So, here's what happened:
I wrote a novel.
Let that sink in.
Yes, the violently verbose vandal of verbiage has written a novel.
There's room, let it sink some more.
I actually wrote it between 2013 and 2015. If I met you in or around Denver, I think I may have mentioned it when I visited.
Mad props for the cover art are to be directed at the ossum Mishka Jaeger, who I know is registered here, but who's nick I cannot for the life of me recall.
What's it about:
You can read the blurb right here
A pair of social misfits find technology at their disposal that they can use for a novel and innovative form of bio-terrorism. Neither of them would mind getting back
at the world that has rejected them and, besides. If they don't, somebody else will, right?
While these two self-radicalise and perform inhuman experiments on the public, the World Health Organization's Pandemic Early Warning System throws a hissy. Worse, it's not even a micro-organism but appears to be a psychiatric disorder.
Cue Adam Johny. Professionally nondescript Whitehall official, he was stranded at the WHO Urgent Action Division mental-health unit. Now, he has to rely on his experience in institutional intrigue and shadowy-agency shit to work out whether the most terrifying plague is that. Or, worse, a much more terrifyinger terror-weapon.
As an introductory offer, it's priced at just $2.99. Apple iBooks will follow shortly. Because I seriously must travel across town to the only person I know who has a Mac system and can run their bizarre software without which nobody can upload no damn ebooks.
PM me if you think you deserve a free copy. Though a few initial sales and maybe reviews would be much, much appreciated.
Once the iBooks one works and I have at least a few sales and an review, I will begin spamming the sci-fi literature reviewers out there. So any traction will be doubly appreciated.
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If there were absolutely anything to be afraid of, don't you think I would have worn pants?
I said I have a big stick.