MY NEXT BOOK
Sequel to Dan’s War and The Next Day :
Welcome to the world of Genetically Modified Organisms: Food, Animals, and . . . HUMANS.
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Would you modify your daughter’s DNA to end war forever?
In the near future, a World Oil War leaves the Midwest in ruins, except for pristine GMO crops controlled by a monopoly, Ambrosia, and the Army, which savagely protects the crops from starving war survivors.
A genetic engineer, Rachel Anne Lane hates violence and war, and has protected her unusual 16-year-old daughter, Alexis, since birth. If Rachel modifies Alexis’s special DNA, she can end all wars forever.
But Alexis rebels against her mother, traveling to the desolate Midwest to help survivors. Her healing gaze cures Jeff Trotter, a PTSD-afflicted soldier who’s searching for his father, Dan Trotter. Alexis and Jeff fall in love, though he dislikes her reading his mind, fearing she will discover secrets.
Desperate for more oil, the Army will kill millions of Americans with lethal GMO foods Rachel mistakenly developed. They’ll use Jabril El Fahd, the worst kind of brutal, mutated terrorist, who wants revenge against Rachel for his years of torture.
Helped by CIA and Army friends, and computer geek, Dan Trotter, Rachel chases Jabril across a post-apocalyptic U.S., desperate to save Alexis, Jeff, and the U.S. But Jabril is always one step ahead.
Anodyne Eyes is a sequel to Dan’s War and The Next Day, with many of the same characters, though Jabril has a new twist!
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Brian, Thanks for visiting and your comments. I have in two minutes developed a real taste for your site, and will going back for more. The cake is very good. Can’t wait for the frosting. I’ve learned a lot about the self-publishing venue, and agree with many of your comments. It was a bit pricey, though I believe the product, Dan’s War, is excellent. Got a good editor, and the publisher, Telemachus Press, did a great job, both ebook and paperback. Since the paperback is POD, I don’t have to make “printing runs,” which is ideal–don’t pay anything for it.
I have not made a run at many publishers, more the agent game, and find your comments excellent. Will go for it–I hope the frosting.
Just poking around your site here and like what I see. It’s well laid out. I’ve recently downloaded Dan’s War and am just beginning to read it. So far, I’m enjoying it quite a bit. It’s just a matter of taking some free time to read, rather than write. I know I have to find a way to balance all that, along with work and family, too. Unfortunately, there always seems to be a surplus of hours in the “need” pile, and a deficit in the “have”.
Let me know if you want to talk more on audio (“podio-“) books. When you’re ready, I’ll be happy to share what I’m doing, and how I’m doing it.
Hey, Jeff, thanks for stopping. Hope you like Dan’s War. I know what you mean about time. My day job is getting in the way this week. Have a great one!