Wednesday, October 2, 2013


Hello everyone.
While I cannot share with you a tidbit from the short story I am working on (although if you have read last week's Progress Report, I can tell you the spider is dead), nor anything from the manuscript I am proof/beta reading for my friend and writing buddy Nancy Hansen (it wouldn't be fair to her or her readers), I thought I would share something with you from ALPHA, BOOK 2: WAYWARD SON.

Now, for those of you who might have missed Book 1: Project Alpha (and you can still get a copy from either Amazon or Barnes and Noble) Book 2 continues the story; as our hero tries to figure out his place in the universe.

Art by Marc Guerrero
The cosmic wanderer floated above the strange new world before him in stunned silence. A blue-green orb teeming with life, this planet was vastly different from his former home, as alien to him as he would be to it.
In time, he allowed the gravity of this new sphere to pull him into its embrace. This action did not feel like a welcoming gesture, but at least it was not an outright rejection of his arrival. Summoning just enough energy to project a protective force shield against the friction of reentry, the man in the sky blue and white costume decided to let fate cast him where it may upon foreign shores, and see if it was possible to forge a new life here.

But where is Alpha? And what happens next?
Those and other questions will be answered when ALPHA, BOOK 2: WAYWARD SON is published next year.
For now, I'm going back to writing to fill in some more blank spaces.

See you around the internet!

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