That's right, folks. All four books at one low price--just $9.99. You can get your Kindle copy here.
Currently, all four Milligan Creek Series books are in the top 20 on Amazon.com's Canadian Literature's best-seller list, and two of them are in the top 10. That's pretty exciting. I'm also getting a lot of great reviews, including a rating of 4.8/5 on Up the Creek! after 40 reviews. If you've read any of the books in the series and haven't reviewed or rated them yet, please take a moment to do so on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, and Goodreads. Such reviews and ratings improve the search rankings, meanings more people will be exposed to the books. Thanks!
GEO is now available!
I'm very excited to announce the publication of GEO, a science-fiction story. Currently available in Kindle format. Soon to be available as a paperback. Here's a synopsis:
The inauguration of the world’s first space elevator is about to usher in a new era of cheap space travel, eliminating the need for rockets to reach Earth’s orbit. However, on the elevator’s first trip, the crawler stalls 22,236 miles up, which is precisely at GEO—geosynchronous equatorial orbit. No one understands what’s going on, but with the entire world watching, and a group of increasingly nervous VIPs trapped inside, pressure mounts to get the elevator moving as soon as possible. All hope rests on one man, Clarence Ackerman, creator of the proprietary diamond-thread cable that was the key to the space elevator’s inception. But even though Clarence might be able to save those stuck inside, whether he wants to do so is a completely different matter.
I've been a fan of science-fiction ever since I first read Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke. I still consider him to be one of the pre-eminent masters of the genre. I've always wanted to publish my own science-fiction book, and I'm about to do that. It's a novelette--not quite as long as a novella--and it's about a space elevator. That's all I'll say for now. Here's a sneak peek at the cover. Coming soon!
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