As summer heats up I’ve been hard at work… inside where the air conditioning is nice and cool, since even way up here on the mountain it’s been pretty warm (not quite Venus, but a long way from my near Martian norms).
I’ve JUST released the next Wings of Earth Novel: Hope Dies Hard and you can grab it now on Amazon.
I’ve also spent a lot of time rebuilding my website (EricMichaelCraig.com) and setting up a new blog.
If you head on over there, you can read a bit about the things I think about as I write my novels as well as keep up on the latest news (and other strangeness that goes on in my writer’s mind). Be sure to check it out and let me know what you think. There’s a link to get in touch with me directly on the new site, too.
Ducky worked hard on the stunning new banner image and all the book cover images. Make sure to send her some love, too!
Captain Ethan Walker is learning to accept the reality of his new life as a fugitive renegade. When an unexpected message arrives at their NuProvidence base, it plunges the crew of the Olympus Dawn into a dangerous showdown with a mysterious government group known only as The Management.
The merciless leader of this secret agency will stop at absolutely nothing to shut down Ethan and his followers. She’s willing to step well outside the law… even going as far as abducting innocent people to achieve her goals.
After The Management kidnaps their loved ones, she threatens Walker with an ultimatum: If you ever want to see your families again, you will surrender your ship and crew.
Left with no choice, Captain Walker knows their only hope is to risk the impossible to rescue their families.
Alone, they must break into Dziban, the most dangerous prison in all of known space.
And then, somehow, get back out.
You should grab the next exciting installment of Wings of Earth now and find out exactly why – Hope Dies Hard!
Welcome to the Madhouse is aptly titled. There is a lot going on in this book. S.E. Sasaki has captured the sense of always teetering on the edge of chaos that is the norm in just about any ER anywhere.
The story takes place on a medical space station that deals with the constant influx of critically damaged patients coming in from wars and dangerous jobs. The chaotic nature of the story does an excellent job of imparting that sense of urgency verging on madness.
On top of all that, there are egotistical doctors, people genetically spliced with various kinds of animals, androids learning about emotions, and a station AI with multiple personality issues. This all makes for a riotous read that is a lot of fun.