Saturday, March 17, 2012

New Science Fiction Adventure

I'm very happy to announce that Whatever Gods May Be is now published on Amazon/Kindle. It is a new science-fiction novel that spans a million years, give or take a century - from the time of Christ to a million years hence - on an Earth ravaged by plague, lingering radioactivity from a world war long forgotten, and populated by mutated vampires under the control of a monolithic bad ass called The Resistor. Into this madness of the future are thrust four accidental time travelers: two astronauts, a giant scorpion-like being called a Thelerick and Rizzdik Zolan - an anthropologist studying Earth from a planet 1,000 light years away. Their mission, if possible: Save Earth - and Mankind.

The book was written in 1983, when I was 24 years old, so holds a special place in my heart. Some may call it faith-based science fiction and stronger adherents to the genre will simply call it science fiction, with room for God-stuff to ponder. I thank you all in advance for taking a gander at Whatever Gods May Be. Remember, that no life lives forever, that dead men rise up never, and that even the weariest river... winds somewhere safe to sea.

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