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Monday, January 19, 2015

The Ascent + Let Nature Decide

Happy Monday, everybody. Just dropping in to announce two new releases today: Children of The Forgotten: The Ascent and  Let Nature Decide.


Children of The Forgotten: The Ascent

A military sci-fi serial.

The Vrilkist, an advanced alien race bent on galactic conquest and annihilation, has been eating away at the borders of The Imperial Confederation of Ertho—an empire already plagued by rebel and separatists factions—in an ongoing war.
The three front conflict has left the empire short on fighters and material while the Vrilkist, in contrast, appear to have unlimited resources and firepower. Desperate, the empire gathers everything it has to launch a last ditch assault on the enemy. Success will buy the empire time to regroup and restock; failure will mean the end of everything.
Cornelius Coleman, student, pugilist, loner, soon becomes a reluctant player within the larger scheme when he is conscripted to fight in the imperial forces. His journey will begin on Old Earth, but it will end very far away. 


And
Let Nature Decide

A sci-fi murder mystery

The prophecy laid out by Voltan’s Doomsday Algorithm has come to pass. A worldwide conflict has civilization plunging in a downward spiral.
As part of the organization known as The Network, the survivalist group, Voltan’s Survivors, head to an underground compound beneath the mountain known to them as Prometheus Mons. The plan is simple: shelter in safety, defend, reproduce, then resurface when all is safe again.
But just days into their survival plan, one of the Survivors is murdered. Suspicion is cast on all parties, and paranoia over a killer (or killers) loose in their midst immediately begins to gnaw away at the group. Then another of their own dies, and another. As their numbers dwindle, so does the pool of suspects.
It will be up to the innocent of the group to find and stop the killer (or killers), but everyone has a past, and sometimes those pasts lead to the end of others’ futures.
It’s nature’s way, and nature will decide the outcome in the end.


Hopefully one (or both) will make the rest of your week better.

Cheers!

JJS

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