The man sighed, almost swearing that his hair was turning grey before his comapnion's very eyes. What was one life compared to four hundred, maybe even seven billion. He closed his eyes and pressed the button.
There was the searing flash of light, until he felt himself slip into blissful darkness.
And the follow-up. Cure of the Dead has turned into an indirect sequel from the first story, Danger Too Close. Expect publication on Smashwords on 4/13/2013.
Kronnin is an in-development fantasy series that I will begin working on full-time once I am finished with the two standalone novels. One of the main plots is the ridding of the human kingdom of Amaria of the dragon menace by the mercany Seran, who finds that there may be more to him under the skin that he didn't know. More information to follow.
Cure of the Dead is the project that I am working on in my free time at school. It is a standalone novel of the beginning of the zombie apocalypse. Since there are plenty of novels about the zombie apocalypse but none about its backstory, I decided to make one. The blurb reads as follows:
"Dr. Mason Ustov believes that he may have just created the first viable treatment for cancer. But as reality sets in and the revelation of what it is reaches the public, Dr. Ustov finds that he may have bitten off more than he can chew."
Danger Too Close is the project that I am focusing most of my energy on. It is a standalone novel set in the Cold War at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis. The blurb reads as follows:
"After a devastating attempt to plant a hidden explosive in the Kremlin, CIA agent James Matthis is converted to a sleeper agent. After being recovered by the United States, his goal is to destroy the Soviet missile silos which have just launched a partly successful first strike. But can he recover from his brainwashing before it's too late?"