Hey everybody, Alive After Reading is back this week with an interview featuring Author and friend of the show, Drue Bernardi. We talk about his fiction, from disaster fiction to space marines and beyond. It’s a good time.
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Hello readers, gamers, and people who are interested in both.
I’m lacking experience in nonfiction suspense, so I’ll just get to it.
I’ve just rereleased my short book, originally entitled “The Mangrove Suite” under a new name, and will be relaunching the series over the next two weeks.
This series takes place in a post-apocalyptic future society where a caste of superhuman protectors is also the greatest threat to humanity’s survival. Our hero doesn’t fathom how deep the roots of the conspiracy go and keeps getting dragged in deeper as the story progresses.
I put a lot of big ideas into these books, but they’re all quick reads. If you enjoy the works of William Gibson or Richard K. Morgan but could use a dose of post-apocalyptic horror blended with the cyberpunk world this series is for you.
Book one “Memory Lost” is out now, so click the cover below if it sounds interesting. Book two “Mind Chase” drops this Friday, but is also available for preorder if you click the image below. Book three will come out early in August. Share and enjoy and thank you all for reading as well as listening!
I am facing quite a challenge today (To tackle as soon as I stop yawning every five seconds). Today is the first day of a new attempt at a work schedule. The schedule? Eight AM to Eleven AM will be writing time on weekdays.
Three hours. Three hours of writing all in a row.
That may not sound like a lot, but overall it means about 4000 words if I stick to it with enthusiasm and discipline.
I would love to do that many words, that much story, each day. I will love it, is how I should write that.
The work of a few hours a day will really add up fast. And my current project, the sequel to Hunter and Seed, really needs to get done.
In related news, I am editing a much longer book into a pair of smaller books now. We will see how difficult that gets, especially because I have to give priority to the sequel I mentioned above. My hopes for getting two series out this year are high.
But right now, it all feels a little mental, as the Brits might say.
Hence the title of this post.
My books can still be found on Amazon and elsewhere if anyone is interested.