As promised, here is the first of two year-end reviews of the two works I published in 2016.
We start with my first release, Guns & Dogs, a young-adult sci-fi thriller that debuted on June 21st. It was the first true young-adult novel I had written outside the Leopard King Saga universe and the first book in the American Legends Trilogy.
Guns & Dogs is a mash-up of various genres (with influences from Back To The Future, X-Files, and Men In Black )and written in the Universal Pen System. It features a teenage hero who is teamed up with an army veteran, and two highly-trained canines called Jessie & Studs, who are on the trail of two gun-loving teens that are part of a global conspiracy.
I’ve put my new YA/Science Fiction novel Guns And Dogs on sale for 99 cents. This promo runs through the end of June on all amazon retail websites worldwide. Click HERE to read a sample of Guns And Dogs.
Now that my YA novel Guns And Dogs is almost here, I wanted to ask everyone out there what type of dog they own. Or, if they could choose which type of dog to get, which breed would it be?
A few days ago I talked about the origins of Guns And Dogs regarding the current disease that has afflicted our society, which is the all-to-familiar shootings. Now I’d like to talk about the other half of Guns And Dogs, the better half, which involves dogs.
Dogs are such a precious gift to human society. They are our friends who only ask for love and companionship. Dogs are much-loved around the world. And it’s no secret that they’re called “Man’s Best Friend.” While some humans may disappoint us with their flippant actions, we can always count on our dogs to be there for us.
Which brings me to my next point. In Guns And Dogs we’ll meet a pair of Red Doberman Pinschers called Jessie and Studs who will play an important role in the story. Mark my words, the human protagonists will call on these brave canines to help them save the day. And it is my hope that every dog lover out there will have the chance to experience the value that they bring to the story.
Guns And Dogs is now available for Pre-order. Click HERE to purchase at the special discounted price.
As I stated in Part I of my end of year review 2015 was a relatively quiet year for me publishing-wise. I did however release a 2nd Audiobook, I, Mars, the sequel to Doctor Mars. It was also voiced by Elizabeth Phillips who made her debut in Doctor Mars as the voice of our Heroine Liberty Rise.
Took me over a month to get this project done. Was a struggle to get all the editing fixed so that the ebook and audiobook were exactly the same and free of typos and errors. But everything turned out well, and now it sits proudly next to its predecessor.
Happy to announce I’ve received the final draft ebook copy of Forever Mars from my formatter and it’s now in the hands of my beta-readers. After receiving their feedback I should have Forever Mars out before the end of 2015.
Keeping my fingers crossed.
Great news friends! I’ve submitted Forever Mars to my formatter and it should be ready for the beta-reading stage. Afterwards, depending on reader feedback it should be ready to roll for publication.
I hope everyone is as excited in this third entry of the Mindcop Dossiers series as I am. Stay tuned for more information.
Yesterday I completed the 2nd Draft of Forever Mars and submitted it to my editor. I hope to have it beta-read and released by the end of 2015.
Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
T.A. UNER is the Author of various novels and short stories. Please be sure to follow him on LeopardKingSaga.com and https://twitter.com/LeopardKingSaga, where he blogs regularly about writing and self-improvement. You can also subscribe to his blog posts and have them delivered directly to your e-mail inbox. If you do this he will dance on his hands.
Here’s the latest update on Guns And Dogs, my upcoming YA novel that all of you voted for in a poll last Summer. I’ve now passed the halfway mark and have been writing like crazy. The story is constantly evolving and I’m confident that it will be appreciated by lovers of Young Adult fiction.
More updates as they become available.
I wanted to give an update on Guns And Dogs, my upcoming YA adventure. Right now I’ve hit the quarter-mark in the manuscript. I’ve been cranking out 5000-7000 words per week in an attempt to get this book out by late-summer, early fall.
Thanks for your patience. If you’d like to learn more about Guns And Dogs, check out this link.