As usual on Fridays I have a guest author. I’ve met Brian Larson in one of the groups of authors I frequent, always enthusiastic, encouraging others, and an example to follow for all of those who think that dyslexia or specific learning difficulties makes a career as a writer impossible. I also thought bringing him here would be a treat for all science-fiction lovers, and also people who love series and the arch of development of characters and stories it allows.
First, a little bit about Brian:
I was born in June of 1959 in Seattle, Washington and lived in the town of Mount Lake Terrace. I grew up with two siblings, a brother and a sister. In school, I didn’t do very well and never excelled at much of anything, except my imagination and my love for reading. I was given the title “bookworm” in school because I always had my nose in a book.
And also, not in the same series:
Salvage-5 ( a techno thriller)
Colonel Tucker Petersen, retired five years from the military, is suddenly recalled to active duty and is put in charge of the Salvage-5 mining/recovery mission.
Four previous civilian salvage missions have gone missing from the Kirkwood Gap. Colonel Tucker, with his crew, set out to discover what went wrong with the Self-contained mining dredge, the Euna-1, at Asteroid 15 Eunomia…
…but what they find on their mission will change their lives forever.
Find out what discoveries are waiting for the crew of Salvage-5.
Ah, and Brian asked me to let you know that he is always updating his website and you can get access to his blog and news and offers, here:
Thank you so much to Brian for visiting, to all of you for reading and if you’ve enjoyed it, you know the drill, like, share, comment, and of course, pleased CLICK!