I’m recruiting paid beta readers for Four Seconds on the
Clock: College Freshmen, and forDid You
Ever See Allegro?
Four Seconds is the continuation of a coming-of-age tale,
about two gay teens overcoming severe trauma. It will be about 85,000 words,
and should be ready for beta reading in two or three weeks. If interested, let
me know and I’ll send you the first volume (free).
Allegro follows a 1969-1970 college garage band from forming
through recording to touring, to disbanding. About 80K words, ready in
September. It continues the stories of the six members’ lives after college. If
interested, send me a message. It is not necessary to know anything about
Chichton, who wrote Jurassic Park, State of Fear, Prey, the
Andromeda Strain and many others, had a lifetime mission of educating people about
complex systems through his books. Each of the ones I mentioned is primarily
about acting inside a complex system with inadequate respect for the
Topper, who wrote Book of Joe, This is Where I leave you,
Plan B and many others, writes social commentary as fiction. If there is a
single theme, it is that making judgements about people is fraught with
Tan writes in so many genres I lose track: science fiction,
horror, baseball, LGBT, music, and social commentary. She may be the best
wordsmith I’ve read. In particular, her web serial, Daron's Guitar Chronicles, is addictive.
Finding Closure, Book Three of the Finding Series, will go
on a Kindle Countdown Deal beginning on July 3, 2017. It will be $0.99 for the
third, and $1.99 on the fourth. On the fifth of July it will revert to its normal
price of $3.99.