Midwest Book Review on An Island of Light
Diane Donovan at Midwest Book Review has reviewed my latest thriller, An Island of Light. Highlights of the review are below:
Greetings! This week, one of the great events of this author’s career occurred. It doesn’t happen often for most novelists. All the months and years …
It’s a Five Star review and is extremely positive. The reviewer states that this is their favorite of the four books in the series. A spoiler-free excerpt is below.
Here it is! I hope you enjoy. After you see it, please consider supporting me and buying a copy; Purchase links are here. Thank you to Fitzhenry & Whiteside for acquiring the series and publishing these novels. The trailer is below:
Exciting news to report for Fatal Depth. The book, a “Do Or Die Mission” that Fitzhenry & Whiteside released last May, has made the Long List for both of these awards.
I haven’t been able to do in-person signings due to Covid restrictions in Ontario, but we’ve now moved into reopening retail, and recently I was able to visit some stores and sign copies of my brand new Sci-Fi / TechnoThriller Fatal Depth, just out from Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Ltd.
Last Saturday evening, I watched via Zoom as The Savage Deeps achieved First in Category in the 2020 CYGNUS Awards. I want to express my gratitude to the judges, organizers, my readers, fans, family, and friends.
John Carpenter is my favorite director.
I think that’s pretty obvious if you’re familiar with my blog, Life After Gateway. My post “The Greatest Trifectas in Film History” made it clear that I believe him to be a visionary director whose massive appeal in the SF genre is on par with Cameron, Spielberg, and Abrams.
I’ve recently been re-reading some classic novels from my younger days, and I realized that some of their covers might now be considered iconic — some so notable that the movie marketing machines actually copied the book cover, further cementing the image in our minds. Here are some of those books.