Sunday, October 27, 2013
This story was a bit slow on the start for me, and I was well into the third or fourth chapter before things started to pop. But once it did, the story did a fantastic job of pulling me along for a crazy ride through the author’s post-apocalyptic vision of Mora’s world. For example, the introduction of Mora’s powers initially seems awkward and contrived, but as her powers develop along with the story, they become an integral and entertaining part of Mora’s experiences.
The author does a great job of developing and introducing the characters and settings throughout the story, and manages to build a world that the reader can easily envision themselves in. Jeremiah is particularly well written, and conveys a subtle aura of menace and evil without being overly detailed in description.
Overall, this an interesting and entertaining take on the standard zombie story, with relatable characters struggling to survive in a harsh world. A well balanced mix of action, dialogue and backstory make this a must-read for any fan of sci-fi, and zombie lovers in particular!
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Dark Luminance with GMTA Publishing! The new release has an awesome new cover designed by Amber Rendon, which I think does a fantastic job of conveying the tone of the book. Beyond the new cover art, this release promises to expand Dark Luminance into other venues and formats including Barnes & Noble and paperback via Createspace on Amazon.
Stay tuned for upcoming information on blog tours as well as upcoming projects including my YA Urban Fantasy novel, a story in an upcoming SciFi Anthology, and of course, the sequel to Dark Luminance, Dark Nexus!
Thanks to all the fans that have read and enjoyed Dark Luminance so far! Mackland and the others have quite a bit more excitement in store for you soon!
Dark Luminance on Amazon
Dark Luminance on B&N