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January 20, 2019

The Akakies, a technologically advanced species also known as the "Galaxy's Pranksters", are under attack by the Xortaags, a military race bent on conquering the universe.
But Tarq, the Akakies' chief strategist and legendary prankster, has a plan.
Meanwhile on Earth, Jim - a wise-cracking, movie-quoting, OCD-suffering fighter pilot with an infuriating ability to take nothing seriously - is about to propose to his girlfriend Liz, when his childhood friend Kurt abruptly shows up at his house, covered in blood. Soon after, their lives are set on a crash course with a galactic war that threatens the very existence of the human race.
Can our heroes save humanity from the wrath of an overwhelming enemy?

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Who am I?

“Who am I? I am Spiderman.”
Well, not really, but this should tell you all you need to know about me and my writing style.
I’m a huge Marvel (plus Game of Thrones, Star Trek AND Star Wars) fan, which shows since my novel is loaded with pop culture references. If you are a sci-fi fan (I assume that you are, otherwise what are you doing here?) you will enjoy them tremendously. I even went full Deadpool in my first draft and broke the fourth wall multiple times, until my editor told it was distracting and kept taking her out of the moment. Shame. Those fourth-wall breaks were hilarious. Still, I can guarantee a few laugh-out-loud moments. Case in point: The “good” aliens in my novel are a race of pranksters, whose main goal in life is pulling other people’s legs (They have four legs, hence the slight change in the idiom). My favorite author is Jim Butcher (The Dresden Files), which is probably how I ended up writing in a first-person POV with the same light-hearted, funny tone as he does. The fact that my MC’s name is Jim is purely coincidental though.
I am a university/college level English teacher, and including Canada, I have lived and worked in five different countries. I have met people from all around the world. Plus, my parents are from a different background, and so is my wife. As a result, diversity has become a major theme in my novel. My characters look like the bridge crew from Star Trek. One of my female characters even impersonated Uhura once, albeit posthumously.
I hope you enjoy reading The Crimson Deathbringer as much as I enjoyed writing it.




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