Book review: MYLEA, the journey begins (Mylean Universe Chronicles), by Philip Elrod

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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.

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Book review: To Make a Perfect World, by John Wormser

To Make a Perfect World by John Wormser

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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

In Vitro Lottery – deleted scene

In its first draft form, my book had a prologue about the origins of the Norwegian Death. Although it set the scene and provided some backstory, I eventually removed it because it wasn’t really connected with the rest of the story and delayed the introduction of the main characters.

I’ve cleaned it up around the edges a bit and you can find it below as a deleted scene extra. Enjoy!

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