Indigo Guelph Signing Pics, 16 April 2022
The trilogy appeared on Kindle and iBooks a couple of weeks ago; the first three books in the series are now also on Kobo.
When I was a teenager, I read a lot of 1950s Science Fiction. It was the tail end of the “Golden Age of Science Fiction.” Asimov, Pohl, Heinlein, del Rey and more. I fell in love with the genre because of those books. They sparked my imagination and took me to fascinating locations in futuristic settings. The stakes were always huge. It’s those books that really taught me how important YA Science Fiction is. Readers get hooked on the genre early; it’s what happened to me.
Hello, I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be at Indigo Guelph on Saturday, April 16 to promote Fatal Depth and An Island of Light. See the exciting book trailers below!
On Sunday, I made the long voyage to Indigo/Chapters London North in London, Ontario for a book signing to promote my newest books, Fatal Depth and An Island of Light. I say this tongue in cheek, because the store is in the same city in which I live: London, Ontario. Usually I’m driving hours to a signing … this time, it was only twenty minutes. It was heaven.
It’s a strong writeup and the reviewer, Kelly Jensen, recognizes the contradiction in the book’s title. As the first line of the review states, it’s the darkest chapter yet. I’m very proud of this novel. At my recent book signing, I described it as a “gripping prison break … and the prison is underwater.” That phrase seemed to resonate with readers.
I’m thrilled to announce this to you today.
Developer: Naughty Dog
Console: PS4, PS5
Nathan: voiced by Nolan North
Sam: voiced by Troy Baker
Elena: voiced by Emily Rose
Sully: voiced by Richard McGonagle
Director: Bruce Staley, Neil Druckman
As is my character trait, I seem to review properties years after their initial release. I have a massive collection of books to read, movies to watch, and games to play, and I’m usually quite behind … but there’s good reason. The world needs escapism now more than ever before. I’ve needed it since my teen years, just to get through the stresses of life and the (sometimes) torture of being an INFJ. As a result, I seem to end up playing games years after they’ve first arrived on the market.