Survival Machines

By Ste Sharp

The sequel to the sci-fi novel Darwin's Soldiers – John Greene and the allied army fight to discover how their mutations evolved.

Friday, 19 March 2021

Stay on target

Like young Luke - who was ecstatic to leave his desert planet, make new friends and discover new skills, only to discover he had to single-handedly destroy a metal moon - we have found ourselves facing our own evil empire this past year. An enemy which has delayed a great many things, including the publication of many books. But, like an energized antibody zooming in to attack a Coronavirus Death Star, we are nearly there! We just need to stay on target… stay on target!

But enough of the Star Wars nerdology! Spring is upon us. Trees are in leaf, absorbing sunlight, thickening their branches and trunks to grow the books of the future. Yes, books are stardust!

Okay, so I’ve had a strong coffee and I’m getting excited about the imminent release of Survival Machines – the cover looks amazing and I can’t wait for you to read this next instalment of the trilogy! Speaking of which, I have blown the dust off the third book – Origin Wars – which was left in stasis before the pandemic, in a half-written state. Lots to get my head around and plenty of work to do, but it’s going to be the biggest scale of all three books, which will be incredible.

Other books do exist though, so here are few new authors and titles looking for a long-term relationship with a single reader:

And if you haven’t ventured back to the 90’s in my whodunit adventure The Penguin Killer, it can be found here along with the sequel, Ready or Not, which came out at the beginning of the month. 

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