t move their population to a new world, then they’ll move the whole planet instead to a new star system.
Advance (Advanced Industries book 1) by K A Duggsy
Advance is pitched as a ‘dystopian romance’ novel, which is an interesting mashup of genres. I have to admit that while I’m fairly familiar with dark futures, romance is a genre I don’t usually dip into, outside the occasional Meg Ryan or Sandra Bullock comedy. So, did it work? Read on to find out!
To Make a Perfect World by John Wormser
To Make a Perfect World is a political thriller set in the near future. The world is on the edge of political collapse; a radical Rabbi in Israel wants to destroy his neighbours in a pre-emptive strike, while in Germany the far-right and well-funded activist Eric Dain is gaining support for his xenophobic agenda. Something has to be done to stop the world dissolving into chaos. Continue reading
Blank: Mind the gap by Matt Eaton
One of the advantages of travelling for work is that there’s a lot of hanging about at airports and hotels, which is great for catching up on some reading. As a result, I managed to blast through the excellent Blank: Mind the Gap in one day. Continue reading
Zombies on the Rock is set in the near future where corporations have bailed out Canada’s bankrupt Government, and as a result have a free rein to do what they want. With a top secret pharmaceutical site just a short drive away from the small town of Corner Brook, what can possibly go wrong?
Last weekend I ran a free promotion on my novel. Even more ridiculous than that, I paid two companies to help me give away even more than I could do myself.
Why would I do that, and what has it got to do with doves? Read on to find out! Continue reading