Today I have a New Release for you, Fight The Aliens which is book two of the Escape series, by my friend T. Jackson King. Tom has also given us the First Chapter to give us a taste of this great series.
Slave-taking Aliens invade the Solar system and attack Earth to teach humanity it cannot overthrow the millennia-old system of Buyers, Market worlds and Collector ships. Former SEAL Bill MacCarthy and Air Force captain Jane Yamaguchi lead America and the world in a fight against six invading Collector ships. But even with the help of two American subs and two small transports, their ship Blue Sky is badly outgunned. Can they win this fight? Or will they and all humans end up as slaves sold at the nearby Market world?
It’s hard to watch your wife argue with her boss. Especially if the boss is the Marine general…
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Something has gone terribly wrong on the campus of St. Aggie’s University.
Girls are waking up with unexplained injuries…or even disappearing altogether. For Olivia and her roommate Taylor, it seems as though some dark force hovers constantly over them, making them afraid even to sleep alone.
But for Ryan, the mystery is less important than trying to repair his damaged marriage to Olivia. Little does Ryan know that danger is poised to envelop them both.
Can Ryan and Olivia save their marriage; can they even save their lives?
The Lonely Sea and the Sands is a stand-alone novel, and can be enjoyed even if you haven’t read the previous books in the Star Sojourner series.
Jules Rammis – astrobiologist, adventurer, man of honor – with a talent for “getting into so many jams you might as well spread him on toast”, has really opened a Pandora’s Box this time.
The thing that was let out is the alien animal-plant Bristra, with a taste for humans and the skill to hunt them. Together with other enemies of Earth, this alien lifeform plots to conquer Earth. With the Alliance Forces out to protect Earth’s interstellar colonies, Jules will have to risk life…
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This week I was fortunate to be interviewed by David Alan Binder who asked all manner of questions and cajoled me to answer questions about when I started writing, tips for others, my favourite book, and questions I would most have liked to have been asked. Here’s the beginning of the interview. please click on the link below the interview if you’d like to find out more.
1. How do you pronounce your name?
Wire. Everyone pronounces it “wee–er” or spells it incorrectly. I should have married someone with a simple surname like Jones.
2. Where are you currently living?
I live on a very windy hill surrounded by fields in Staffordshire, UK.
3. When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
Although I liked writing stories at school it was during a lengthy spell in hospital that I discovered I had the ability to make people…
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Well, amidst a sea of tears over the devastating news that one of my all-time idols, David Bowie has died at the age of only 69, I will post this blog as planned as a little tribute to creativity for which David Bowie was such a master. RIP Davy Jones, we all love you and will feel your loss for the rest of our lives… (1947 – 2016) :( <3 xxxx
The silly season is over and 2016 beckons with the promise of yet more great books to read and new authors to discover. I hope in some small part that this series helps to spotlight some of these hidden gems. So, for the first interview of 2016 and the eighteenth outing of this series, we have a treat…author extraordinaire, AFE Smith.
Having watched so many fantastic interviewers (Tricia Drammeh and her Authors to Watch, AFE Smith (today’s interviewee!…
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