Blurb Versions: One Plot, Three Stories

  I'm offering Faces Of Janus free for a couple of weeks for sci-fi fans' summer reading enjoyment. (Grab it here or click the image below.) Writing the short descriptive blurb for the promotion was hard. (Hell, I took 60,000 words to tell the story and now you want it in 70 words?) You see, there …

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Janus Challenge: New Cover!

With a roll of the drums... Drrrrrrrrrrrrrrr....... BOOM! NEW COVER! I described my two newbie cover design mistakes in my previous post: genre-specific features and trilogy consistency. So let's move on. Spoiler warning, more confessions... I found the original "Janus Challenge" cover conveyed an optimistic wistfulness as the ship headed for the wormhole. I loved it. BUT... as …

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Catchup

Yes, I've been very quiet online recently. Family affairs kept me on the move between Luxembourg and UK for a month or more, while I worked on my final edits for "JANUS CHALLENGE", my second novel in the Janus Paradisi series. Expect more about "JANUS CHALLENGE" very soon. It's so hard to blog or write …

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Insights on a Launch

Interviews with Janus Security Corporation personnel Angel Flores : Executive Officer "I worked hard to get from a favela to the executive floor of JCorp tower. Huge office, wonderful view, penthouse suite... I had always aimed for the stars. It was just a metaphor, until one day... If I had stuck to my job and my affair with …

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Spooky Times

Well, that Brexit thing was a blast. Britain will pull out of the EU (European Union). To some, it's like Hawaii pulling out of the US of A. (It isn't.) And lots of lies on all sides, it seems. Gosh! Anti-establishment folk, politicians and urban elites telling lies? Unbelievable! Spooky times! And there's so much …

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So this is what 65 feels like?

I hit 65 last month. Let's try interviewing me. How does it feel? Well, pretty much the same as when I was younger. You know, 64, 63... It happened to me while I was in the UK, so I could celebrate my birthday with my mother for the first time in too many years. She …

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