I have heard and read that many people don't think that you are a real "author" because you self publish. How do you tell that to a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author?“Basically I am doing…Continue
Started Apr 18, 2013
I’m having a Left Brain – Right Brain moment. My first book is done which means that one side of my brain is jumping up and down.I have also uploaded it to Amazon and the other sites so my other side…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by HB Heinzer Dec 23, 2012.
Thanks to modern science you can now become a vampire.
Think, if you say yes you will never be sick again. You will also become stronger and faster than you were before. Because the transformation is due to a man made virus there are none of those nasty side effects of sunlight, holy water or crosses.
There are only a few minor catches the first is that vampires must get regular blood transfusions or the virus will eat the infected from the inside out. Another is that if you get the wrong strain of the virus you will not be transformed, instead you will will die a painful death. Finally a great number of people will no longer see you as human and will want you dead.
Now enter the action-adventure world of Plague of Vampires A world where fear and paranoia for both the clean and the infected has split the country. Where existing federal agencies have inadequate skills to contain the threat to public health. To deal with this threat Congress created The Centers for Disease Control Tactical Team, or CDCTT, to work with police across the country, helping separate fact from fiction when dealing with people who would exploit the disease for their own ends.
In this first stand alone adventure FBI Special Agent Andrew Taylor has pushed his way into the CDCTT but his teammates are not sure if he’s the right man for this job due to his due to his tragic history. The team must come together when a legal battle by divorced parents over infecting an eight year old to save him from terminal cancer becomes a flashpoint. To make the situation worst a madman, nicknamed ‘Zero’, the self appointed ‘King of the Vampires’ takes an interest in the trial. Is he there to disrupt the trial, or to advance his own dark agenda?
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Posted on June 3, 2013 at 12:41am
Warning there are some minor spoilers in this series of articles. If you like to be totally surprised with the book then you might want to read the book first and then come back to this later.
Posted on February 21, 2013 at 11:54pm
I have been fighting with Smashwords conversion software which they call "the meat-grinder". I can see why it got that name. It's hard to match the formatting that I have done with InDesign.
Posted on February 10, 2013 at 11:52pm
I had a very surreal moment this past weekend and just had to share it with everyone. My wife is a professional costumer and we both belong and help out with the Costumers Guild West organization (http://www.costumersguild.net )
There was a meeting this past weekend of the organization and as a new author I could not resist at the end of the meeting to announce to the group that my wife and I had written and published a novel. …Continue
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 12:44pm
Liz and I have both been sick for the past few weeks on and off which has put a major delay in getting the first book out. We will see if we can get it out before the start of December.
We have gotten good feedback from the cover.Continue
Posted on November 19, 2012 at 12:33am