Figured you were up to something good! This does sound interesting and I look forward to reading it one day.
And more on the way... I hope.
How are you doing, Aaron?
Started to re-read Clone again yesterday and figured I'd check in. Glad to see you're putting something out; October seems so far away.I keep promoting the Clone series on social networks to this day -- hoping you continue to see some new sales and fans going forward.
Thank you. To steal from Star Wars, those Clone books now feel like they took place long ago in a galaxy far away.How are you doing?
Excellent! I've pre-ordered on Amazon. Can't wait.I'm up to Redemption on the re-reads at the moment, and really. REALLY enjoying them second time around.
You're a great friend, Dave. And I promise to call if I ever find myself in the Isle of Man.
Cheers, Steven, You are welcome here anytime.
I'm so happy to see you post! I have been a fan of yours since Republic and have owned almost every book on release day. You are by far one of, if not my favorite author! I'll be honest, after you went dark for a while I got a little worried. I even went as far as to find a cache of the original sadsamspalace to find any hint as to where you went. When the domain expired I feared the worst! It's great to see you're back and still writing! I still have a little hope for some future Wayson material :)
Thank you! That is very kind of you.I don't think we'll hear much from Harris. Graphic Audio was interested in further novels, but without a print publisher, I think Harris is laid to rest.I do have a new sci-fi trilogy I am working on, and also a historical horror novel. Do you like horror?And, again, thank you for the very kind post.
Oh wow, thanks for replying! I'll try not to be too much of a fanboy.I do enjoy reading some horror, I'll always be interested in what you're writing. I've always wanted to write you, so I guess I'll use this as my opportunity. Thank YOU for writing the clone series. It's something that was a staple for my life for years, and I can honestly tell you I've read Republic 20+ times. Even when I was in Army basic training I made sure my wife picked up a copy of Assassin for me the day it hit the shelves. I've bought the entire series in paperback twice (one was ruined in a flood) and I've even purchased a copy of each in digital so I could read them on deployment. I don't know how well Harris shapes up as a role model, but I'd say theres even some life lessons I've taken away from the series. Your writing will always have a place on my bookshelves Mr. Kent, I can't wait to read the next!
Cj, You are very kind. So you're Army. What's your MOS? I know it's a cliche, but I genuinely appreciate the men and women who sacrifice for this country. I really do. Thank you!And yes, within reason I always try to respond. Some great friendships have come through this much ignored blog.
I was a 68W Healthcare Specialist. Spent 3 years in an infantry unit as a "combat medic" then spent my last year in a medical unit on a chemical mission before getting out. Speinkled between the years I spent some of my spare time as an instructor for a few different medical courses. Now that I'm out of the military I work as a career fireman, which I think was always my goal.
You, sir, have an exciting life. When I was a kid, we had a renter who wanted to be a fireman and only a fireman. He never got the job as far as I know, and he would accept no other job so long as I knew him.You know, the life of a fireman might well lend itself to writing with its spells of waiting and its on/off schedule. Also, you will know danger and military life.
I wish it were half as exciting as it sounds! It's funny you mention that, I have always dabbled in writing short stories over the years. I never thought about how my work cycle might promote that mentality.
I dabbled in boxing when I was in high school. It's amazing how many times I have recycled that experience. You have a lot deeper well to draw from.
Pre ordered...Haven't been this excited for something new to read in quite a while...