Sunday, September 15, 2013

And Now A Word From Our Sponsors!

Greetings, Castaways.

I seem to have picked up some regular blog readers (who haven't signed on as followers yet, for some reason) from some really cool places recently, and I want to personally acknowledge them. So to our newer readers in China, Romania, Spain, Germany, Poland, Cyprus, Belgium and other unexpected places, I say, "Welcome, and thank you for viewing!"

In case you don't know it, I write novels, mainly thrillers and science fiction.  My debut novel Becoming NADIA won the EPIC Award for Best Thriller, so if you like a white-knuckle ride through the pages, feel free to check it out. You can read a free excerpt at:

https://museituppublishing.com/bookstore/index.php/museitup/mainstream/becoming-nadia-detail






Part Two of the series is another thriller with deep discussions of identity and relationship titled Unalive:

https://museituppublishing.com/bookstore/index.php/museitup/mainstream/unalive-detail





Of course, we wouldn't leave you hanging, would we? So we finish up the story of Nadia Velasquez with Book Three, Critical Mass:
https://museituppublishing.com/bookstore/index.php/museitup/mainstream/critical-mass-detail


How do you like that cover art? My artist is Delilah K. Stephans.

Now, the series at this point is technically complete. But there's just one loose end that we need to sew up, and that's the story of the origin of the Pinnacle's most dangerous secret agent Jenna Paine:

https://museituppublishing.com/bookstore/index.php/museitup/mainstream/lies-and-paine-detail


I had a lot of fun writing this series, and I think you'll enjoy reading it. It's getting a lot of great reviews from all over the place.

And now we return you to our regularly scheduled program, already in progress...




3 comments:

  1. And I loved every single one.

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  2. You're a wonderful writer, Cyrus, and I love your work. congratulations on all your awards. They are well deserved.

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  3. Thank you so much, ladies. For everyone who doesn't know, Heather's mysteries are highly rated in their own right, and Lin writes awesome work under L. J. Holmes. Check them out, and you won't be disappointed.

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