Thursday, October 10, 2013

Horn Tooting: The Candidate by JL Wolfe

Buy the book at SmashwordsAmazon, or Barnes & Noble!

I'm proud to announce the release of the first book in the Project Lion Series: The Candidate, by JL Wolfe. This book was a blast to edit, with witty dialogue and exciting action scenes. Please check it out, and leave some feedback! I'm looking forward to seeing (and hopefully editing!) the second book as soon as it's finished. Loved it, hope you do, too.

Here's the author's own description: Driven on by a need to locate and secure his wife and children, Alex Martell finds himself thoroughly unprepared as he becomes swept up in global conspiracies and the agendas of competing world powers. Selected and known as the Candidate, he is thrust back in time to the dawn of Western civilization in order to bear witness to a list of historical events. With time working against him as the Intersection Point closes in and determined to salvage his cherished, simple, safe, and sheltered family life, he must weave through history unnoticed and avoid losing himself in the process. Pick it up at Smashwords, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.


5 comments:

  1. Cool!

    It's always nice to see a project come through to completion, and I know the editing will be superb!

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    1. Aw, shucks, mister. Thanks! I've worked on a lot of books that go back to the author for revisions and simply disappear. I'm optimistic that many will see the light of publication some day and that those authors are truly taking their time making said revisions. With all the behind-the-scenes work an editor does, it really is satisfying when the curtain rises!

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  2. I enjoyed the author's description and Amazon's description. I am purchasing the book. I just wish my mandatory reading list wasn't so extensive.

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    1. It will never get any smaller, will it? Years ago, I somehow convinced myself that at some point I would be able to surge through the infinite reading list and "catch up," as it were.

      How foolish I was. The list grows exponentially, and I keep reading at the same speed.

      Oh, well, at least we're reading, right?

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    2. Thanks Andrew for posting this and thank you Khrystal for the interest--I hope you enjoy it! I would truly love to know your thoughts/projections and whether you had any suggestions for improvement. (I've been lurking, not sure on the proper etiquette and if I should respond or not....but decided it was best to chime in).

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