Yesterday, Rogers TV in London, Ontario began airing a spot featuring yours truly speaking about THE WAR BENEATH, my motivations, inspirations, and the meaning of the term “technothriller.” The interview is only 6 minutes long, but host Lynn M. Davis and I touched on a variety of subjects including Michael Crichton, kelp (!) and the single most important thing required in any commercial thriller. Can you guess what it is?
I will be at Chapters South London on Wellington Rd. in London, Ontario this Saturday, June 15 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM signing the book, chatting thrillers, science fiction, mystery, and horror, and giving away swag. I hope to see you there! Come and I’ll tell you my vision for what dangers are waiting for us in the oceans in the very near future.
Here’s the link to the interview.
Learn more about 2018 GLOBAL THRILLER Award winner THE WAR BENEATH at these links:
Radio Interview on THE WAR BENEATH & STAR WARS
On Colonizing the Seafloor
My Favorite Things Related to the Oceans
Interview on THE WAR BENEATH at The Qwillery
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Winner of the 2018 GLOBAL THRILLER Award for Action/Adventure & Semi-Finalist for the 2018 CLUE Award for Suspense/Thriller
“One very riveting, intelligent read!” — Readers’ Favorite
“If you like novels like The Hunt for Red October and Red Storm Rising,
you will certainly enjoy The War Beneath.” — A Thrill A Week
“If you’re here for thrills, the book will deliver.” — The Cambridge Geek
“This is a tense, gripping science fiction/thriller of which Tom Clancy might well be proud . . . When I say it is gripping, that is the simple truth.” — Ardath Mayhar
“… a thrill ride from beginning to end …” — SF Crowsnest
“… if you like Clancy and le Carré with a hint of Forsyth thrown in,
you’ll love The War Beneath.” — Colonel Jonathan P. Brazee (RET),
2017 Nebula Award & 2018 Dragon Award Finalist
“Fast-paced, good old-fashioned Cold War espionage … a great escape!” — The Minerva Reader