Go and visit Mac’s blog (http://rmacwheeler.blogspot.com) where he posts his photography, or visit his home page (http://rmacwheeler.com) and peruse his titles…read an excerpt...and help him celebrate. Heck, you might find something you like and become a follower (like me). Mention this post and he’ll send you a mobi copy of Book 1 of the New Order Apocalypse series (which I’ve read and enjoyed).
About his 24th:
This third volume of the NEW ORDER APOCALYPSE series continues thirty-three years after an engineered plague shredded Earth's population.
Chloe and Ginna Lee must decide whether to continue Jason's dream to unite survivors, or concentrate on surviving. Chloe hasn't the tact to play ambassador, and Ginna Lee is more likely to take heads than spread good will. Promises little hope they can build an alliance, especially if peace hinges on a cure for Jihad. Meanwhile, the landscape they must cross still writhes with roamers and desperate clans.
Mac spins tales around rich, gritty characters with a lot of baggage, and puts them through a bit more grief than they can handle. His tone leans toward the sarcastic, passive aggressive. He writes speculative fiction, fantasy, SF, suspense, and paranormal with a twist.
Now I will say, not everything Mac writes appeals to me (I am a romance girl at heart, although he has a couple of paranormal ones that bear looking into), but New Order Apocalypse was his first book that caught my eye and I’m glad I gave it a try (you can see what I said about it HERE). I still need to read book 2 (which I thought had just come out, too). He’s writing too darn fast for me to catch up! Haha.
Tomorrow I leave for
, where I will be attending the Romantic Times
Booklovers Convention. If you happen to also be attending, I sure hope you’ll
look for me. I’ll be in Club RT on Thursday at 1:30 and on Friday at 2:00, as
well as the big book signing on Saturday. New
I’ll also be seen at the following Kensington events: Kensington’s Karmic Carnival (Thursday at 5:15-6:15pm); Pub Crawl at Pat O’Brien’s (Thursday at 6:30-8:30pm; although my actual “appearance time” is from 8:00-8:30). I’m sure I’ll be the one freaking out. At least they’re back-to-back, so my freaking out time will be limited. Thanks goodness! J
Anyway, I still plan on blogging while I’m there (I’ll have the use of a hot spot so I don’t have to pay the JW Marriott for Wi-Fi). However, I may not be commenting all that often (I still don’t own a smart phone). I’ll most likely be on line when I need a break from all the activity (conventions really drain this introvert!).
So… Do you feel energized or drained from big events? That will usually tell you whether you’re an extrovert or introvert (if you didn’t already know, that is!). I always thought my shyness told me that, but nope. Even extroverts can be shy. Came as a shock to me!
Have a good Monday!