Announcing ‘The Altars,’ Arriving September 1st.

Today is my 40th birthday.

For the last few years, I’ve done little to celebrate my birthday, aside from making a delicious vegan pizza and maybe watching one of my favorite movies.

This year is different, because today I’m telling the world about my upcoming novel.

So here it is.

The Altars is a science fiction adventure novel that takes place in present-day. But not too present. Don’t worry. It’s an escape.

Check out the first two chapters here.

From the back cover:

Dozens of flying saucers have landed all over the world. As UFO enthusiasts and selfie-seekers flock to the landing sites, Earth’s governments attempt to make contact, without success.

While the world waits for communication from the saucers, Wyck Phillips has a hunch their appearance may have something to do with the Altars, like the one his father brought home from the war.

To find out, he brings the Altar to tech journalist Sandra Park, who’s been tracking the mysterious, otherworldly devices her whole career. With the arrival of the flying saucers, she may finally get her answers.

But will anyone on Earth still be around to read her story?

If it were a movie, The Altars would be rated PG-13 (due to some language), so feel free to let the kids read it.

The Altars is scheduled for release on September 1st. It’s best to think of this date as flexible, though. It’s hard enough trying to release a book during these crazy times, and if things get crazier, I may need to hold off on the release. I hope not, because I’m already taking pre-orders.

The Altars will be available in paperback and as a Kindle book from Amazon, and will also be available to Kindle Unlimited subscribers. On release day, I will be sending out a brief email with purchase links to everyone on The List, so if you haven’t signed up, you should. I will, of course, make all that information available on my website, too.

You’re gonna love this book.


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